Management of the periods

The periodicity is a central concept of Themis since it allows to Themis to follow the pace of your projects. From a periodicity, periods of time are defined and may be planned in the future. 

Every project is joined to a periodicity. That association is not final and may be updated at any time. 

When you use Themis, you may thus easily navigate between each of the periods thanks to a listing of selection placed atop the page. 


Create and modify a periodicity

By default, the Monthly and Weekly periodicities are preconfigured in Themis and available on the creation of a project. You may moreover neither edit them nor remove them.

To create a new periodicity you have to have administrators privileges, go in the Administration part then Periods. In the centra view, click on the Create a new periodicity button placed down the page.


A form opens to you with two parts to inform:

  1. The periodicity informations
    1. The name of the periodicity that will be used as name for all periods
    2. The start index that will be automatically incremented
  2. The associated configuration
    1. The first day of the first period
    2. The period duration. On the exemple below, 2 weeks. It is possible to choose weeks or days e.g. 1 weeks, 14 days.


Here the result in image:


The periods named "Pre Themis" are corresponding to 4 periods before the begining of the periods created by the user.

Delete a periodicity

The periodicity can be delete with the button mceclip7.png.

You cannot delete a periodicity if it is currently used by a project because it will leaves a project without periodicity. To delete it you will have to change the concerned project configuration.

Modify the periodicity of a project

Go in the Administration part then Projects. In the central view, click on the Edit button 


The iconallows to update the project.

In the form that opens, update the periodicity in the matching section, then complete the operation by clicking on the Edit button. The form closes up and the project has well been updated.



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