Release notes Aug 7 - Aug 13 2017

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This week, we added some new options to the Above Scheduled Hours timesheet validation rule, made a couple of improvements, and fixed some issues.

New options in the Above Scheduled Hours validation rule

We’ve added some additional parameters to our Above Scheduled Hours validation rule, which compares hours entered in a timesheet to the number of hours a user has been scheduled to work that week.

Now, you can choose to include or exclude break and holiday hours in the total hours that are compared to the schedule. If you don't change these options, breaks and holiday hours continue to be included by default. The holiday hours option can be useful if employees are paid for both scheduled holiday hours and for any hours they work on a holiday.

Plus, if you choose to include time off as part of the validated hours, you can now choose to exclude one or more time off types from the validation. For example, you could choose to exclude any hours entered against the holiday time off type, but include all other types of time off.


  • We’ve added groups fields to the Resource report template
  • When you delete a single shift from a schedule, you’ll now have a chance to confirm the deletion

Fixed issues

  • If you over-allocate days in a configurable timesheet with Timesheet Distribution Grid + In/Out Times + Allocation components, the Allocation Matches Allocation Categories validation rule may not give an error warning or prevent submission
  • Customers with only QuickStart products may not be able to add new users from the Administration > Users page
  • You can’t select departments using the Department filter in the Punch Timesheet report template
  • If Replicon is set to use Japanese and you assign a shift to a user, an error occurs

Click here for a summary of new features added to Replicon in the past six months.
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