The TrackTime24 application enables the use of an automatic time snapping of the Clock In & Clock Out. This allows you to eliminate the so-called "Minutes" of working time.

Time snapping

The option is available in Organization settings (account icon in the upper right corner) > Automation section on the left side.
Enabling the option in the "Time snapping" section will activate additional options to choose from.



Options available:
Shift’s planned start time - Allow to snap Clock In to planned start time in schedule.



Shift’s planned end time - Allow to snap Clock Out to planned end time in schedule.



Time rounding - Allow to snap events to the set interval (whole day).



How to interval works (third option)?
➡️ Interval 30min divides each hour of the day into 2 intervals, that is 8:00-8:30 first interval, 8:30-9:00 second interval, etc.
➡️ Interval for event Clock In rounds event forward to the nearest end of the interval.
➡️ Interval dla zdarzenia Clock Out rounds event back to the nearest start of the interval.

Time setting options:
Time window - refers to event Clock In i Clock Out when choosing the option to snap to the work schedule.
Half the time window - applies to the selected time above and divides it in half and sets this half of the time to the tolerances below - disable this option to set your own tolerances below.
Rounding value - refers to event Clock In i Clock Out when choosing intervals.
Half the rounding value - applies to the selected time above and divides it in half and sets this half of the time to the tolerances below - disable this option to set your own tolerances below.
Lateness tolerance - refers event Clock In for the benefit of the employee.
Early exit tolerance - refers event Clock Out for the benefit of the employee.

💡 Examples of the time snapping, system will display after selecting the appropriate times in the settings.

Additionally, for illustration, an example below:
✨ An interval of 30 minutes with the set tolerance of Clock-in tolerance and Clock-out tolerance for 15 minutes:

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