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Free Sharepoint Timer Web Part



Timer Web Part

The AE Timer Web Part allows to display a countdown timer and/or an “elapsed time” timer. The AE Timer Web Part can be used with Windows Sharepoint Services V3, MOSS 2007, Sharepoint 2010, Sharepoint 2013, Sharepoint 2016 and Sharepoint Online/Office365.

The following parameters can be configured:
  • Start Date/Time
  • End Date/Time
  • CSS styles
  • Timer Display
  • Web Part Connection
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Installation Instructions:
  1. download the Timer Web Part Installation Instructions (PDF file, see above) 
  2. either install the web part manually or deploy the feature to your server/farm as described in the instructions.
  3. configure the following Web Part properties in the Web Part Editor "Miscellaneous" pane section as needed:

    • Start Time: 
      enter the Timer start date and time (Default= “Now”)
      If the date entered is "1/1/2000", then it is interpreted as today's date. This allows you to automatically start the timer every day at the designated time.
      Example:

    • End Time: 
      enter the Timer end date and time (Default= “Now” + 1 hour)
      If the date entered is "1/1/2000", then it is interpreted as today's date. This allows you to automatically stop the timer every day at the designated time.

      You also can supply either the Start Time or the End Time via a Web Part connection.
      For example, you might use the AE Filter web part to dynamically select a task list’s “Due Date”:


    • Use AM/PM time format:
      either us the military or AM/PM time format
    • Display Start and End Time:
      optionally display the timer’s start and end time
    • Display Remaining Time:
      optionally display the timer’s remaining time
    • Display Elapsed Time:
      optionally display the timer’s elapsed time
    • Suppress Seconds:
      optionally suppress the number of seconds in the timers
    • Display Timer Icon:
      optionally display the timer icon in the upper lefthand corner
    • Display Units:
      either display the time formatted as
      - day:hours:minutes:seconds
      - hours
      - days
    • Connect Filter to:
      choose one of the two below fields to connect the Filter value to if you are using a Filter web part connection:
      - Start Time
      - End Time
    • Timer CSS Style:
      optionally enter the CSS style for the Timer box
      Example:
      font:10pt Segoe UI;color:white;background-color:orange;padding:10px; text-align:right;width:210px;height:150px
    • Time Font:
      optionally enter the CSS style for the Timer countdown display
      Example:
      17pt Segoe UI;color:yellow;vertical-align:bottom
    • Time Remaining Label:
      enter the label to be displayed for the "Time remaining" counter
    • Elapsed Time Label:
      enter the label to be displayed for the "Elapsed time" counter
    • Timeout Message:
      enter the optional text to be displayed when the timeout has been reached:


    • Header Text:
      optionally add some text to the web part's header area (you can use HTML tags to format the text).


    • Redirection Link:
      optionally enter the URL of the page to be redircted to when clicking on the Timer web part area.
    • Localization:
      Enter the localized names for 'days' and 'hours' (Default="d;h")

      Example 1:
      days; hours; day; hour

      Example 1 (French):
      jours; heures; jour; heure



Please enter a comment below if you have problems with the installation, want to give feedback or have suggestions for improvements:

User Comments Post a Comment 

Juerg  
6/5/2013 11:56 
Dan,
yes it just has been released about 2 weeks ago.
You can hide the start date/time (uncheck the "Display Start and End Time" setting) and you also can optionally enter a timeout message that will be displayed when the timer has reached zero.
walsh  
8/26/2013 10:15 
how can I put start date (today) and the timer start every day from 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM
can I put today function ?
Juerg  
9/3/2013 13:33 
walsh,
we have now implemented this option as follows:
You now can enter “1/1/2000” to refer to today’s date.

Example:
Start time=1/1/2000 10:00:00 AM
End time=1/1/2000 2:00:00 PM

The above example starts the timer every day at 10am and stops it at 2pm.

Please re-download the AE Timer Web Part , extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Kendyl  
9/3/2013 16:08 
I'm trying to add this webpart to my sharepointonline (365), and am getting an error on "Activation"...

