How to Swipe an Employee Time Card

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    Kim Durst

    I am a booth renter and need the ability to clock in and out without swiping. This will allow me to track my numbers easier. I would like that option

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    Chad Burns

    #MobileClockIn Please support mobile check-in/out from your mobile phone app!

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    User Test

    We need mobile time logging, asap.

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    Alison Walmsley

    I'm in Canada. Just started using the trial. My current software gives me the choice of card reader or manual clocking in and out. We tried the card readers, it was a pain, they got lost and it caused confusion. Im disappointed that i dont have the choice to have my staff manually clock in and out. I really think a setting that only allows the owner to make changes to clock in and out would be a great idea. My question is will my canadian barcode scanner work with your clock in cards? Also is there any way to drag the time down on the guest without moving the whole service? Lets say your client walks in with more hair than you thought and you need a longer appointment. My current system allows me to extend the time without moving the time of the appointment by pointing the mouse at the end of appointment and dragging. 

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    Daniel C

    Hello Alison,

    What you are saying in your post already exists. Your employees can clock in manually by going to Reports - Time Card assuming you give them access to the time card report. As for the appointment duration, you can change this by either clicking the edge of the appointment and dragging up or down or you can click on the appointment in the calendar, then select Edit. From there the appointment card will come up and you can change the service length to what you feel it should be.

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    Jozhelyn Marin

    Hi! We have overtime set to start at 40hrs but payroll never adds it. Is this a glitch?

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    Daniel C

    Hello Jozhelyn,

    The overtime setting is meant to be for the day. So when you are setting it it to 40 hours, you are basically saying I have to work 40 hours in a day to earn overtime. So it isn't so much as a glitch as it is a difference in design and usage.

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