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Batch edit start/stop times by timesheet
Batch edit start/stop times by timesheet

Bulk adding start and stop times/ adding total hours for historic shifts

Iwona Jakobczyk avatar
Written by Iwona Jakobczyk
Updated over a week ago

This article will show you how to alter or amend shifts worked in the past. The batch edit screen allows you to add hours in bulk by site, worker name or by timesheet. The below steps will instruct you on how to add hours by timesheet

Step 1 : Select the "Attendance" tab, then select "Batch edit start/stop times"

Step 2 : View Preferences - On the batch edit timesheets screen you can choose to add the start and stop times of the shift or add the total hours worked for a shift. For total hours worked JoinedUp will use the planned start time as the actual start and populate the end time based on the shift's total hours. 

To alter the view preferences select the settings cog in the right hand corner. Here you will see the options "Stop time" or "Duration in hours": choose your preferred method and select save. 

Step 3 : Use the drop down boxes on the left hand side to filter by branch, organisation, site and/or template, then select the shift week you would like to add hours for. 

Step 4 : Only workers with planned shifts will be listed. To add a worker timesheet select "+ Add timesheet", this which will open a separate window. 

Step 5 : Select and input the details relating to the missing workers' shifts, i.e. organisation, site, template (rate card) and worker name. Then select "Add Timesheet". A row will be added for the worker and you can create shifts on the relevant days.

Step 6 : Select the appropriate cell to add hours. You can input start/stop time or total hours worked depending on the view preference you have chosen. Once completed select save changes on the bar below. 

If the actual start time of the shift is different to the planned start time this will be indicated in purple. 

Click the 'i' in the top right hand corner for more information about that particular shift. 

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