Sorry, something went wrong

This solution contains invalid markup or elements that cannot be deployed as part of a sandboxed solution. Solution manifest for solution 'dc74276f-7eb2-4882-99db-2296c74c3268' failed validation, file manifest.xml, line 2, character 61: The 'ResetWebServer' attribute is not declared.

what am I doing wrong? or is it that the wrong i'm doing is trying to add it to my sharepointonline?

Kendyl
Juerg  
9/3/2013 16:53 
Kendyl,
please note that you need to install the “Office365/Sharepoint Online sandboxed Solution” of the Timer web part (we just added it).
Please thus delete the WSP file in the Solution gallery, download the “Office365” version of the web part, extract the AESBTimerWebpart.wsp file and then upload it to the solution gallery and activate it.
zach  
10/13/2013 20:58 
Is it possible to have the "Timer Text" and "Time Remaining" on the same horizontal line?
Juerg  
10/14/2013 14:10 
zach,
we have now added the option to suppress the line break by appending a "~" tilde character to the end of the web part's "Time Remaining Label" setting.

Example:
Time remaining:~

Please re-download the AE Timer Web Part, extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Aren  
10/24/2013 22:19 
Thank you for this wonderful webpart. Is there a way to add text or image to it and link them to certain url?
Juerg  
10/25/2013 12:22 
Aren,
we have now added the new "Header Text" web part setting that allows you to enter some asdditional text and HTML tags.
Aren  
10/25/2013 17:53 
Thank you for the update. I am unable to use background-image tag in timer css style?
Juerg  
10/25/2013 18:37 
Aren,
to add a background image, just enter the following into the webpart's "Timer CSS Style" settng:

background-image:url(/someSite/someLibrary/somPicture.jpg);

(adapt the image URL as needed)
Aren  
10/25/2013 19:11 
Wonderful! Thank you so much Juerg.
Alex  
11/6/2013 17:32 
This is excellent.
Darrell Trimble  
11/10/2013 20:11 
Hi I am on Office365 and I assume the Connect Webpart functionality working with this web part will not work?
Juerg  
11/11/2013 10:40 
Darrell,
the web part connection feature is indeed missing on Office365 due to the technical restrictions imposed on Sharepoint “Sandbox” solutions.
Thushari  
11/27/2013 07:37 
How can I change the format of the time. Like "Days" instead of 'd' and "Hours" instead of 'h' ?
Juerg  
11/28/2013 18:31 
Thushari,
we have now added the new "Localization" web part setting to allow you to customize or localize the time units.
Please re-download the AE Timer Web Part, extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Mike Zz  
12/11/2013 15:07 
Would it be possible to make this grab the "event time" from a list? Like for instance, the first item in a particular list view?

In our situation, we have a number of corporate calendars with event dates. Unfortunately there is no way to show "X days until.... this event" without updating that list item daily (to force a re-calculate).

We currently use your list view part to show the next event on the calendar but it would be great to be able to have a nice looking part like this show a timer countdown to dates managed by people outside of my collection.

Thanks!
Juerg  
12/11/2013 20:56 
Mike,
you can tie the timer to the “top” calendar event by
  • placing a Sharepoint List web part representing your calendar onto the same page and configure its view to show the desired event at the top of the List by setting the sort order as needed
  • connect the Timer web part with the calendar list web part and select the “Start Time” as the value to be transmitted.
  • The Timer web part now picks up the top event’s start time for countdown.
  • Hide the calendar list web part by setting its “Chrome” to “none” and also minimize it to make it invisible.
Lawrence  
1/17/2014 13:09 
For some reason when the timer finishes the text displayed is shown in black. Just looks a bit messy after counting down using the cusom CSS styles you can set for the font color etc. Any way of changing this?
Juerg  
1/17/2014 14:36 
Lawrence,
you can actually set the color (and other CSS styles if need) for the “Timeout Message” as follows:

<span style='color:pink'>time is up !!</span>

(please make sure to use single quotes as opposed to double quotes).
MikeZz  
1/25/2014 18:51 
Finally got this installed and the new site owner does love it!
So I was thinking of taking it to the next step and it looks like someone beat me to it... the part about adding a background image, does that change the timer icon or do something else?

