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One enhancement I am hoping you will have in your next upgrade is the ability to close the books with a password. I can currently close the books as of a specific date. However, any user who wants to add a slip with a prior date and does so is prompted and asked to discuss with the manager but they can just click okay and the slip will be saved.
Just going to offer you a workaround for that since you currently have what you have until that feature is introduced.
If you note the Slip Number on the day you close the period, then you can build yourself a simple little report that selects slips numbered HIGHER than that number and dated prior to your closing date. You can then save that report separately and then just run it periodically (you could even make it part of a Timeslips Today template so it runs every time you open Timeslips.)
Would give you a quick check to see if anyone entered anything, and allow you to address it quickly with that timekeeper to hopefully nip that behavior in the bud.
Just a thought.
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That capability exists in current versions of Timeslips now actually, with security enabled, and passwords required on the Timekeepers.
Under the Slips heading in security, note the Allow Slip Creation on Restricted Clients, Restricted Dates and Restricted Time Spent selections. Selecting NO on these options will replace the cautionary message/warning, and will enforce the restriction and prevent creation of slips that fall outside the specific restriction with a message indicating the action taken.
Cool RogerS, do you know what version that became available in so that John Smith can check his version and see if it qualifies?
This was added in Timeslips 2013 - "You can now set up rules to restrict slip entry. You can restrict which dates can be used on the slip and you can restrict the time spent value used on the slip."