Working hours check report

1. Introduction

You can query the list of users who have not entered working hours or entered working hours less than one day in a period of time through working hours check report.

Example of working hours check report:

2. Permission required

You can specify user group has the following permissions for working hours check report in the global configuration of TimeWise:

  • Create, edit, delete, and view working hours check report

3. Function

You can search by date, user, type, user status:

  • Date: Date range for checking

  • User/Team: Search users or teams

  • Type: Less than a day, Not less at all , or Custom: less than X hours/day

  • User status: Active by default, also, inactive is supported

  • Extension option: Includes non-working days, not selected by default. If selected, when a user logs on non-working day but less than one day, he will also be queried, and the "Non-working Days" column will be displayed with a mark of "Yes". (Not considered if not log at all on non-working days)

3.2 Send reminder and Bulk reminders

Click "Send Reminder" to send a reminder to a single user, reminding him that the working hours have not been entered or are insufficient in this period; Click "Bulk Reminders" to send reminders to all the users in list, reminding them that the work hours have not been entered or are insufficient in this period.

3.3 Send and Scheduled send report

For more details, please refer tohttps://dragonsoft.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DAS/pages/2153546910

Send Example:

3.4 Export report

For more details, please refer tohttps://dragonsoft.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/GXDOCSPACE/pages/2153578755

Export example:

Note: If the user has entered working hours on a non working day, this non working day will also be checked for insufficient entry, and will be marked as a non working day in the column "Non-working day".