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Configuring Trafft

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Office Hours & Days Off

Office Hours

In Trafft’s General Settings, you can configure your Office Hours. By default, they are set from 09:00 – 17:00, Monday – Friday but you can, of course, change them.


You can freely play around with the hours, so you can split them into several periods, apply them to All Days, or All Business Days, remove some specific days, and so on.

For example, if your business works from 08:00 – 12:00, then there’s a break until 14:00, you can create two periods so the time in between those periods can’t be booked, as shown in the screenshot below.


When doing this, please note that you can’t create a period that begins before the first period. So, in the example above, if we wanted to add another working period before 08:00, we would actually need to edit the period that starts at 08:00 and move it to 07:00 or 06:00.

Office Hours will be applied to every new employee you create, but if you already have employees for which you modified Working Hours, changing the office hours will offer you three options:

  1. To update the working hours for all employees;
  2. To update the working hours only for employees that use Global Working Hours (Office Hours);
  3. To not update the working hours of your employees.

Days Off

Days Off can’t be configured for the whole company, but only for each individual employee.

In order to add days off to your employees, you need to access the Employees section and edit one of your employees. Click on the Days Off section in the left side menu when you edit the employee, and then click on “+ Add Day Off” in the top right corner:


The Days off can be used for multiple purposes – when your employees need to go to a doctor’s appointment, when they need to open a sick leave, if you have yearly days off around New Year, and so on.

In the provided example, we’ve configured Days Off for the employee between December 30th and January 2nd, and we set them to be recurring yearly for the next 20 years.


Please Note: Days Off will override your employee’s Working Hours and Special Days if you configured them.

Have more questions?

If you face an issue, and cannot find an answer in the documentation, feel free to submit a support ticket!