Mobile Clocking - Viewing locations

Created by Louis Dabhi-Green, Modified on Tue, 16 May 2023 at 05:50 PM by Dylan Marriott

Introduction


This document will cover all the different methods which can be used to view the location of those employees who're using the Mobile Clocking feature.


Viewing locations


It is possible to view the employees locations either globally or individually. In the Global view you will be able to see the last clocking location of an employee who is currently clocked in. In the individual view you will be able to see the location of any clocking.


To view the location of all employees; open the Dashboard screen on the InfoTime software, in the Who's In section on the right hand side a list of all the employees who are currently clocked in will be show. At the top of this list is an option for Show on Map. As shown below.




When Show on Map is clicked a new screen will load showing a Google map of the UL and on the left hand side a list of the employees. Clicking on an employees name from the list will centre the map on that employees location and display a box showing the time and date of the clocking. Please see the screenshot below.




You can use the plus and minus buttons at the bottom right to zoom in on the clocking location, or use the orange person icon to load Google Street view.


To view an individual employee's location; Go to the Employee Timesheet, hover over Timesheet and select View Employee Timesheet.


In the Employee Timesheet select the relevant Working Rule and Pay Period (you can also filter for the relevant employee) and then click Search.




The Employee Timesheet will load and any clocking's with a location will be highlighted in blue. As shown below.




Clicking on a blue clocking will load a Google Map showing the clocking location recorded when that clocking was made.




Note: manually adjusted clocking's will still show the employee's location when the original clocking was made.

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