I was thinking of trying to use the css field to put an alternate icon to your timer... like a person looking really stressed due to the impending due date!

Any suggestions would be great!
Thanks!
Juerg  
1/27/2014 10:35 
Mike,
you can either
  • globally change the timer icon by replacing the image stored on the Sharepoint server(s) at
    c:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\IMAGES\AETimerWebpart\timer.png
  • or add your own background image via the web part’s “Timer CSS Style” setting.
    Example:
    color:white;background-color:orange;padding:10px;text-align:right;background-image: url(/sites/Test/alex/SiteAssets/blackclock.png);background-repeat:no-repeat
MikeZz  
1/30/2014 19:20 
Hi Juerg,
Were trying to connect the timer to a calendar on another collection on the same farm. For us, the view shows the upcoming events so we are just looking to get the first date in the view.

I'm tryiing to use your Filter web part and put in a URL Paramager like your instructions say.

For some reason, the default value is always blank until I type in the date.

Here are my settings:
Label: Next Date
Filter Type: When we use Date, it comes up empty but can type in a date and it works. When we use Text, I just see my URL Text value.
Default Value I'm trying:
http://aamteams.alv.autoliv.int/sites/alvglobalfinancecalendars/Lists/AMIS%20Freeze:Current Events|Date

My List URL:
http://aamteams.alv.autoliv.int/sites/alvglobalfinancecalendars/Lists/AMIS%20Freeze/
My Calendar Vew Name: "Current Events"
We have All Day Events so the default that view normally just has a "Date" Column visible. However, I've also tried adding "Start Time" with the same results.

So the questions:
Is my URL string correct?
Should I use Date or Text in Filter Type?
Does it matter if I pass a Date or does it have to be a Time column?

Thanks for your help!
MikeZz  
1/30/2014 19:23 
I should also mention that we only have v 1.0.10 of the Filter web part and v 1.0.7 of the Timer web part installed in production. If it makes a difference I could get the latest filter web part installed but it takes a "while" to get it rolled out. Thanks!
MikeZz  
1/31/2014 15:14 
Hi Juerg,
I came back to my test site today (after manually setting a filter part with a default date value yesterday).
The filter part shows the date I put in yesterday, but the timer web part shows message when time has expired. Like on load the filter part/timer part aren't really connected.

If I just click on the filter part box and hit enter, the page refreshes and timer shows the countdown.

Am I missing a setting or something?
I don't have persist last value checked because I thought that only applied to the user who typed it in. We want something that remembers the same date no matter who goes there.

Thanks again for the help
MikeZz  
2/1/2014 00:01 
Hi Juerg,
Your solution below worked great!

Hi Mike,

please set the Filter web part’s “Filter Type” to “Dropdown” (the “Date” filter type cannot be automatically pre-populated using a list value)

http://aamteams.alv.autoliv.int/sites/alvglobalfinancecalendars/Lists/AMIS%20Freeze:Current Events|Date/empty=top
It now should automatically have selected the top entry of your calendar view (by specifying “/empty=top”).
Are you using a custom calendar column named “Date” ?
If not, please rather enter

http://aamteams.alv.autoliv.int/sites/alvglobalfinancecalendars/Lists/AMIS%20Freeze:Current Events|Start Time/empty=top

You now also could hide the Filter web part by setting its “Chrome” to none (since users are not supposed to manually select other calendar entries).
Brian  
2/14/2014 16:04 
It would be great if you could add a URL field and make the timer a link(icon) to a Website/page.
Juerg  
2/17/2014 14:39 
Brian,
we have now added the new „Redirection Link“ web part setting that allows you the link the web part to an URL (eg. when the user clicks on the web part, he/she will be redirected to the specified URL).

Please download the AE Timer Web Part, extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Bisi  
3/8/2014 12:33 
Hi Juerg,

I discovered the Timer CSS Style values overrides the Time Font values. Any text align values specified in Time font does not make any effect.

