It is now possible to view the calendars applied to a task. Calendars inherited by a parent or calendars inherited by the global project are italicized and are also lightly shaded. Calendars applied directly to the task are not italicized and are darker.
✏️ Note: Applied calendars work in a top-down fashion, meaning calendars applied to a parent are also applied to their direct children. This is true as long as child tasks do not have calendars applied directly to them. If this is the case, the parent's calendar is ignored.
In the example above, the 7 days calendar is applied to the whole project. All child tasks inherit the 7 days calendar - except the child tasks that have a calendar applied directly to them.
Here, the Weekdays calendar is applied to Task 1. Task 1.1 therefore automatically inherits the Weekdays calendar. On the other hand, Task 1.2 which already has another calendar applied is not impacted by the application of a calendar to its parent.
It is important to specify that the durations visible on a parent are the difference, in days, between the start date and the end date of this task without taking into account the unavailability. Indeed, this represents the number of days between the start date of the first child task and the end of the last child task.
💡 Tip: In order to see all the applied calendars, it is recommended to activate and expand the view of the Calendars column as described in the article Display of the Scheduler.