Time Clock | Offline Mode

1) What is the timeclock offline mode and why is this important
2) What does the timeclock look like in offline mode
3) What happens when internet access is restored

 

1) What is the timeclock offline mode and why is this important?

The easyemployer timeclock can function without the internet for limited periods of time. This means that if your internet connection drops out for a short period of time, the time clock will cache shifts, start time, breaks and end times.


NOTE: If you have shifts clocked in offline mode, do not close the timeclock down or restart the device, this can cause the cache to be cleared by the device, resulting in the cached data to be lost.

NOTE: Removing the cache will remove the shifts clocked "in offline mode" and will not be uploaded.


 

 

2) What does the timeclock look like in offline mode.

Offline mode is indicated by by the following icon in the top left hand corner:

Time_clock_offline2.png

 

 

3) What happens when internet access is restored.

The easyemployer timeclock will begin to "sync" the cached data back to "the cloud". This means that cached data (e.g. a clock on for the morning which is currently cached data, and is being synced) will be visible in easyemployer (e.g. via the web page) in a few minutes after internet access to the easyemployer timeclock is restored.

Sync activity is indicated by by the following icon in the top left hand corner:

Time_clock_offline2.png

 

 

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