Temperature Remark – How Users Can Input Body Temperature in TimeTec TA using Web & App

Thursday, January 21, 2021 FingerTec 0 Comments



Introduction
TimeTec introduced the Health Screening feature in TimeTec TA in 2020 amid the pandemic. To access the temperature data, go to Attendance > Health Screening. You can also review the records at Report > Health Screening > “Health Screening Report”/ “Monthly Health Screening Summary”.
Now users can key in the temperature data when they clock-in using the web and mobile App. 
The Admin needs to enable the Temperature Remark setting at the System Settings page to enable this function. Once turned on, the temperature field is optional for users. 

Process
A. System Settings - Added Temperature Remark Setting
1. This process is accessible by TimeTec TA Admin only. Go to COMPANY > System Settings 


2. Turn on the Temperature Remark and click the tick button to save.

B. Insert Body Temperature Data in Web Clocking 
1. On the user’s clocking page, fill in body temperature data, password and click Clocking
Note: Please ensure the user is enabled for Web Clocking to submit Body Temperature

2. The below pop-up will appear once the clocking is done

C. Insert Body Temperature Data in Mobile App
1. Tap on the GPS icon to clock-In.

2. Key in the body temperature and submit.

D. Data Audit List – Displays All Temperature 
1. This is how the temperature data displayed on the Data Audit List module. Temperatures that exceed the threshold will be displayed in red


E. Health Screening Report 
1. Go to REPORT > Health Screening > Health Screening Report. You can select 
the option to include Mobile Clocking or Web Clocking, or both.

2. Below is an example of the Health Screening Report 


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@timeteccloud.com, we will update it as soon as possible.


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