By: Katherine Muniz Apr 02, 2015

New Feature: Employee Time Card Approval Signature

We are excited to roll out our new feature that allows employees to approve their timecards online or through our mobile app with a digital signature.

Companies that used to require employees to sign their time cards no longer have to contend with the hassle of printing time cards and waiting for them to be returned. Employees can now log into FingerCheck online or via the mobile app and approve their timecards instantly by signing directly on their digital time cards. 

Administrators can easily enable this feature by logging onto FingerCheck, clicking on the “Setup” tab and clicking on “Division Information” from the left sidebar. Next to the very last field in the window that says “Employee Signature” they can check the box that reads “Employee Time Card Signature.” signaturee

It’s just as simple for employees to sign. When logged in from a web browser, employees can approve time sheets by navigating to their “Time Card” tab, checking “Approved By Employee,” signing using their cursor and clicking “OK.” 

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When logged in from the mobile app, employees can swipe to access the side menu and select “Time Card.” They can approve or decline by tapping on “Decline” or “Approve,” then signing their name with their finger and clicking on “Submit.” Screenshot_2015-03-31-15-27-56

The new approval signature feature is one of many designed to make the time tracking process more simple for employers and employees. Our new releases demonstrate FingerCheck’s commitment to bringing time and attendance software into the 21st century. We hope you enjoy using them as much as we enjoy making them. 

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Katherine is a New York-based digital writer who joined Fingercheck in 2015. She promotes Fingercheck through the power of the written word. She graduated from Fordham University with a B.A. in Communications and Media Studies with a focus on Journalism. Connect with her on LinkedIn

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