Offisky Document: Staff In/Out Record
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Document # 207
Category: Business Administration
Type: User Manual Document
Last Update: Fri Feb17, 2017 09:38:18PM GMT(0)
Description:

This screen summarize the user daily (staff) on / off duty history under your account.



Panel Location:
User Menu >Under Settings, select (Operation). In the top navigation menu bar, select Features > Staff In/Out Record



Screen Operations:

  • Use [] icon to reload the result list.




To load a user (staff) On / Off duty history:

  • Select the user you wish to load at the user drop down menu.

  • Select the month you wish to load at the month drop down menu.

  • Select the user local time zone at the time zone drop down menu.

  • Click on [] icon to load the On / Off duty history list.

  • Click on [] icon to create a printable report for the On / Off duty history list (Use the wicket [] to print the report content).




To set the daily maximum hours to all existing records:

  • Use the "To load a user (staff) On/Off duty history" instruction to load the user history.

  • Provide the maximum hour into the general Maximum Hour text box located at the top of the list, then click on []




To set the daily maximum hours to a single day records:

  • Use the "To load a user (staff) On/Off duty history" instruction to load the user history.

  • Provide the maximum hour into the Maximum Hour text box of the day you wish to update, then click on [] to save your change.




To add a working hour period:

  • Use the "To load a user (staff) On/Off duty history" instruction to load the user history.

  • Click on the [] at the day you wish to add working hour period.

  • Provide the start and end time of the working hour period, then click on [] to save your change.

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Member's Comment:

William Wong
@Babysoft Corporation
Ticket Creator
Posted: Tue Dec01, 2015 12:00:00AM GMT(0)
Discussion: Staff In/Out Record
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