In addition, Can I put my own picture/icon instead of the timer icon.

Regards,
Raleigh  
3/11/2014 08:06 
Thanks for the control, installation and deployment went smoothly. I am having problems with the styles though. Changing the color style in the web part properties only applies to the "Time Remaining" field, everything else stays the same color. How can I change the text coloring of the other elements? Specifically of interest is changing the Elapsed Time text color and the Start/End time colors.
Raleigh  
3/11/2014 09:43 
Sorry about the double post, also is there a way to display to elapsed time in 24h format? (00:00:00)
Juerg  
3/11/2014 16:20 
Raleigh,
if you specify the font color in the web part’s “Time Font” setting, it will be both applied to the “Time remaining” and the “Elapsed Time”.
The color specified in the “Timer CSS Style” is applied to the labels.

Example:
Timer CSS Style
color:yellow;background-color:orange;padding:10px;text-align:right;width:350px

Time Font
17pt Segoe UI;color:white;vertical-align:bottom



Regarding the 24h format:
The web part always displays a duration (as for example “n days n hours n minutes”) which is independent of either a 12h or 24h format.
Juerg  
3/12/2014 17:07 
Bisi,
can you send us a screen shot to illustrate the problem with your text aligns ?
Yes, you can use your own picture/icon by entering the below into the web part’s “Header Text” setting:

<p style="text-align:left"><img src="/sites/Test/alarmClock.gif"></p>
Tony Jackson  
4/15/2014 14:23 
Folks,

Your instructions call for an "Install.bat" file in the zip archive, but there is no "Install.bat" file in the zip archive.

Please advise.
Juerg  
4/15/2014 16:08 
Tony,
there are 3 .bat files included in the Zip file:

- Sharepoint 2007/WSS3.0: install2007.bat
- Sharepoint 2010: install2010.bat
- Sharepoint 2013: install2013.bat

(this means that you need to use the install2007.bat file if you are using Sharepoint 2007 Server or WSS3.0).
Nathan M  
4/29/2014 18:24 
Is there anyway to get the counter to round up the a full day?
I'm using the timer to count up from a date and right now it uses decimal places (ie 14.5 days) even when selecting Display Units: Days and Suppress Seconds
Juerg  
4/30/2014 18:28 
Nathan,
we have now changed the behavior of the web part so that it does not display decimal places anymore if the number of days left is greater or equal to 2.

Please re-download the AE Timer Web Part, extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Birger  
6/12/2014 15:44 
I am using the Sandbox version in our 365 environment and it works great except the time zone seems to be locked to US?

The site is set to UTC London but if I want to set the countdown to for example 5PM Friday (13/6) I have to set the End time field to 13/06/2014 09:00.

The Sandbox version is 1.1.0
Juerg  
6/23/2014 14:09 
Birger,
we have now fixed this problem, eg. the time now takes your regional settings into account.
Please re-download the AE Timer Web Part, extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Birgerr  
7/7/2014 21:18 
Juerg, thank you for the fix. That works great.

One more question. I cannot connect the Timer web part to a hidden calendar (followed your suggestion "you can tie the timer to the “top” calendar event by " above). The Calendar web part allows me to connect to other web parts on the page, the Timer part isn't an option. I am on Office365.
Juerg  
7/9/2014 19:11 
Birger,
unfortunately Office365/Sharepoint Online disables the web part connection option for third party web parts. This is a limitation of the Sharepoint Online “sandbox” architecture.
MikeZz  
7/31/2014 15:36 
It would be interesting to be able to change the CSS depending on how much time is left on the timer.

For instance in our Finance Department, we use it to show how many days until we have to close the books.

In our case, the 7 days prior to closing the finance books at the end of every month are always busy so it would be cool to be able to change the color from green to yellow to red depending on how much time is left.

If I had my choice, it might be best to have some webpart properties to show 2-3 different timing points, and then just call a CSS file in my site assets... that way I could reuse it anywhere. Even if it only changed the style based on when the page was refreshed, it would be a nice addition to functionality.

And/Or a way to change the text for the different time points.
Kind of like the way it now changes text once the time has past.

