Clocking in and out of Timesheets.com

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Clocking in and out of Timesheets.com

Video Transcript

Speakers in this video: Jimmy (GetApp) and Monica (Timesheets.com)

Monica: Alright, perfect. So what I'm going to do now is, this is how the main administrator's experience looks like. This is William's. So William can see everybody's information, right, we have all the employees, we have the supervisors. William can see who's clocked in, and the exact time that they clocked in. For example, we can tell that Robert is not clocked in, and he can see everybody's time cards. Now I want to log out and log back in as an employee so we can see the difference between the main administrator account and an employee account, okay?

Jimmy: Okay.

Monica: Alright, so, once we've created our employee, and we've given them their own username and password, this is where they'll go in. Think of it like an email, they'll have their own account. So what I will do is enter my username over here, and my password. 

Okay. Now you can see that below we have three buttons. One is the login option, we have a clock in, and a clock out button. If, for example, you guys or your company only works with project time tracking, they don't need to use the clock in or out button, they can just log in. However, if you guys work with the hourly clock in and out button, then they want to use these. So for example, I'm going to log in as Robert, and let's imagine I'm going to start my shift. So I'm going to click on the clock in button. When I click on this button, it automatically logs me into my account, and it gives me a confirmation of the exact time when I clocked in.

Jimmy: Okay.

Monica: Okay. Then I'm going to click on my time card on the left menu. Now, this is what the employee experience looks like. As you can see, the main menu on the left is way more restrictive. They only have access to seeing their own time card, their own schedule, we have training videos for both administrators and employees, which are also very helpful, and they can run reports only for themselves. So it's a more restrictive account.

Now, let's see. This is what the hourly time card looks like. Right over here to my left, I can see that I'm clocked in because the button option that I have says clock out. Another way that I can tell if I'm clocked in or not, is right below the picture under the time card tab, I see the date, my end time, and it says clocked in. This is also a way that I can know that I'm clocked in. And this is how the time card looks like. So for example, let's see, on Friday, February 13th, we can tell that Robert clocked in at 8:02 in the morning, then he clocked out at 11:05, most likely he took a break, then he clocked back in at 1:39 PM, and finally, he clocked out at 6:40. It gives you the total amount of hours per time stamp, and per day.