Clock InDashboard > Clock In

iPoint tracks time in two methods: Time Clock, used for tracking payroll hours, and Job Time, used for tracking time worked on Proposals, Sales Orders, and Work Orders. To read about entering Job Time, visit Work Orders > Details or Proposals.

Setup & Use

Typically, the Time Clock is used for hourly employees and is activated on a user by user basis in Settings > Users > General by marking the   Use hourly timeclock option.

Clock In button
Once this option is activated, the user will see a green Clock In button in the lower right corner of the dashboard. The button also displays the amount of time that has been logged in the current time period.

Pressing the button will present a pop-up window detailing the date and time that the user clocked in on the Time Clock. It also turns the button blue as a visual indicator that time is being tracked.

Clock Out button
The blue Clock Out button also shows the amount of time that has been tracked. Pressing this button will stop the time from being tracked, and again the user will be presented with a confirmation window showing the clock-out date and time.

Time Clock ModuleTime Clock Module

All of the time entries are stored in the Time Clock module which is found on the dashboard as illustrated to the right.

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Time Clock > MainTime Clock > Main

Time Entries

Clicking on the Time Clock module reveals a list of time entries. The list of times visible to a specific user is defined in Settings > Permission Sets.

  • Standard Users will be able to view their time only. Other users’ times will not be visible.
  • Users with Admin access will see all active employees times

The list shows

  • Name – of the employee/user
  • Hours This Week – how many hours have been logged for the current week
  • Last Clock In – shows the last date and time when the user clocked in on the dashboard
  • Clock In/Clock Out button – Administrators can clock other users in and out from this view.

Clicking on an individual’s time opens the Employee Time Record which is described below.

The View My Time button displays the list of each of your historical time entries.

And as you can imagine, the Show All button will display all employees in the Time Entries list. When clicking the Show All button you will be prompted to see inactive users as well. This lets you view employees who are no longer with the company but you may need to see their historical hours. – New in 10.0316

Pro Tip: Entries that do not have seconds are most likely a manual entry. While entries with seconds are likely entered by pressing one of the system’s Clock In/Out buttons.


Time Clock > View My TimeTime Clock > View My Time

Employee Time Record

For more information on an employee’s time records, simply click the employee you would like more information on and it will open a window with detailed information for that employee. With the proper Permissions, you can edit an employee’s time entries by selecting the time entry and changing the values.

  • The >> arrows next to the name at the top will allow you to scroll through each employee.
  • The pencil icon opens a Time Record Log where you can get details about who created the time entry and when it was created.
  • The red “X” can be used to delete a Time record.
  • To create a new entry click the New Record and enter time entries manually.

Employees can also label their time type by using the Type drop-down menu. These types can be customized in Settings > Pop-Up Lists > Time Clock Type.

This screen will also allow you to see the location of each Clock in and Clock Out. The GPS In field next to the hours worked shows the GPS coordinates when the employee clocked in. And the GPS Out field contains the GPS location when they clocked out. You can also use the map buttons to show you a map along with the address (if available) of the location.

In some cases, there may not be a GPS location. This can be due to a couple of reasons.

  1. The iOS device did not have a cellular connection, which is used to track the location.
  2. GPS tracking is turned off on the device.
  3. The time was entered manually, in which case iPoint does not capture GPS coordinates.
  4. The time was entered on a computer, which does not track GPS location.

Note: Users will see the past 90 days’ worth of time entries when they view their individual time clock records. Administrators will see the entire time entry history.: New in 9.0708

Training Video

iPoint Version: 10.0316
Last modified: 19 Mar 2021

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