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The section contains the settings of the Calendar section:


Week starts on: Allows to select the start of the working week from the drop-down menu (Saturday, Sunday, or Monday).

Display Saturday and Sunday:Allows you to display the working week in the calendar, showing/hiding weekends. If Saturday or Sunday is selected as the start of the week, the Display Saturday and Sunday flag will be automatically hidden.

Mark Saturday and Sunday: Allows you to highlight Saturdays and Sundays in a different color in the calendar. The Mark Saturday and Sunday flag is displayed only when the Display Saturday and Sunday flag is set.

Week number: Allows to display the number of the current week in the calendar.

Working hours: Allows you to highlight working hours in the calendar. When the Display week number flag is set, fields for entering the start and end times of the working day are displayed. The time should be selected from drop-down lists.

Timezone: Allows you to select the desired timezone manually. The timezone selection field is not displayed if the Automatically detect timezone check box is selected.

Show by default: Allows to select the type of calendar display (day, week, month).

Buffer time: Allows you to set the interval between events.


To save the settings after changing the settings, click the Save button at the bottom of the Calendar settings pane.

Set the buffer time

The buffer time (the break between events to which the user is invited) is displayed in the event Schedule as busy time. The break is added to the time of the event in the user's Schedule, while only the real time of the event is reflected in the calendar, without information that the user has set a buffer time for themselves.

To set a break between events, during which the user cannot be invited to the next event, do the following:

1.Select the set the interval check box.


2.Select an interval from the drop-down list.

3.Click the Save button at the bottom of the Calendar settings pane.



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