❏ My Calendar Screen

The My Calendar screen displays, from left to right, a list of issues, a weekly calendar, and a list of activities.
Planned work is logged from the current date onward, while actual work is recorded for past dates.
Planned work is converted to actual work done after its date passes.
You can also edit actual work for past dates.
Actual work is displayed with a thick border.

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  1. You can place three types of items in the calendar:"Issue" "Project activities", and "Project-unrelated activities".

  2. Any spent times recorded using Redmine's standard functions will not appear in Time Management.

  3. Issue:Selecting a project in the left pane allows you to drag-and-drop an issue to place it in the calendar.

  4. Project activities:The blue panels listed in the right pane are project activities.
    You can drag-and-drop them to place them in the calendar.
    "Project activities" is the same as the standard Redmine function "Activities".
    You can set the "Project activities" for each project. Only a system administrator can create new activities.
    You must have the "Manage project activities" permission to set activities for each project.

  5. Project-unrelated activities: The gray panels listed in the right pane are project-unrelated activities.
    You can drag-and-drop them to place them in the calendar.
    "Project-unrelated activities" can be edited under Administration > Enumerations.
    "Project-unrelated activities" are shared across all projects.
    Only a system administrator can create new activities.

  6. "Project-unrelated activities" cannot be placed on top of "Issues".

❏ Selecting Projects

When you change projects, the "Issues" list and "Project activities" list will also change.
The "My Tasks" pane at the top left of the screen displays your issues with a period (start date – due date) which is wholly or partially included in the displayed calendar period. The "Tasks" pane in the bottom left shows by default the issue list for the last displayed project. You can select another project for display.

  1. Click the filter icon to the right of "Tasks"

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  1. Click any project from the displayed list of projects.

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❏ Placing Issues

After placing an "Issue", you can drag its edges freely to set its man-hours.

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  1. Drag-and-Drop:
    You can drag-and-drop an "Issue" to place it.

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  1. Automatic Placement of Planned Work:
    You can automatically place any issues which have planned work during the displayed calendar period.

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❏ Placing Project activities

You can drag-and-drop "Project activities" to place them in the calendar.
You can also drag-and-drop a "Project activities" onto an "Issue" in order to link them.

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You can assign several "Project activities" to a single "Issue".

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(1)… Drag the edges freely to set the project activity for the issue.  
(2)… You can assign several project activities to a single issue.  

Past "Project activities" are recorded in Redmine as spent times.
Standalone "Issues" which have no project activities associated with them are not recorded as spent times.

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❏ Placing Project-unrelated activities

The placement method is the same as for "Project activities".
"Project-unrelated activities" cannot be placed onto issues because they are not associated with any project.

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❏ Changing the Display Week

Clicking the calendar icon will display a calendar, from which you can select any week you would like to display.

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❏ Changing the Calendar Time Units

Clicking on the numbers to the right of the Daily and Weekly calendar icons allows you to cycle through different time units for the calendar display (15, 30, 60 minute units).

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