Schedules can have a status of Pending, Open, Closed, or Locked. Schedules can be managed based on its status.You can change the status of a schedule from Pending to Open, or from Open to Closed or Locked. After a schedule is set to Open, it cannot be reset to Pending.
Pending:The schedule is not yet active. This is the default status of the schedule when it is created.
Open:The schedule is open for work to be performed. Tasks in the
schedule can be run.Closed:The schedule is no
longer active but follow-up work may be required. Tasks in the schedule
continue to proceed based on their definitions, but you cannot add tasks to the
schedule. Schedule owners or administrators can reopen a Closed schedule, which
changes its status to Open.
Locked: The schedule is locked and cannot be modified. A locked schedule cannot be set back to Open status and cannot be edited. It can be viewed and deleted. After a schedule is set to Locked, its status cannot be changed.
To create a schedule, you must be an Administrator or Power User. When you create a schedule from a template, all values are inherited from the template definition.
Below video demos on changing status and managing schedules.