Create a schedule for every few minutes but only on a specific day of week

aviad lich shared this idea 9 months ago
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I want to create the following rule:

On Sunday

Every 15 minutes

Between the hours of 1200am - 800am

Do some action


I can easily do a repeat interval, that will trigger only on a specific time frame

But cannot find a way to limit this to a specific date

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Scheduler in rules can perform that action.

Yes can select a specific day...

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Right, but then i couldnt not find a way to control by hour

And if i do by hour, then i could not control the day

If one can share a screenshot, that would be great

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I will look into it tomorrow.

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And if you try this..? firts the days(weekly) and then the minutes?

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Most people want to know the single best way to schedule their day for maximum productivity, and there are numerous articles and books that claim to know the "perfect schedule." But the reality is, there is no perfect method for everyone. Because we all have particular strengths and weaknesses when it comes to time management and productivity, what works for one person could be a total disaster for another.We want to help you find the scheduling method that works best for you. We want to see you achieve warp-speed productivity every day. With that in mind, here are five different daily scheduling methods you can try. Some of these methods are pretty straightforward, while others are borderline crazy.Time blocking simply means planning out your day in advance and dedicating specific hours to accomplish specific tasks. Doing this requires determining in advance what you will accomplish and exactly when you will accomplish it. Once you have those in mind, enter these into your calendar and then get to work on those tasks at the appropriate time during the day.This is when you make progress on important projects, draft important documents, or sketch out a prototype for your next great product. Reactive blocks are when you allow time for requests and interruptions, such as email and impromptu meetings.

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  1. Make a List. First, write down everything you need to get done daily, both in your home life and at work
  2. Structure Your Day
  3. Get Specific (Optional)
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A weekly schedule is a way to keep track of your activities and tasks for the week. A weekly calendar helps you figure out when you can complete each task by listing everything you need to do. You may also use it to see how much free time you have.

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A weekly schedule is a great way to keep track of your activities and tasks. By listing everything you need to do, you can figure out when you can complete each task and also see how much free time you have. To get more

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