Customize Visible Hours in WebScheduler

One of the feature request we often received in the past is the ability to specify the visible hours in Day, Week, and Split views. By default, the hours in these views start from 00:00 to 23:59. You can now customize the visible hours to start and end at specific hours.

To customize the visible hours, simply specify the visible start hour using ViewSettings >> VisibleStartTime property and visible end hour using ViewSettings >> VisibleEndTime property. These configurations are applied globally, means Day, Week, and Split view will use the same visible hours.

The following screenshot shows scheduler that starts from 9 AM and ends at 7 PM. Note that work week styles are still applied at the specified hours.

visible hours

<ViewSettings SelectedViewMode="Week" SelectedDate="03/11/2008 10:00:00" 
   VisibleStartTime="t0900"VisibleEndTime="t1900">
</ViewSettings>

 

Event rendering will be adjusted according to these settings. For example: the visible start time is set to 09:00 AM and visible end time is set to 07:00 PM. All events that fall within the date range will be rendered. Any events that start at 08:00 AM and ends at 10:00 AM will be rendered from 09:00 AM to 10:00 AM following the visible start time. The original duration of that event will not be altered; it can still be seen from the detail callout.

visible hours_event

The total of events that occur in a date is displayed as the tooltip of the date in the calendar area. When there is only one event that occurs in the specified date, the title of the event is displayed as the tooltip. When custom visible hours are specified, some events might not be included in the hour area. Although some events are hidden, users can still see the total of all events that occurs in the date in the tooltip of the date in the calendar area.

visible hours_calendar

If you have any feedback regarding this feature or you think this feature could be further enhanced, feel free to drop your comments or post your opinion in our forum. We’d be glad to hear them. Happy scheduling, everyone!

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