A user’s calendar

Profil > Calendar

General presentation

The calendar is a summary of all the tasks to which a user is assigned. It comes in a monthly format, with the tasks positioned on the days.

Modification of a task

Click on a task in your calendar to have access to the details of the task: you can modify it and add content.

Calendar viewing parameters

You can move around the calendar using the calendar icon at the top left.

At the very top right of the calendar, there is another calendar image that allows you to show or hide weekends.

For the rest of the display options, you can also, by checking or unchecking at the top right:

  • show or hide assigned tasks;
  • show or hide planned times;
  • display or hide the completed times.

Vizualisation of the workload

If working time is planned for the completion of a task, this workload will materialize in the calendar in the form of a pictogram showing the occupied time, in green, and the available time, in gray. This pictogram contains the percentage of time allocated (eg 1 day = 100%). If the person concerned is overworked for a day, the pictogram turns red to attract your attention.

We find the total time allocated in the form of a pictogram at the level of the day, week and month. This allows you to know whether the concerned person still has time available, or conversely if they are overloaded.

Non accesible tasks

If you look at the calendar of another Beesbusy user (not yours), you will see “tasks not accessible” appear, which materialize the tasks of a project to which you do not have access because it is not shared with you. These spots are gray in color.

If you participate in a project for which you are not an administrator, and the member whose calendar you are looking at is positioned on confidential tasks in which you do not participate, these confidential tasks will also appear under the name of “task not accessible”, but they will be the color of the project.

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