Thanks
Birger  
8/2/2014 14:56 
Juerg,
We have regular deadlines based on day of the week, for example every Friday at 5PM. I appreciate you can do a daily countdown by using 1/1/2000 as the date but would it be possible to get a day of the week one as well. I am sure someone will also ask for day of month, e.g. first Monday, last Friday, particular day etc. Thank you.
Juerg  
8/7/2014 18:08 
Birger,
we have now added the new „weekday=nn“ option (where „nn“ is a number between 0 and 6, 0 being Sunday, 1 being Monday etc.). This allows you to specify the weekday of the end date to be used for the countdown.

Example:
To count down to 5pm on every Friday you would configure the web part as follows:

End time:
1/1/2000 5:00:00 PM

Options:
weekday=5

Please re-download the AE Timer Web Part, extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Juerg  
8/7/2014 18:15 
MikeZz,
we have now added the new „red“ and „orange“ options (to be entered into the web part’s “Options” setting).

Example:
red=1,background-color:red,Less than one day left!|orange=5,background-color:orange,only five days left!

(please enter 1, 2 or 3 parameters, each separated by a comma where the first parameter is the number of days, the optional second parameter is the CSS style to be applied to the tile and the optional third parameter is the message to be displayed).

The above example would change the tile background color to orange 5 days before the end time and display the “only five days left” message and would change the color to red and display the “Less than one days left” message if the end date is less than 1 day from the current date.

Please re-download the AE Timer Web Part, extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Chris  
10/16/2014 18:43 
I can get get the timer to display its default settings, but whenever I alter any setting (e.g. End time). the web part shows the following error: "Web Part Error: Unhandled exception was thrown by the sandboxed code wrapper's Execute method in the partial trust app domain: An unexpected error has occurred.". When I save the SharePoint page the timer is reset to default settings (countdown from 1 hour) and displays normally.
Juerg  
10/20/2014 14:15 
Chris,
did you install the web part on a Sharepoint Online/Office365 site ?
Can you quickly check the web part’s version number by opening the web part’s tool pane and looking it up at the top ? The current Office365 version is 1.1.3
Damien Solodow  
10/21/2014 05:12 
Is there a way to have it also display a months field if the number of days out is more than 30?
Edmund  
12/2/2014 16:06 
I see how to show Hours and Days instead of h and d, but can I also have it show Minutes and Seconds instead of m and s? Thanks!
Juerg  
12/3/2014 18:06 
Edmund,
we have now added the new „minutes“ and „seconds“ options (to be added to the web part’s “Options” setting) to customize the “m” and “s” units.

Example:
minutes=Minutes|seconds=Seconds

Please re-download the AE Timer Web Part, extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Taifour  
4/5/2015 09:43 
why not adding a timer unit year and month which displays in the format of yy:mm:dd
Alex  
4/7/2015 08:54 
Taifour,
we might include this in our next release.
JamieTee  
6/29/2015 21:45 
Thank you so much for this and your other great web parts!

Trying to display a "Days Since Last Injury" timer. Can't seem to figure out the format of the 'Localization'. When I enter 'days' I get a sandboxed code failure.

Web Part Error: Sandboxed code execution request failed.

Appreciate your suggestions.
Jamie
JamieTee  
6/29/2015 21:49 
Sorry - nevermind. Just saw what I was missing. Thanks for the great product!
MikeZz  
1/5/2016 18:40 
We have v1.0.13 and have a Time Zone question regarding SP13 on Prem. It seems like SharePoint 2013 is smart enough to show calendar times based on the user's local time zone. So for instance I have a calendar list on the page showing the next event and it shows 10am for me and 5pm for someone in Sweden. However the Timer web part shows different times in the countdown... 7 hours difference. I'm guessing we have a version later than your June 23, 2014 update but am not positive. Can you verify that the latest version does show the right countdown hours for people in different time zones?
Thanks!
Juerg  
1/20/2016 18:50 
Mike,
we did some investigation and are not able to tell how exactly Sharepoint determines the time zone of the currently logged in user.
Are you using Sharepoint Server with an up-and-running User Profile Store ?
If yes, is the “Time zone” user profile property correctly set for each user ?
Veeraraj  
2/1/2016 12:19 
Hi,

