Assign Holidays in Visual Doors

Assign Holidays in Visual Doors

Holiday Assignment

Once Holidays have been setup, they can be assigned to Time Schedules. For example, you may have a schedule that automatically unlocks certain doors during the day. When you enable 'Type 1' holidays (HT1) on that schedule, any holiday which is set to type 1 will de-activate the time schedule on the defined holiday date.

  1. From the home screen, click on Time Schedules
  2. Locate and select the appropriate schedule (in this case, the schedule which automatically unlocks certain doors during the working week).

    Selected Schedule

  3. To the right-hand side of the schedule settings you will see HT1, HT2, HT3, HT4 - These are the 4 available holiday 'Types'. If your holiday is setup as Type 1 you should place a check mark in HT1, then save.
  4. This schedule will now not activate on any holiday that is set as Type 1.

    Enable Type 1
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