End of day be able to be set for the following day
My work means that I tend to work quite late at night, and it's common for me to wake up at 11am, and sleep by around 4am. In BC2, days are currently set to end at midnight, which makes it difficult to view and schedule my days.
It would be nice to be able to set my start of day to be later in the day (which is already possible) while setting my end of day to be early the next morning.
Stephen Crook commented
I would love this feature as well. Sorry to see it's been over two years and still not implemented. I work part time as a Firefighter/Paramedic and several of my shifts start in the afternoon on one day and finish the next morning. This ends up displaying one shift on my calendar for both days which can sometimes be confusing if I have shifts back to back. If there is now a setting to correct this I have not yet been able to find it.
As an aside - they currently display as desired on the Google Calendar (web)
I CARE commented
please let make the end of the day later than midnight. why do calendars just assume everyone is in bed by midnight or something? my schedule is very late and i always have to bunch up events after midnight in the 11pm-12am slot which is hard to manage. i would love to see a flexible day period that doesnt have to match the standard 12am to 12am days which are based on the time the sun is directly overhead but do not reflect our REAL days in this modern age. i would personally like my day view to go from 6am to 6am. the days FEEL like they start around 6am, not midnight, don't they?
currently you have an option to hide the early hours of the day in day view so people can not show 12am-6am if they wish but we can not set the end of day past 12am...
i would like to see an option that says "start and end days at x hour" so we can decide when the day view ends. doesnt this make more sense? or you can just expand the already existing feature of hiding part of the day in day view to also show part of the next "day".
i wish our society would change the day to start at 6am, not midnight, it is silly now. people who are out at 1am don't say it is the next day already, they still call it the day before. 1am sunday we call saturday night... sorry about the rant! :-)