Do you have an update for this webpart?. I am using 1.0.17. Also It would be nice to see an event name, rather than just a start and end time.
Juerg  
2/1/2016 13:21 
Veeraraj,
1.0.17 is the current version.
What exactly do you mean by "event name" (are you connectiong the Timer web part to a Sharpeoint calendar placed on the same page) ?
michelle  
6/22/2016 10:37 
Would it be possible that the Webpart deletes itself or hide if time remaining = 0?
Juerg  
6/22/2016 12:59 
Michelle,
we have now added the new "hide" option which can be configured by entering

hide

into the web part's "Timeout Message" setting.
Please re-download the AE Timer Web Part , extract the WSP file and then update the web part solution.
Sarah  
10/27/2016 22:59 
Is there a way to show working days rather than calendar days?
Cheers
Sarah
Juerg  
11/1/2016 12:44 
Sarah,
this is unfortunately currently not possible.
If this option is important to you, we could add it as a custom feature.
Shawn  
2/3/2017 22:08 
I have a custom list with a date. I have the timer on the same page and the two are connected. When I as an admin view the timer, it shows the correct number of days since the date posted in the custom list. But other users are seeing the number of days since the date that I have listed within the Timer Miscellaneous settings from when I first set the web part. What should be in the start time and end time fields under Miscellaneous if you're using a date from another list?
Juerg  
2/8/2017 12:30 
Shawn,
we are not able to replicate the issue (eg. the Timer displays the same correct value independent of the logged in user and independent of the web part’s “Start time” and “End time” settings):
Can you temporarily enter

trace=1

into the web part’s „Options“ setting and then send us the additional output generated by the web part for analysis to support@amrein.com ?
Please do this twice, once as an admin and once as a regular user.
Scott  
8/20/2017 10:31 
SP2013 Deployed Timer Sandbox Solution throws this error with any changes to the web part settings:

Web Part Error: Unhandled exception was thrown by the sandboxed code wrapper's Execute method in the partial trust app domain: An unexpected error has occurred. Correlation ID: a70e119e-2969-b077-004c-3c71371394aa.

The web part must be deleted; disables options to edit. After reinserting same error if edit web part again. The default time shows and functions but cannot edit or errors out.

Suggestions?

Thanks,
Scott
Juerg  
8/21/2017 12:00 
Scott,
what exactly did you configure when you get the error ?
Does the web part throw the error when just opening the edit pane and then clicking “OK” (without changing the configuration) ?

BTW, you can temporarily deactivate the web part by appending

?aedisabled=1

to the page URL.
This allows you to still access the web part’s edit tool pane.

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The web parts added functionality that made our intranet the way we wanted it to be.  The Amrein team is very responsive to customer requirements and will even make modifications to their web parts very quickly.

Tebo Seema, Botswana Bureau of Standards





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Web Part NewsSharePoint News Carousel Web Part
5/1/2017
The new "News Carousel" Web Part allows to rotate SharePoint List items (typically used with a SharePoint "Announcements" list) manually and/or automatically. It displays an optional image, the title and the item body text. The web part can be used with SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2016.

SharePoint List Rotator Web Part
5/1/2017
The new "List Rotator" Web Part allows to rotate SharePoint List items manually and/or automatically using a freely configurable layout template. The web part can be used on SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2016.

SharePoint Facebook Timeline
6/1/2016
The free "Facebook Timeline" Web Part allows to embed the Timeline of the specified Facebook timeline. The users can like and share the posts without having to leave SharePoint.

The web part can be used on SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint Online/Office365.

SharePoint Toast Notifcations
6/1/2016
The Toast Notification SharePoint solution lets you centrally manage notifications and alerts targeted to all users or specific user groups.
It reads entries from the included SharePoint List and displays notifications targeted to either selected groups or all users during the specified time window as configured for each notification.
The solution can be used on SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint Online/Office365.