How to configure the Activity Cutoff time


Within FLOW, there exists a feature where the timetable transitions to the following day once a specific time has elapsed. In practical terms, this setting determines that once the designated time has passed, Activities will seamlessly shift to display the schedule for the subsequent day. For example, if the cutoff time is configured for 22:00 (10 pm), the current day's schedule will automatically transition to the next day's schedule the moment the clock strikes 10 pm.


Step-by-step Guide

  1. From the home page, go to the System Configuration module.

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  2. Go to Settings.

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  3. Go to Manage Settings

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  4. Select 'Class Booking' from the category dropdown menu.
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  5. Search for 'Activity Cutoff Time' and click on 'Edit'.

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  6. Enter the desired time and click on 'Save'.

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    This will set the time at Global level (for all your centres). However, you can override it at Group Level (you will need to create a Setting Group first) or Facility Level.

    In order to override the configure the Group or Facility override, select the relevant tab and repeat Step 6.

    Group Override

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    Select the group you wish to apply the override to and click on 'Edit' and repeat step 6.

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    Facility Override

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    Select the Facility you wish to apply the override to and click on 'Edit' and repeat step 6.

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    Please note: This setting can be overridden on the Activity Categories.

    See below how the override hierarchy works for this setting.

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