Release notes Mar 26 - Apr 1 2018

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This week, we updated Replicon Mobile for Android, launched facial recognition authentication in our iOS mobile app, and added new options for how hours are allocated across days if a punch crosses midnight.

Update to Mobile for Android

Replicon Mobile for Android 1.0.101.1 is now available in the Play store. It includes the following improvement:


Face ID authentication in Replicon Mobile for iOS

We’ve launched the biometric Face ID option for Replicon Mobile for iOS that we previewed on Dec 7. This option makes logging in faster and easier when you’re on the go.

If you have your face set up, and you’re using iPhone X hardware, you’ll be given the option to use Face ID to log in to Replicon Mobile.



You’ll always have the option of logging in using your Replicon credentials instead.

New options for allocating punch shifts that cross midnight

Currently, if a punch shift crosses midnight, all hours are by default allocated to the first (or leading) day. For example, say a punch user worked from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Jan 2 and 3, all hours are allocated to Jan 2.

But, allocating time to the leading day sometimes causes audit snarl-ups, since the hours don’t appear on the actual day worked. For that reason, some companies want hours to be split across the days. And, some companies want hours allocated to the last day.

So, we’re now offering two new default options, in addition to the existing Leading Day option described above:

  • Trailing Day – all hours worked in a shift that spans midnight are allocated to the last day of the shift. For example, if a user works from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Jan 2 and 3, all 8 hours are allocated to Jan 3.
  • Split Across Midnight – hours are allocated to the actual day when they were worked. For example, if a user works from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Jan 2 and 3, 2 hours are allocated to Jan 2, and 6 hours are allocated to Jan 3.


These new options take the form of something we’re calling punch allocation rules. You assign these rules in the punch entry policies you assign to users.

Note that the duration total that displays in reports will still show all shift hours on the leading day, regardless of which rule you implement.

Do you split hours in a unique way not covered by these rules? Let us know. We’d be happy to create an affordable custom punch allocation rule that meets your requirements.

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