Timesheet type defines how employees’ working and non-working hours  are recorded and tracked. 

Required Subscriptions:

  • Feature: TimeSheetTypes

Timesheet Types List

On the Timesheet Types page  you can add, edit, and delete timesheet types. 

  • To add a new timesheet type, click Add on the toolbar, enter settings, and click OK.  
  • To modify an existing timesheet type, click Edit next to the appropriate timesheet type, change settings, and click OK.  
  • To remove an existing timesheet type, click Delete next to the appropriate timesheet type.
  • To see the history of timesheet type changes, click Audit Log next to the appropriate timesheet type.

On the Audit Log page you can  see what changes were made to a timesheet type, when and who made these  changes.

Timesheet Type Settings

When you create a new timesheet type or edit an existing timesheet type,  you enter or change settings in the timesheet type profile.

In the Timesheet Type dialog  box you can enter the following settings:

  • Type Name
  • Description
  • Entry Type allows selecting one of the following types:
  • Day Type means that employees must enter a start time and an end time of their working day, as well as duration of their lunch.
  • Questions option allows choosing a question form if you want employees to answer some questions when they save the timesheet.
  • Time Code Type means that employees must enter a start time and an end time for timesheet items (predefined periods within a working day each of which has its own time code, for example, Repair Work, Administrative Work, Idle Time, Overtime, Lunch, Vacation, and Sickness). If you have standardized shifts, timesheet items can be grouped into profiles that can be used to automatically create timesheets with already scheduled items.
  • Clock-In Questions option allows you to select a question form that is shown when employees clock in. For example, employees may confirm that everything is ready for work.
  • Clock-Out Questions option allows you to select a question form that is shown when employees clock out. For example, employees may confirm that they were not injured during the work.
  • Employee Password Required options determines whether employees must enter their password when they want to clock in or clock out.
  • Allow Edit option enables employees with the Manager role to edit timesheets from the device. If the Ask Password check box is also selected, employees with the Manager role must enter their password to edit timesheets.
  • Allow Day Profile option enables employees with the Manager role to use profiles on device.
  • Allow Close Week option enables employees with the Manager role to close all timesheets within a particular week. You can choose a question form in the Questions box if you want employees with the Manager role to answer some questions when they close timesheets for the whole week.
  • Allow Close Day option enables employees to close their today’s timesheet. You can choose a question form in the Questions box if you want employees to answer some questions when they close a timesheet.
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