Depending on the option you selected when provisioning your CloudClock, employees may be allowed to use QR codes to scan in and out via the CloudClock.
You’ll need to assign and print a QR card for each employee who will be using this login method with the CloudClock. The cards will be generated, six per page, in a PDF. You might want to procure special card stock to use when printing the cards.
Also, if an employee loses their card or it was stolen, you’ll probably want to assign them a new QR code when you print their new card.
To assign and print new codes, in your Replicon web instance:
If an employee damages their card, but it’s not lost, you’ll probably want to print them a new card using their existing QR code, instead of assigning a new code.
To do this, in your Replicon web instance:
A new card using the user's existing code will be printed.
If your company designs QR cards using a third-party application, you can download PNG versions of the QR code images to use when creating the cards.
To download QR code image files:
Select the check box next to the name of each employee who needs a code. Click the QR Code button and select the Generate option. Then, select Generate Only.
This will assign a QR code to each employee.
A PNG file will be created for each code.
You might need to remove an employee's QR code if they are moved from a team that uses CloudClock to one that does not. If an employee is leaving your company, you can simply disable them and they won’t be able to use their QR code anymore.
To remove a QR code:
If you need to see what QR code is assigned to each CloudClock user, QR Code and QR Creation Date columns are available in:
This option is useful to companies that need to generate cards using a third part application, based on QR code digits.
Generating a code means you’re assigning a new code to an employee, whereas you can only download an existing code that has already been assigned.
You can export these using reports based on the User template.