Before you begin
Plans: Basic, Professional, and Enterprise
Permissions: Access to Calendar Beta
When you navigate to a week in Calendar Beta, each user's assigned hours are displayed below their name:
This is the number of estimated hours in work orders assigned directly to that user in the week you're currently viewing in the calendar. In other words, a user's assigned hours do not include:
Hours from work orders with more than one assignee. When a work order has multiple assignees, the calendar can't accurately attribute the hours to each assigned user. These work orders are displayed with a lock icon because they cannot be edited in the calendar.
Note: The lock icon isn't displayed to users who don't have edit permissions because those users can't edit any work orders, regardless of how many assignees they have. This means that users with view-only access won't be able to tell which work orders contribute to a user's assigned hours.
- Work orders that aren't displayed in the calendar. If a work order has neither a suggested start date nor a suggested completion date, it won't be displayed in the calendar. As a result, any estimated hours for this work order won't be included in a user's assigned hours.
- If you've applied any filters, a user's assigned hours are updated to show only the hours from the work orders included in the filter. For example, if you filter the calendar to display only high-priority work orders, each user's assigned hours will only include the high-priority work orders they're assigned.
- In cases where a work order spans 2 weeks, its estimated hours will be displayed in the user's assigned hours for both weeks the work order is displayed in.