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Weekends and Non-Working Hours

Hide or shade weekends, weekdays, or non-working hours.

OnePager 6.1 supports the ability to shade weekends, weekdays, or non-working hours so that it is easy to tell when work is taking place and when it isn't. You can also hide these non-working times from the time axis completely, so that only weekdays or working times are shown.

Weekends and Weekdays

Start by going to Home > Project View Properties > Time Axis > Format. You will see a set of seven checkboxes--one for each day of the week. To shade a specific day, simply pick a color. In this example, we can shade Saturdays and Sundays in gray:

Shade weekends

After clicking OK, weekends appear in gray:

Shade weekends

If you prefer to eliminate weekends altogether, uncheck the box next to the day of the week, which will hide all of those days from the time axis:

Hide weekends

After clicking OK, weekends will disappear completely:

Hide weekends

Non-Working Hours

The same basic concepts of shading and hiding apply to working hours as well. To get started, go to Home > Project View Properties > Time Axis > Format and then click on the Define Working Hours button:

Hide or Shade non-working hours

Upon clicking the button, you can Ctrl+Left-Click to select your working days on the left, and then define working times for those days on the right. By default, OnePager defines a work week as Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., so if this is consistent with your regular work day, you don't need to change anything here:

Define working hours

Once working times are correctly defined, you can shade them a specific color, as we've done with gray here. Non-working time is gray, and working hours remain white:

Shaded non-working hours

You can also hide non-working time completely be unchecking the Show Non-Working Hours box:

Hidden non-working hours