Scheduled Horizon Misunderstanding

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Written by Geson Perry

March 18, 2024

March 18, 2024

The Scheduled Horizon in the labor cockpit is a common source of confusion. It’s important to understand that adjusting the Scheduled Horizon does not affect the import of hours from your TimeKeeping System (TKS).

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​The Scheduled Horizon setting is mainly used to determine how many days into the future you can see in your cockpit. It does not control or extend the number of days for which data is imported from your TKS . If you’re not seeing the expected data in your cockpit, it’s likely an issue with the TKS data or the mapping settings, not the Scheduled Horizon.

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