Approve timesheets

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→basically it's about approval of timesheets having an option to walk through the unapproved sheets instead of going back to main screen everytime
→ill explain
→1. Go to Approvals tab
→2. Select one of the timesheets yet to be approved
→3. Select either one of the options "Approve / Reject" etc
→4. Now you should have the option to select next user without having to go back to main approval screen (For example using "next" links
→that would make life much easier for ppl who use this functionality
→do you understand?
RepliconSupport: Alright I understand what you say however when we click on the Approval tabs then we do have an option to put checkmarks beside the timesheets and approve them together
→yes i understand but the one that approves the timesheets still needs to know whether the timesheet needs to be approved, only way to do that is opening the timesheets in the first place
→than the same person has to go back and click on next user
RepliconSupport: I understand what you are saying
→it wouold be much easier to just have a "next" option once you open an time that needs to be approved
→how can Replicon assist in this?
RepliconSupport: I understand
RepliconSupport: Well currently we do not have that option
RepliconSupport: You can raise a suggestion
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Mustafa Benali

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Posted 5 years ago

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Richard, Official Rep

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Official Response
This is great feedback.  Helping people get their work done faster and more accurately is a top priority for us.

We have been working improving the time collection side of the timesheet, improving performance, configuration, and adding autosave support.  The next step is to improve timesheet approvals.  The performance improvements will help approvals, but workflow improvements like you suggest will make a bigger difference.  For reviewing the details of each timesheet, not having to go back to the list would significantly reduce the steps involved.  We will have to explore this idea when updating the approval flow.