Determines when the associated task appears in the operator round. For example, when tasks only need to be completed on certain days in a week or dates in a month, they can be scheduled to only appear in the operator round when they need to be completed. Multiple schedules can be applied to a task.
Schedule examples are given on the Schedule Examples tab. Here are some examples:
If the task only needs to be completed on Tuesdays, the schedule can be configured as TU. The task will only appear in the operator round on Tuesdays.
If the task only needs to be completed on the last Friday of each month, the schedule can be configured as -1FR. The task will only appear in the operator round on the last Friday of every month.
If the task only needs to be completed on particular dates, the schedule can be configured as 7,14,21,28. The task will only appear in the operator round on the 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th of every month.
A schedule column can't have a week day (TU - all Tuesdays) and a positional weekday (-1FR - last Friday of a month) configured for the same task. When a task needs to be scheduled on a particular weekday and positional weekday, create another schedules column so each column has a single schedule type.
For example, a task needs to be scheduled on MO, WE, 4FR, 5SA, SU. These schedules are different types so they can’t be configured in the same schedule column. If they’re in the same schedule column, the task will always appear in the operator round. To achieve the intended schedule, separate the different schedule types into their own schedule column – one column for the weekdays and another for the positional weekdays.
Schedule1: MO, WE, SU
Schedule2: 4FR, 5SA
Allows you to apply more than one schedule to a task. Multiple schedule columns can be added as Schedule[n].