Timecard Input Ability for Editing by Standard User
I have set up a user that has Standard Level permission at the Co. Level and that user CANNOT edit their time at the Co. Level Timecard as you incorrectly state in your response to this that you can.
The link does show how to set up the Timecard but is silent on Standard user editing.
This function is critical to be enabled for "Standard" users to be able to edit their own time before completing a week of time input and then submititng it for review and approval.
Timecard input by employees is critical for labor productivity reporting relative to quantity input that we've been told is coming soon from Procore, so getting this corrected will be a key to the success of that roll-out, as well.
Heather Thomasson commented
Granular Permissions for Timesheets. A granular permission for Standard level users to be able to edit other's timesheets in unapproved status.
Morgan Traynor commented
Please build the functionality for Timecard Standard Users to be able to EDIT time at the Portfolio Level. Right now Standard permissions allow for entry, but not editing. (The only editing option is entering the Project > Daily Report). This functionality would make our users' lives so much easier.
Morgan Traynor commented
Standard access for Timecard entry is great, but we also want the Standard user to be able to edit existing week time entries.
Tim Farlow commented
A standard user should be able to edit/change his time already entered (for the CURRENT) week.
A standard user should be able to enter time into FUTURE weeks. For example if he goes on two weeks of vacation, he should be be able to enter this.
Tim Farlow...Compass Construction Resources
Cat Robbins commented
This is a big need! Having to have an Admin edit every time standard user makes a mistake is time wasted. And setting employees as Admin is risky because they can adjust someone else's timecard & no one would even know.
Alex Smallbone commented
We agree with these comments. We would like to see:
1. Standard level users ability to edit their entries from the company level Timecard tool.
2. Submit button to issue the weekly Timesheet to a manager for review and/or approval.
3. Ability for standard level users to edit the Project from an entry so when "Copy hours from previous week" is used the project can be easily changed.
Please review and implement.
Jason Stokes commented
We also need our Staff to be able to edit their own timesheets, in case an error is made.
In the time card section if someone makes a mistake it seems that you can not go back an edit your entries. for instance: i forgot to add a Cost Code to one of my entries. i would like to go back and add it.
James Medders commented
Employees need to be able to edit their time entry(s) to make corrections, etc. prior to the end of a reporting period. Currently, Admin level security is needed to be able to edit time card entries. Granular permission to edit personal time card entry and daily log - time card entry from Standard permission level is needed.
Katie Power commented
Timecard – A Standard permission level would allow everyone to create their own time. However, in order to Edit Timecard Entries, user must have Admin level. One simple result of that requirement is that if someone makes a time entry on a given day & makes a simple keying error and saves, they can’t fix their error. I’d like to give Standard permission but have users be able to edit their own time entry. A granular permission would work very well for this- a company level granular permission for the timecard tool to allow a standard level user the ability to edit their own entry.
Jeff Barber commented
Create a granular control options so employee can edit their notes or cost code for a time entry under standard permissions
Eric Rose commented
Allow an employee to edit/correct their own timecard during the pay period. Currently an employee cannot fix an entry error at all, they ought to be able to edit delete and re enter as needed during the current time period and it should not require admin permissions.