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    I would suggest a per individual admin capability to automatically clock a person out like when they turn off their GPS, except triggered by their turning off their phone. This is a favorite way one of our employees is dodging getting tracked and I would only suggest turning this trigger on in unique situations, for certain individuals that we know have problems not wanting to be tracked and accountable. I realize that this "turned off mobile" situation might be hard for ClockShark to discern from poor GPS signal but defaulting to turning off in some cases would be preferable. ClockShark could do a certain number of quarter-hour pings and if the mobile is not found, then turn it off FOR THOSE INDIVIDUALS.

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    I would also suggest that we have the per individual employee admin capability to automatically clock a person out like when they turn off their GPS, except triggered by going to certain "dead spots" which is like when they go home during the day one or several times and forget to clock out. This would cleanly define times when they're not working (which in our case is dependent on being on-site) and give us a handle on many hours of misreported time.

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    11 comments  ·  ClockShark Website » Timesheets & Time Entry  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hey everyone, thanks for all the votes and comments for this idea!

    This idea in particular is a little tricky because it is a big change that can affect lots of aspects across the entire platform. But as we grow we will continue to assess the ways that we can meet the needs of our users.

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    2 comments  ·  ClockShark Website » Timesheets & Time Entry  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hey there, thank you for sharing your idea, and allowing folks to have a forum to support and vote for it.

    For some greater feedback and to clarify, would the admin be clocking the employee in via the website? I could see that as an option.

    As far as your other suggestion goes, you can actually clock employees out from the website. If you head to the Who’s Working Now screen there is a little “x” in the corner of the employee’s card on the left and you can use this to clock them out.

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    4 comments  ·  ClockShark Website » Reports  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hey everyone, just wanted to let you know that this something we are currently researching and planning to build and release soon! Keep a look out!

    Let us know if there are any specific formatting or grouping requirements you would like as well.

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    Thanks for the idea, Bruno. We’ll definitely consider this. Up until now, preventing an employee from clocking in because of their location is a little squirrelly for both parties. So we have a created a conservative in-between.

    Currently, you can set up Out of Bounds alerts in ClockShark that will alert you if an employee is clocking in/out from outside the GPS Fence. Let me share an article on how to set that up: http://help.clockshark.com/knowledgebase/articles/1135408-using-gps-fence-geofencing

    Out of Bounds alerts will make you aware anytime an employee clocks time when they’re not on the jobsite. We’ll keep our eyes on this idea’s feedback to see if that setting needs to be more restrictive. Keep on voting, folks.

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