Release notes Mar 16 - 22 2020

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This week, we added the ability to mark breaks as paid, added a new timesheet validation rule, made it easier to assign activities to users, and fixed an issue.

Support for paid breaks

You can now designate a break as paid by entering the term paid in the Code field for the break type. We’ve updated the California pay rule to consider paid breaks in overtime calculations.

New timesheet validation rule: Required Rest Days over a Specific Period

This new rule is useful in places like the Netherlands and Austria, where, respectively, at least 13 or 15 Sundays in any 52-week period must be rest days.

The rule allows you to select which day of the week is validated, the minimum number of required rest days, the reference period (years, months, etc), and whether the period is continuous or based on the calendar.


  • It’s now faster and easier to assign activities to a user, because you can now select (or deselect) all options by clicking a link

Fixed issues

  • When using the Project/Task Start & End Dates timesheet validation rule, validation may not be triggered when time is entered beyond the project’s end date

Click here for a summary of new features added to Replicon in the past six months.
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Paula Tannahill, Technical Writer

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