Weekly Update #138
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Weekly Update #138

Hello FieldClock Users!

Welcome to the first newsletter of 2021! We hope that you all had an enjoyable and safe New Year, and are excited for what's to come this year in FieldClock.

On to the update.

New Webpage: Blog

Last week we announced our new public site overhaul, and this week we're excited to reveal another facet of the new site: the blog! Previously, our blog page was quite outdated and seldom maintained, but we've since overhauled and revamped it entirely. We will also be posting to it frequently, so please keep an eye out (more to come on this).

FieldClock Blog

We currently have two blog 'sections', News and Tutorials:

News:

The News section will provide general FieldClock updates. Our weekly Newsletter (what you're reading now) will also start appearing in this section.

Tutorials:

The Tutorials section will offer various tutorials for accomplishing specific tasks within FieldClock, our first of which is how to handle Sick Leave / Vacation Pay. Please note that this isn't replacing our Help Center, but simply providing an additional avenue of awareness about something. If we add a new Help Article, or modify and existing one, we may post about it here as an 'update'.

Upcoming Releases

  • Equipment tracking
  • SMS end of day summaries
  • ACH payments
  • Activity logging
  • Revamped control panel
  • Bulk-employee editing at Jobs
  • Enhanced Employee filtering / reporting

Did You Know…

The Non-Productive Time Report can be used to easily generate and review data based on Breaks for a given day.

Non-productive Time Report

The Report can be generated for a specific day, and will display (as well as provide a link for) each job in the given list. Additionally, the name of the Break will be displayed, along with its begin and end time.

Friendly Reminders

  • If data is still syncing or has not synced, do not sign out of the mobile app - data will be lost!
  • Please remember to check for device as well as FieldClock updates

Until next week!

Best Regards,
The FieldClock Team