There are a bunch of enhancements and work in here including integrations. Items of note include changes to integration to allow dealing with passing half pay and double pay leave via integration and new plant views on timesheets, plant sheets, and reports.
A nice little release if I may say so myself. Great additions to the penalty and auto-allowance condition triggers, new reports, lots of tidying up, and let’s not forget, custom widgets and deduct breaks directly from timecards.
We made it. There were so many parts to this version that we worried we might not hit the monthly release target on this one. So many little things including the quick tasks to counter some of the things we introduced in Aluminium 2.00. We hope you find something here to delight you. My personal favourite is a tiny tweak to the schedule labels.
The key functionality released in this version is actually secret, not because we don’t want to share but because it is all stuff that happens behind the scenes: framework upgrades, performance enhancements, and stuff like that.
The key functionality released in this version is new options for users who record time against work orders and who also work across midnight (start in one day and finish in another), and additional triggers for auto-allowances. There is a bunch of other functionality there as well. Check it out.
In this release, I finally caved in to the demand for an ‘approve all’ button. We released a bunch of new allowance and penalty triggers, made it easier to assign plant items, and a bunch of other stuff. Settle in and read all about it.
This release includes a number of productivity wins and a couple of features for normal users. For payroll managers, allowances can now be set to allow a single allowance request to be split across multiple allowance types and for glide shift schedules to be copied from day to day. For normal users, leave requests can now automatically replace conflicting worked hours. Plus there is some other cool stuff in here.
If you have been thinking about getting online time and leave and workforce reporting underway at your Council in 2023, we have pulled together a guide for you to read before you start planning.
This close to Christmas, there are lots of little things to keep everyone happy. This version of elementTIME also includes some cool functionality, including the ability to post ad hoc allowances to work-orders worked, and the ability to replace already recorded hours with a leave request automatically. Make sure you check out all the little things so they feel important as well.
Look, this release is really about the ability for a user to now have a master (parent) profile and an unlimited number of child profiles. However, there are a bunch of other cool things like syncing pay classes from Authority, and a whole bunch of little tidy up things for the end of the year (including lots of API service changes).
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