15 votesMorgan Cassady responded
Thanks for the great suggestion! Let’s let folks vote with you on this idea, and our development team can look to add it to ClockShark in a future update if it gathers support. Of course, if you have any other suggestions or ideas, please just let me know @ firstname.lastname@example.org. :)
Be able to run a job report--ie for payroll or hourly budget reasons when a job has already been deactivated. Instead now you have to go back into a closed job, activate it, run a report go back in and deactivate it again.
The ability to still print a report on a job even though it has been de-activated. Alot of times we close/de-activate a job because we are physically done with the job but then need to go back and look at hours on the job.
Thanks for sharing your support for this idea here! As support continues to mount for this idea, our development team will plan how to bring this to you in ClockShark. :)
Reading this idea, and all the comments below, I can see that the consensus is that administrators would like a way to designate an Off/Holiday/PTO day, without having to insert any time for an employee. Currently, in ClockShark there is an available workaround that’s equivalent to the feature being requested.
If you’d like to see how to designate that an employee will be taking (or took) a day off, Morgan from our Customer Success team explains how to do that here: https://soapbox.wistia.com/videos/SkNhqgi9Kc
Feel free to let me know if this video is helpful, or if you have any other suggestions/ideas regarding how we can improve ClockShark for you. I love hearing your ideas.
Some way to log a vacation day on the system.