Time Clocks allow your employees to track time on specific services, as well as general hours they are working at the shop. This data helps answer common questions regarding time spent in the shop.
How many hours did someone work in a day, week, or month?
How many hours were general shop time compared to billable time on a customer invoice?
Did we take more or less time compared to the estimated labor hours authorized by the customer?
Understanding where your team's time is being spent is critical for maximizing your profitability.
View Time Clocks
Select the Time Clocks icon from the left-side navigation bar.
The Time Clocks page is the primary page admins use for managing all employee time clocks and timesheets.
Users that have Time Tracking enabled in their permissions will see their own time clock on the page to clock in to. User roles and permissions manage access to time clocks and time clock features.
Track Shop Hours with Time Clocks
Track General Shop Time
From the time clocks page, select Clock In on your time card.
Track Time for a Specific Work Order
There are two ways to track time on a specific work order: from the time clocks page or from within the work order.
From Time Clocks Page
If you’re already clocked in on general shop time but want to clock in on a specific work order, select Switch on your time clock card. Select the dropdown menu to choose which order to clock in on.
From Within a Work Order
From within a work order, select the Time Clocks tab. Select Switch. The dropdown menu will default to that work order.
Add Time Manually
Enter time manually from the Time Clocks page or within a work order. Select + Add Time Manually.
When you add time manually, you can add Time In, Time Out, Duration, Technician, Work Order/Activity, and Notes. Select Save.
Edit a Timesheet
Find the entry you’d like to edit on the Time Log at the bottom of the Time Clocks page. Select the … ellipsis on the entry, then select Edit. Make changes and select Save.
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