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Types of schedules

These are the different types of schedules that can be in the company. There are days that are holidays and you do not have to work, there are days that are weekend and you do not have to work, days with tomorrow time, days with afternoon hours, etc.

GesFicher allows you to define the different types of schedules, assigning them different colors so that you can easily identify each workday. In the calendar option you can indicate for each day the type of time that corresponds to it.

Users with admin permission will be able to manage the types of schedules.

On the main screen of maintaining time types you can register types of schedules and search for some existing type to modify or delete it.


Indicates the configuration data of the time type:

  • Name: Name to identify the type of schedule (Festive, Weekend, Morning shift, Full day, etc.).
  • Active: Indicates whether the time type is active or not, so that it can be used in calendars.
  • Background color: Indicates the background color with which it is displayed in the calendar.
  • Color: Indicates the color of the text with which it is displayed in the calendar.
  • No. hours and no. minutes: Indicates the schedule to work on this schedule. For example on holidays it should be 0, in tomorrow's shift schedule for example 5 hours and 30 minutes, in full-day hours for example 7 hours.
  • Hours range 1 and 2: If a day is split in 2 turns, for example on the same day you must make a morning and afternoon schedule, identify the data of the 2 turns. If the day is made in a single time range, you must specify range 1 and leave range 2 empty.
    • Entry Time: Normal time of entry into the time range. For example 09:00
    • Margin before: Time at which you allow entry by counting hours worked before the normal check-in time. For example, if 08:45 is indicated, entering work before 08:45 would not count the schedule until 08:45.
    • Margin after: Time at which you are allowed to enter after normal hours without generating any alerts for being late for work. For example: 09:15.
    • Out time: Normal departure time in the time range. For example 14:00.
    • Margin before: The time at which you allow to leave before normal hours without generating any alerts for leaving work early. For example: 13:45.
    • Margin after: Time after the normal departure time to which it is counted as worked. For example, if 14:15 is indicated, it only tells you how worked until that time.
    • Break: Number of minutes of rest. If you sign an output in the time range and it takes less than minutes off to return to work, it tells you all that time as worked. If it takes longer than indicated as a break, the time spent will not count as worked and you must recover it.
  • Hours range 2: It should only be indicated if the day is split in 2 hour ranges.