Cron scheduler v.1.0 Link to the Asset Store: [HERE] This asset provides a lightweight implementation in C# of a cron scheduler adapting the code released in Random Sparks Blog. Basically cron will allow you to define a trigger to be executed minutely, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, on weekends, on a weekday, or on any interval or range of those. It´s a very syntax for job scheduling used in Unix-like systems for decades. For more info about the cron syntax and its power, let me refer you to its Wikipedia page. A basic cheat sheet: In this example the trigger will be fired every Sunday at 2:36 am. Every cron schedule contains 5 entries, first for minutes, second for hours, third for days, fourth for months and last one for days of the week. Each entry can be: An asterisk: meaning to launch every day, hour, minute… A concrete value: 5: fire at 5am, on May or on Fridays… A range: 1-10: fire each minute from 1 to 10, every day of the day from 1 to 10… A list of values: 1,3,13: fire the trigger at 1am, 3am and 1pm… A divider: */2: on even days, even hours… */5: at 12am, 5am, 10am, 3pm, 8pm… A combination of any of them: 2,3,5-7: on days 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7… 1-10/3: on minutes 1, 4, 7, 10… 2,3,4-10/2: at 2am, 3am, 4am ,6am, 8am and 10am It seems complicated but it’s not and almost every configuration can be found on the internet, just googling for example “cron odd hours” (* 1-23/2 * * *). The component includes a custom editor with direct access to most used configurations and a quick cheat sheet: If you have any doubt, problem or feature request please feel free to ask here.