Creating A Scheduled Task

Head to your control panel. Find where it says Advanced Settings, which is on the left sidebar. Click on it and then select Scheduled Tasks.



Once on the Scheduled Tasks page, you will want to locate the New Task button.



Now that you have clicked into the New Task option, you will wank to fill it in with what you want.



Name | The name of the task.
Status | Either scheduled (enabled) or paused (disabled).
Scheduled Time | The time you want the task to run. This would be based on Eastern Time (GMT-4).
Interval | How often you want the task repeated.
Command | The command you want for it to run.
Arguments | Example: The text for the say or the give command.
Run For | You can set this to console, everyone, or a specific player.

Once all options are filled in, you will want to hit the big blue create button.



Editing A Scheduled Task

Head to your control panel. Find where it says Advanced Settings, which is on the left sidebar. Click on it and then select Scheduled Tasks.



Once on the Scheduled Tasks page, you will want to click on the name of the task you want to edit.



Once in the configurations of the task, you can change the different options that you would like.



After you have made the changes you want, you can then click the big blue save button.



Deleting A Scheduled Task

Head to your control panel. Find where it says Advanced Settings, which is on the left sidebar. Click on it and then select Scheduled Tasks.



Once on the Scheduled Tasks page, you will want to click on the name of the task you want to delete.



Now that you are in the configuration of the task you want to delete. You will want to select the Delete option from on the left sidebar menu. If a pop-up opens, select OK.

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