Getting Started Guide

View Time logs

A 'Manager' or an 'Administrator' of the terminal can access the menu to view records of the employee clock times.
This is in the 'Advanced' option of the 'Information' menu.

Follow these steps to access this option:

  1. Press the 'MENU' button if you are not already in the menu.

 

 

Once in the 'Main Menu' you need to go to the 'Information' option.

 

  1. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the 'Informat...' option.
  2. Once it is highlighted press the 'OK' button to enter the Information menu. You can also just press the '4' four button to enter the information menu directly.

 

 

Once you are in the 'Information' menu you will be able to select the 'Advanced' option.

 

  1. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the 'Advanced' option.
  2. Once 'Advanced' is highlighted press the 'OK' button to enter this menu. You can also just press the '3' key to enter the 'Advanced' menu directly.

 

Once you are in 'Advanced' you can go to the 'View Time Log' option.

 

  1. Use the up and down arrow to navigate to the 'View Time Log' option.
  2. Once 'View Time Log' is highlighted then press 'OK' to access this option.

 

You will then be asked to provide information about what periods and users you want to view.

 

  1. Use the up and down arrows to choose the option you want to edit. By default you will be in the 'User ID' field. If you leave this as all '0' zero's then you will be searching all users.
  2. You can use the numbers pad to change the 'User ID' or to change dates etc.
  3. If you want to change the 'Date' setting then first use the arrow keys to move up to the 'All' and once highlighted press the 'OK' button to start editing. You can then use the up and down arrows to change the options based on the details below and then press 'OK' to confirm your changes.
  4. If you are in the 'User ID' field then pressing the 'OK' button will begin the search. In this field you can type in the User ID or just press 'OK' to search.

 

Date Settings

 

> All - This option will not allow you to specify a from and to date and will ignore anything currently listed in those to blocks. It simply searches all time logs on the terminal.

 

> Last Week - This will set the period to the last week of dates and then allow you to search on those. Again you will see no change in the 'From' and 'To' as these are only used when specifying dates.

 

> Last Month - As it suggests this will show you the last months worth of data.

 

> Specify Dates - This option will activate the 'From' and 'To' fields allowing you to key in a date range that you want to see. Once you navigate to the 'From' or 'To' field press 'OK' to begin editing and then 'OK' to confirm your changes.

 

Once you press 'OK' in the 'User ID' field or navigate to 'Search' and press 'OK' you will then see the following list.

 


  1. This will show you the currently highlighted time log and how many time logs are displayed in total.
  2. Each of the Time Logs will be shown in the list.
  3. You can use the up and down arrows to navigate to the different clock times or to view items on the list that do not fit on screen. As you are viewing a list of records there is nothing to do in the list except look at the data.
  4. When you are finished with the list you can press the 'ESC' button on the terminal to exit out of the 'View Time Log' option.