Edit your Schedule to keep track of the work you need to get done and the work you have done. Quickly and easily edit your Accelo Schedule, and turn your entries into billable hours on your schedule and timesheets in your account.
Using this guide, you can:
Understand how to use your Schedule in order to see what work needs to be completed each day, how much work you have scheduled for each day, and schedule work to be completed in the next week or in the future.
The Calendar at the top of My Schedule is the best way to see the work you've done in the past week and the work you have coming up.
The default view displays your past 8 days and the next 15 days.
To adjust the date range of the Calendar:
View details of your daily schedule to see what you have scheduled to ensure that you get all of your work done.
To view the details of what is scheduled on a given day, click on the bar for the day you want to view.
Your Schedule will be populated by automatically schedule Tasks, Tasks you have accepted after they were assigned to you, and External Appointments. Accelo will automatically suggest tasks for you to work on based on their due dates. Edit these Tasks in your Schedule to ensure that your daily Schedule is accurate and nothing is missed.
Note: You cannot edit tasks that are overdue.
To edit the scheduled tasks on a particular day:
To edit the time on a task:
To remove a task from your daily schedule:
When you are done editing your daily schedule, click Save Changes to finish. Your schedule will re-draw itself.
Edit a Task from your Schedule Work List before you add it to your Schedule to ensure that it is accurate. Hover over a task to see the options.
Control how to spend your time by committing time to your schedule. Choose which task to work on each day in order to prioritize important projects and tickets.
Drag a task from your Schedule work list into a day in the graph to manually schedule some time to work on that task. Enter in the amount of time you would like to schedule to work on that Task to make a committed estimate.
Note: If you schedule more time than is available to complete a Task, then you will increase the time remaining on the task.