Enhanced Leave Deduction Rules Function with Parent and Child Leave Types



Introduction
The parent and child leave types features is allowing new leave type application to deduct the balance from any chosen leave type, e.g. Emergency leave that deducts the balance from Annual. Hence, users will be able to use two or more leave types under the same leave balance. With this new feature, TimeTec Leave becomes more convenient for the staff. 

Process
A) LEAVE TYPE
Leave Setting> Leave Type
Leave type that can be made using parent and child leave types:

1. Emergency leave - Emergency leave which is leave with pay, not to exceed three days, and can be granted for absence from work for an emergency in an employee's immediate family. Time taken from work for emergency leave is not to be charged against the employee in any way.

2. Special leave - Special Leave is an arrangement granted to an employee who needs to be absent from work during working hours which do not come under other types of leave.


Add / Edit leave type as parent leave type:


B) USER SETTING
User> Manage User> User Leave Settings
Display child leave type at Allowance:






Display child leave type at Balance:





C) LEAVE WIZARD
Leave Wizard> Leave Type
Display child leave type and Leave Wizard


Leave Overview> Leave Application view:


Leave Overview> Leave Application web view:


Leave Report> User Leave Summary report view:


Note: If any of the screenshots or steps in this manual are different from the current system, it is due to our continuous effort to improve our system from time to time. Please notify us at info@timeteccloud.com. We will update it as soon as possible.







TA 200 Plus Wifi Setup



Introduction
FingerTec offers an array of time attendance devices to fulfill the market's requirements. However, on top of the various selection, there are select devices customizable to the client's specific requirements such as adding a Wi-Fi. To get your device customized, please do not forget to mention to our sales team beforehand so we can prepare it right before shipping the device to you. Unfortunately, there are circumstances when you need to add Wi-Fi after you have shipped to the device to you so here is how to configure your WiFi on one of our customizable readers, TA200 Plus Wi-Fi.

Note: Not all FingerTec devices can be customized for Wi-Fi. Find out FingerTec devices that can in the following link HERE!

Process

A - Wi-Fi Setup
1. Check out available wireless within your network range from your device. Go to Menu> Comm. > Wireless LAN. TA200 plus Wi-Fi can only support 2.4 GHz Network band. Therefore, Wi-Fi that uses 5.0 GHz network band will not be visible or connected to the device.


2. Use the navigation key to select your Wi-Fi. Press M key to set up the Wi-Fi.


3. Refer to the table below for the security settings supported by the device. These settings have been set up on the server. Thus, it is advisable to consult an IT person for details on these settings.

Settings
SSID
Wifi name
Network type
Infra
Adhoc
AuthMode
Open
Open
Shared
SHARED
WEPAUTO
WEPAUTO
WPAPSK
WPANONE
WPA2PSK
Encrypt Mode
AES
WEP
TKIP
NONE
Password
Space not available
IP Address
Manual
DHCP

4. By default, the keypad is in numeric keypad for you to insert the password. However, you may change it to the alphabet by pressing the * button and press the number according to the alphabet that you need. If your password requires a symbol, press the * button again. If you need more symbols, click on the right button to view other selection. Please bear in mind that space is not an option for the password.


Alphabet


Symbols


5. IP Address selection will be either in Manual or DHCP. If you select Manual, you need to fill up all the details as shown below. For DHCP, you are not required to manually assign an IP address.


6. When you have completed the settings, restart the device to ensure that the changes take effect on the device.

7. In the DHCP setting, the device will take a few minutes to boot up. For Manual setting, the device will boot as usual.

B - Test connection

TA200 plus Wi-Fi does not show any signal bar on the desktop. To test your Wi-Fi, you need to follow the following steps:

1. Connect your PC to the same Wi-Fi network that your device is connected to.


2. Use command prompt to ping device IP address. If the DHCP is set, go to Menu> Comm> Wi-Fi setup. You will see a new IP address for that, already assigned by DHCP. If it shows the IP address not available, please check your Settings.



Here is an example, if you are confused about the Wi-Fi security settings.

1. By using the Pc that is already connected to the targeted Wi-Fi, go to Control Panel> All Control Panel Items> Network and Sharing Center> click connection of connected Wi-Fi network> WIFI status> Wireless Property> security.



2. Follow the security setting based on the steps above.
Setting


SSID
Timetec

Network type
Infra

AuthMode
WPA2PSK

Encrypt Mode
AES

Password
Abcdf123

IP Address
Manual
DHCP

Table 2

3. Go to menu> comm. > Wireless LAN



4. Select target Wifi SSID (TimeTec)> set security settings by referring to table 2. Press (M / <-) button, save and restart the device.



