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'In The Night' feature explained
'In The Night' feature explained

Learn how the 'in the night' function on Stagent. Effectively communicate in a way that it's clear for everyone when bookings are scheduled.

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'In The Night' feature in Stagent

The 'in the night' function in Stagent is a powerful tool that displays your scheduled tasks and actions to be performed during specific times at night, using the effective booking date. This function is especially useful for businesses and individuals with many bookings taking place during the night.

How to Use the 'In The Night' Function

Stagent uses the effective booking date, meaning when an event takes place on Saturday, and the artist has been booked for 2am, the effective booking date is Sunday 2am.
Stagent automatically shows 'In the night' bookings on the day before. This means the booking in the example above will be displayed as a booking on Saturday. This logic automatically applies to all bookings that happen between 00:00am and 08:00am.

Tips for Using the 'In The Night' Function

To make the most out of the 'in the night' function in Stagent, here are some tips to keep in mind:

  • Always fill in the actual date of the performance.

  • Pay attention to events starting between 9 pm to 11 pm.

  • 'In the night' logic is only applied to bookings after 12 pm.


The 'in the night' function in Stagent is a valuable tool for managing tasks and actions during specific times at night. By following the steps outlined in this article and keeping these tips in mind, you can effectively use this function to increase productivity and efficiency in your communication.
P.S: Stagent also offers a calendar integration to sync bookings to your favorite calendar app. To correctly display the 'in the night' bookings, Stagent will add a new full day event, the day before the 'In the night' booking. Multiple 'In the night' bookings will change the label of the full day event.

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