9 3:personal setup-work calendar
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Personal > Setup > Work Calendar > Define Work Week
 Work Calendar Overview
The primary user of the working time calendar is the scheduling engine which needs it to distribute a person's work. The time sheet is just capturing how much that person worked and should not care if he or she worked more than they said they would in a day.
The default work week of the user is displayed on choosing the [Work Calendar] option under Personal Setup. All days of the week and the working and non working status for the days in the week are displayed. By default, Project.net assumes an individual works from 8:00 AM to noon, then from 1:00 until 5:00 PM on Monday through Friday. If someone uses an alternative work week, say, four ten-hour-days each week, he or she can define his or her custom work week.
 Project and Personal Work Time Calendar
A working time calendar (WTC) defines the working and non-working time for a project or an individual. Project WTCs are defined as part of a work plan's properties, an individual's as part of his or her Personal profile. The scheduling engine takes into account the applicable WTCs when figuring out when work can happen.
A WTC can define working time repeated each week (a work week), a range of non-work days (a vacation), or single non-work days (a holiday). A project WTC applies to the work plan and any resource assigned to it. If a project and a personal WTC exist, the scheduling engine applies the union of both.
|No resource assigned||A resource has been assigned|
|Project Task||Project WTC||Union of Project WTC and Profile WTC|
 To Define a Work Week
If the Default Work Week is not acceptable, then the user can define a work week based on the working and non-working days and time.
1. Go to the PERSONAL tab.
2. Click on the [Setup] option from the top menu bar.
3. Under Personal Setup in the SETUP page, click on the [Work Calendar] link. The WORK CALENDAR page with the Work Week based on the Default Calendar is displayed.
4. Click on the [Define Work Week] option under Toolbox.
5. In the page that opens, select the template based on which the Work Week is to be defined. The options on Template can be
Standard — Choosing the [Template] option on Standard defines the work week with the standard work days without the night shift timings. Any changes to the work timings if required can be made here. Click on [Submit] to save the defined work week.
Nightshift — Choosing the template option on Nightshift enables to define the work week with the night shift timings. Any changes to the work timings if required can be made here. Click on [Submit] to save the defined work week.
24 Hour - Choosing the template option on 24 Hour does not provide any restriction on the work time for the user. Working time on Day and Night shifts are acceptable. Any changes to the work timings if required can be made here.
6. Click on [Submit] to save the defined work week.
Work Week is now created and can be used as an acceptable Work Calendar for the user.
The created Work Time calendar is now displayed by default in the WORK CALENDAR page.
- Blogit - Selecting this allows the user to create a blog entry on Personal Work Calendar.
- Modify Work Week - Selecting this opens to the Work Week Edit page to make the required modifications in the Work Week created.
- Use Default Week - Choose this option to retain the default week.