5. After the device boots up, go to Menu> Comm. > Wi-Fi Setup. You can see the device Ip Address that is already assigned by the server. (192.168.4.225)


6. You can check the device connectivity by pinging device Ip Address.

Note: If any of the screenshots or steps in this manual are different from the current system, it is due to our continuous effort to improve our system from time to time. Please notify us at info@timeteccloud.com. We will update it as soon as possible.


OFIS Scanner for Fingerprint Template Registration and Time Attendance Device for Clocking Verification (OFIS TA) in TCMS v3/Ingress



Introduction
With OFIS scanner, users can perform fingerprint template registration in TCMS v3 / Ingress or use the OFIS scanner as a Time Attendance Device for verification (OFIS TA). The following will explain the steps and procedure to either use the OFIS scanner device as fingerprint template registrations or as a Time Attendance Device (OFIS TA).

First of all, download and Install OFIS Scanner Driver and Ofis Client Driver from the below links:
Important Note: During the installation of the driver, please make sure that you right click and run as administrator.

Once finished, please restart your PC and after the restart, you need to plug in the OFIS scanner until you hear a short "Beep" sound from the scanner, as a sign of successful activation.

Fingerprint Template Registration in TCMS V3 / Ingress
After you have plugged in the OFIS scanner, you can register the fingerprint template of the user in TCMS V3 or Ingress without adding the OFIS scanner in the Device Module. Go to Users Module and select Registration.

Select the User ID, Fingerprint algorithm and finger to be registered. Click Save.



Time Attendance Device for Clocking Verification (OFIS TA)
If you want to use the OFIS scanner as a verification device for the user, you have to add and activate the device in the Device module. Once the OFIS scanner has been successfully added and activated as OFIS TA, the device will act as a Time Attendance device for verification of the users.

Go to Monitoring Module> Click OFIS TA> and if the verification is successful, the data will be recorded as a clocking data for users that are verified. Single "Beep" sound from the scanner remarks the user fingerprint is able to be verified and double "Beep" sound from the scanner notifies that the user has failed to verify.


You may check this user clocking data is already saved in the data audit list as the clocking data of the user.

Note: If any of the screenshots or steps in this manual are different from the current system, it is due to our continuous effort to improve our system from time to time. Please notify us at info@timeteccloud.com. We will update it as soon as possible.





How To Turn On Resident Approval Rules For Management Via i-Neighbor Web



Introduction
In the previous post of i-Neighbour App, we have highlighted how an owner can invite his family members or tenants into their neighbourhood via a mobile app. This document explains the procedures for the management to approve the owner invitation to his family members or tenants as residents in a neighbourhood via i-Neighbour Web Application. These procedures prevent the resident from inviting an unwanted or uninvited person. A resident needs approval from the management before they can send an invitation link to the invitees. Below are some of the steps that you can take to enable the Resident Approval Rules.

Here are some steps:

Go to Neighborhood> Manage Unit.

Choose Resident Listing tab and click on the setting button on the right screen.

Click 'Enable' to turn on the Resident Approval Rules.

A successful message will be prompted.

From the owner screen, the following message will be displayed once the owner submits the
Add Resident procedure. Click OK to proceed.
Note: Owner has to contact the management office for further action.

Click the Approval button to view the list of the submissions.


Select Unit No. and choose whether to approve or reject the submission.


Once the management has approved the submission, a successful message will be prompted.


The submission status will be changed to "Pending Activation".

The owner then can share the link to his invitees and ready for account activation.

If you are still having problems after completing all of the steps stated above, please contact us via support@i-neighbour.com.

Note: If some of the screenshots or steps viewed here are different from the ones in the current system, this is due to our continuous effort to improve our system from time to time. Please notify us at info@i-neighbour.com, we will update it as soon as possible.

How To Change Mobile ID For i-Neighbour App



Introduction
Mobile ID refers to a user's digital identity, and the technology used to manage it, in the hyper-connected world of smartphones, tablets and any other wearable technology. The Mobile ID is very important to prevent the user ID and password to be stolen by another person logging in using a different device. The following screen shows the message that will be displayed whenever the user tries to log in from a different device.

However, if the phone's owner wants to change his mobile phone device but use the same user ID and password for the i-Neighbor App, the management can enable the existing Mobile ID to be used into another device. This document explains how to enable the Mobile ID via the i-Neighbor web application.

Here are the steps:
Go tp Neighborhood> Mobile ID.

Choose Residents tab

The gray marker is a mobile id that has not been shared, while the blue sign is a mobile id that has been shared. Click on share mobile id to turn on.

A confirmation message will appear and click on Yes.

If you are still having problems after completing all of the steps stated above, please contact us via support@i-neighbour.com.

Note: If some of the screenshots or steps viewed here are different from the ones in the current system, this is due to our continuous effort to improve our system from time to time. Please notify us at info@i-neighbour.com we will update it as soon as possible.