Changing the Hours Per Day under a user's profile:

  • Log into Web TimeSheet with administrative rights.
  • Click the Administration icon at the top.
  • Select Users from the left pane, under the Users/Departments category.
  • Pick the user for whom the Hours Per Day need to be updated, from the List Users section.
  • Click the Edit button (represented by a notepad and pencil icon) next to the user name.
  • Select the Advanced tab and scroll down to the bottom of the page.
  • Click Edit Historical Hours Per Day in the Hours Per Day section, under the Other category.
  • Update the right Hours Per Day next to the Initial Value (Initial Value is the Start Date of the user, set in Web TimeSheet) or click Add Hours Per Day in-order to update the right Hours Per Day with a new Effective Date.
  • Click Done.
  • Click Save at the bottom.

Updating all of the user's past time off bookings with the right Hours Per Day:

  • Note that the past time off bookings submitted by the user need to be opened again for the new Hours Per Day change to take effect otherwise there will be a discrepancy in the user's time off balances for the different time off types or time off codes.
  • Click the Administration icon at the top menu bar.
  • Select Historical Time Off from the left pane, under the Shortcuts category.
  • Type the user's first or last name in the Search box on this page.
  • Click Search. The search results appear at the Historical Time Off Bookings section which is to the right hand side.
  • The Historical Time Off Bookings section will list all of the user's past and future time off bookings.
  • Click the View Time Off Booking button (represented by a notepad & magnifying glass icon) next to one of the user's time off booking. The Time Off Booking page appears.
  • Click the Edit button on this page.
  • Click the Submit Changes button again. The List Historical Time Off Bookings page appears.
  • Repeat this process for all of the user's time off bookings.
  • Run the Time Off History report to review the changes.