Release notes Mar 25 - Apr 7 2019

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In the past two weeks, we updated Replicon CloudClock, launched auto-save comments and row delete confirmation for timesheets, and added a new raw timesheet data report. Plus, we released a new integration, two new pay rules, and fixed a couple of issues.

Auto-save of timesheet comments and cell-level custom fields

You may have noticed that any comments or cell-level custom field values you enter in configurable timesheets are now saved automatically.



Users can click Ok to close the dialog, but comments are saved even if they don’t click that button.

Previously, if a user navigated away from the comments bubble without saving, the entry was lost.

Confirmation when deleting a timesheet row

A confirmation dialog will now display if you attempt to delete a configurable timesheet row that includes entry data. This helps prevent users from accidentally deleting data they’ve entered.



Raw time entry report

Our new Time Entry Details report template will be useful to anyone who wants to export raw timesheet data from Replicon. It includes the Entry ID field, that you can use to track timesheet entries.




Along with raw entry data, the report includes basic fields that apply to the whole timesheet, such as approval status fields, and it also includes time off entries.



Zendesk integration

We now offer an out of the box integration with Zendesk. This integration allows you to transfer organizations to Replicon as clients and tickets as projects. Then, you can use Replicon to record time against those projects, track project progress, and carry out billing.

Refer to Transferring Data from Zendesk for more information about using this integration.

Update to CloudClock

Replicon CloudClock for iOS 3.0.71.0 is now available in the App store. It includes bug fixes.

Improvements


Fixed issues

  • For projects billed using a daily rate, estimated billable amounts (allocated hours/hours per day*daily rate) that display on the project page and in reports are erroneously calculated assuming the rate is hourly (allocated hours*daily rate)
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Click here for a summary of new features added to Replicon in the past six months.
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