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we have design 3 shifts in my business - could you tell me how to design it in PSA with shift_1: 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM, and shift_2: 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM and shift_3: 7:00PM - 2:00 AM.
Tks in advance.
Is this more a resourcing related issue than a project planning issue? What comes to mind is creating Booking Rules to enforce shift times that are pulled from Time Window Start and Time Window End on Resource Requirement.
Thomas Dayman has experience with Booking Rules so I'm tagging him here. Thomas do you think this would work and how would you approach this?
Hi Dai, you can also set up 3 different work hours templates: one for each shift and then assign templates to relevant resources.
Thanks for your reply. I got a result for this issue
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