Understand Who's checked in? tab

Modified on Wed, 14 Jun, 2023 at 1:35 PM

The "Who's checked in" tab will allow you to see a summary of an employee's status on a specific date and time. This includes all your employee's data related to check-in (status), time offs, and bank holidays, among others. You will be able to check, the current status but also the status from past days and times.

To enable this feature, go to Attendance> Settings> Overview and click on the gray button to blue, you can also set a time range for employees to check in late.

Once it is activated, you can go to  Attendance > Who's checked in?

You have two views: 


Grid view

The Grid view of Presence Summary looks like this:

Use the top and the left side filters to show the results accordingly.

  • Top filters: at the top, you will be able to filter the results according to work schedule, date, time, and status. Note: Make sure to always click REFRESH after choosing the filters you want to apply.
  • Left side filters: at the right side of the screen, you will find the standard filters Kenjo offers (by company, office, division, department, and team).

Each card offers different information:

  • Colors: the color is related to the status of the time off. The legend is located at the bottom of the screen. 

  • Top left icon: offers information on the work schedule time:

  • Top right icon: offers information on time off or another type of non-working days

  • User information: shows the Picture, Name, and Position of the employee.
  • Check-in time: only appears if it exists for the selected date and time. 

Note: If an employee has a fixed working schedule but has checked in late, the color of the card will change to dark green (see legend) AND a special icon with a tooltip will appear to show how many minutes late the employee was when he/she checked in. In this case. Carolyn James was 15 minutes late.

The table view

The filters, the information about the schedule, the check-ins, and the colors follow the same pattern as for the grid view. Only the layout varies.

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