How to Use Advance Recurring - Mon-Sat every hour (from 10am - 6pm every hour)

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  1. Sumit Dobriyal

    Sumit Dobriyal New Member

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    Hi Team,
    I want to set advance recurring everyday from Monday - Saturday every 1 hour from (10am - 6pm)

    How to do that ?
     
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    twisted1919 Administrator Staff Member

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    Something like this maybe:
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    I haven't tested it yet though, so you'll have to test.
     
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    Sumit Dobriyal New Member

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    Kindly provide a working method, to do that, Can we need to change the cronjobs or timezone for the same...currently my crond jobs are set to send every minute & time zone to +5:30
     
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    When i try the advanced recurring example you provided me and try to set it the first lot is execututed at 11 am then next lot is scheduled for 14:30 pm ...there is some issue in it ...
     
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    If that does not work for you, you can change the main cron job, instead of having it run each minute, make it run at the interval you wish.
    Here's a generator to help you: https://crontab-generator.org/
     

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