When you configure a schedule that controls events in a single part of a building, you might also want the same events to occur in other areas of the building. You can establish a lead and shadow relationship to synchronize the events in schedules and dates in calendars.
You configure a schedule as a shadow to synchronize it with a schedule that already contains all weekly events and exception events.
You configure a calendar as a shadow to synchronize it with a calendar that already contains all exception dates, date ranges, or calculated dates, such as a holiday calendar.
An analog schedule controls a device that gauges the output in real numbers. The real numbers include positive or negative numbers, fractions, and decimal values.
A schedule has a color code so you can identify weekly events and exception events at a glance. This color code can assist you when you are modifying your schedule or trying to troubleshoot any problems.
You edit a schedule event time span when you need to shorten or lengthen the time span of the event.
You edit the grid time interval for the shedule view to define how precis you can be when editing the time span of a schedule event using the drag and drop method.
Use the Snap To menu to edit the grid time interval for the shedule view to define how precis you can be when editing the time span of a schedule event using the drag and drop method in the Advanced Schedule Editor. The default time interval is 15 minutes.