EZLogic WebUI - Date & Time functionalities explained

There are currently 8 different functionality under Date & Time

1-"Days of the Week"


This allows you to select any days of the week.
If, for example, you want an automation that only runs on Wed and Sun, then you can use this function.

2-Days of the Month


This allows you to select any days of the month.
If, for example, you want an automation that only runs on 7th, 20th and 27th days of each month, then you can use this function.

3-Weeks of the Month


This allows you to select any weeks of the month (any month).
If, for example, you want an automation that only runs on 2nd and Last week of the month, then you can use this function.

4-Weeks of the Year


This allows you to select any weeks of the year.
If, for example, you want an automation that only runs on 4th, 27th and 41st weeks of the year, then you can use this function

5-Year


If you want to select a specific year, this function allows you to do it!

6-Special Time of The Day


This allows you to choose a special time of the day, like Sunrise or Sunset and

and gives you option to select After, Before or At those special times.

But also provide an “offset” capability


Where you can define how long before Sunset or Sunrise you want this automation to be triggered.

7-Custom Time


Custom Time comes with three different capabilities, After, Before and Between.

For example you can use this to “Trigger” an “Action” After 8:20am Everyday…

Or you can click on “Everyday” to expand the options where you can choose a specific Date and Time


Like 8:20am on 15th Oct 2021.

Or you can select “Before” instead of “After”


And this will “Trigger” Before the selected date.

There is a very useful “Between” functionality


Lets say you only want something triggered if something happens “during” a “time period”, then you can use this “Between” functionality to achieve that.

You can Mix and Match all of these capabilities by using “AND” operator by “Adding new Triggers”

You can also create “Restrictions” by simply selecting the “NOT” operator next to “Date and Time” function

8 - Interval


You can select an “interval” in seconds, minutes, hours or days. Lets say you have chosen every 4 minutes. Then this condition’s output will be “true” every “4 minutes”.

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