How does the start and end date system for projects work in Beeye, and is it possible to modify them afterward?

Start and End Dates of Projects

In Beeye, managing the start and end dates of projects is crucial for ensuring effective planning aligned with the needs of each project.

How Start and End Dates Work

  • Initial Definition: When creating a project, you are required to enter the start and end dates. These dates define the period during which the project is active and within which tasks and activities can be scheduled.
  • Planning: The system uses these dates to facilitate resource planning, ensuring that activities are assigned and carried out within the defined timeframe for the project.

Here's how you can modify these dates for one or multiple projects simultaneously:

  1. Access via the Projects Page: Select the projects you wish to adjust using the checkboxes next to each project. This allows you to modify multiple projects in a single action.
  2. Use the Edit Button: In the quick actions bar, click on the Edit button. A panel on the right side of the screen will open, presenting various editable fields for the selected projects.
  3. Changing the Dates: In this panel, you will find options to change the start and end dates. Select the new desired dates for each project.


  • Impact on Planning: Changing a project's dates may result in the deletion of planning that falls outside the new date range. It is therefore important to review and adjust the planning after any date changes to ensure that all tasks remain correctly allocated.
  • Restrictions Related to Entered Actual Time: If actual time has been entered for dates that fall outside the new date range of the project, you will not be able to change the dates to include this period. This preventive measure ensures the integrity of time data and prevents conflicts in time tracking.

By following these steps, you can adapt the lifecycle of your projects to planning changes while considering the potential implications on planning and time tracking.