This tutorial covers the basic settings related to the calculation of your projects programme.
You can find all settings and features described below in the Project Settings. To access them, please click on the icon in the top right corner of the navigation menu. Note that the icon will only show if you have sufficient rights in the project.
Project calendar and timezone
The Project Calendar requires some basic input like working days and time in your project. Also, you have to define a project timezone. If your project takes place in multiple timezones we recommend selecting where the project is being planned and controlled or where most activities will be executed.
Non-working days (e.g. bank holidays)
Below the Project Calendar, you can define non-working days. You should enter all days on which your project team will not perform any work (e.g. bank holidays). After defining non-working days, work will not be scheduled during those days. Please note, reoccurring non-working days have to be added separately for each year included in the project run-time.
Project start- and due date
While creating the project in the first place, you will be asked to enter a start and due date for it. These dates can be changed in the Project Settings at any time. These dates will be used to evaluate your projects schedule as well as if it is running on time or not.
These are all the basic settings that you can configure while creating a Sablono project. Now, your project should be ready for automated scheduling.