Whether you need to switch Time Policies for a couple of working Saturdays or you want to plan out a detailed workweek, the Schedule is the place to do it.

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The Schedule is a new view under Calendar in the main menu. Any administrator level user with access to the Calendar and permissions for Adjustments can use it.

You can select days by clicking on them, clicking and dragging for multiselect, or by control clicking for more precise selection. Think of how you select cells in Excel or Google Sheets - the logic is about the same.

Every time a day is selected, a small blue action bar comes in from the bottom.

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Placing Time Policies

You can place Time Policies on selected days from the action bar. Also, note you can change the color of Time Policies under Settings >>Time Policies and add descriptions to them.

When you replace a Time Policy, it gets a little "pin" icon letting you know it's there to stay. This is the Time Policy that will be used no matter what.

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Reverting back

If you want to remove a pinned policy, simply select the day(s) and choose delete from the action bar. All Hours will revert back to whatever was set for that day, be it global time rules or some other policy.

Absences

If an approved absence exists on some days, this is shown instead of the Time Policy. You can switch to the Detailed view to show both at once. While the Tiled view gives you a more zoomed-out picture.

**You can easily find absences and match them with the correct Time Policy by using the Detailed view. **This way you can make sure employees get their full 8 hours into their absence.

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What is shown

All Hours calculates Time Policies till the end of next month. If a Time Policy cannot be calculated because it will only be assigned after some special conditions are met (like an employee arriving at a certain time), the day will be shown as blank. For days with no Time Policies where Global time rules are used, these will be displayed instead.

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