Timesheet approval - visualization of the timesheet entries

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When a
timesheet is submitted the several responsible for timesheet approval should
visualize the timesheet entries he is responsible for approval in a different
colour, for example. In my company each user normally works in different
projects, with different projects manager, meaning each project manager needs
to do a hard work to assure he is validating all the timesheet entries he
really needs to validate. Having a different visualization of the entries project
manager is responsible for approval will make project managers live much
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Posted 5 years ago

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Lingaraj Dharwad, Product Champion

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Hi Luz,

Thank you for using Replicon Community,

We are reviewing your idea.

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Nuno Ferreira, Champion

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This is a great idea!

It would also be nice if when reviewing a rejected timesheet, the user could see highlighted or in a different color the rejected time entries.

In scenarios where users have many time entries in the timesheet would help them easily identify the entries they need to correct.

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Lisa Blankenship

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I totally agree with this.  I have many staff who contact me because they cannot submit their timesheet because they didnt realize the timeoff was rejected. Maybe instead of just changing the color of the icon you could change the color of the entire row. (also, one thing to keep in mind is that some people are color blind which might be why they have a difficult noticing the color of the icon.)
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Kelly Doyle

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Major Requirement: Visual Highlight for Approvers on Timesheets and Expense Repor....

Our approval path for both time and expense routes to the project manager for each project before going to the payroll administrator for approval. Because of this, when an approver opens a timesheet to approve it, the time he/she needs to approve is mixed in with all of the other time (approved by a different manager) on the sheet. We need a bold or other colored indicator to point the approver to the time he or she needs to approve. Our employees work across numerous projects and client teams so it is time consuming to look through everything trying to find the hours you need. It is particularly challenging on the mobile app
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I totally agree with Luz idea!
Great feature