Clock Me In: Managing kiosks as an admin via the app

Overview

As an organisation, by using time and attendance software, your managers and admins can track and monitor when your employees start and stop work each day. This is important in a large workforce, or a business utilising shift workers, as keeping track of a large labour pool can be very time-consuming.

The Kiosk Management function on the Clock Me In App allows you to set up a new kiosk and include details such as the name, location and if employees need to take a photo to clock in and out. You can also use this feature to edit any details if they need changing. You will need to have enabled Admin Mode first before you can access this feature.

Important

You can grant your managers access to the admin portal via the Custom User Management feature. To read further information on this feature, refer to the following article.

Availability

Payroll Plan:   Standard   Premium

Getting started

This following premise will walk you through how to add a new kiosk via the app. You will need to have enabled Admin Mode first before you can access this feature.

Add a kiosk
  1. Tap the   Add button.
    Kiosk_1.jpg
  2. Complete the following fields:
    • Name.
    • Location.
    • Time zone.
  3. Choose whether to enable the following settings:
    • Allow higher classification selection.
    • Capture photo when clocking on and off.
    • Restrict employee to approved location only.
    • Make this kiosk available to all restricted users with CMI access.
    • Allow rostered times to be applied when clock on and off.
  4. Click the Save button.
    Kiosk_2.jpg

Maintain

This following premise will walk you through how to edit a kiosk via the app. You will need to have enabled Admin Mode first before you can access this feature.

Edit a kiosk
  1. Tap the   Settings button.
  2. Tap the Edit Kiosk button.
    Kiosk_3.jpg
  3. Make the required changes and click the Save button.
    Kiosk_4.jpg

Author recommended

So you have now managed your kiosks and you are now wondering what next can I do. There are two recommendations I would make on this front and they are:

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