This page describes time recording and management in Evox.
The relevant controls are located under the “Time” tab.
In Evox there are multiple ways to tack your work time. To find them, navigate to the “Tracking” sub-tab under “Time”.
The time tracker is a simple tool for recording work time, comparable to a stopwatch, or attendance clock.
When arriving at work, simply click “Start” to begin tracking your work day.
Upon departure, click “finish” to stop tracking and save a record to the database.
Saved records can still be edited after-the-fact, by clicking them in the “recorded times” list below.
Time records can also be added manually for any date.
To do so, either click the ‘Add time record’ button, or press one of the “+” buttons for a date in the “Recorded times” list.
Time records can be entered in two different ways:
Evox can automatically fill in time records for a whole month at a time, based on expected work time from week plans.
To do so, click the “Auto-fill month” button right above the list of recorded times.
The auto-filling feature will not fill in time records for dates that
In the lower part of the time tracking tab, a list shows already filled in time records.
Furthermore, it computes their difference compared to expected work times based on week plans.
The final difference incorporates into a person’s flextime balance at the end of the month, once their time sheet gets approved.
Click right-hand caret to show time records for a particular date.
In order to edit one of the listed time records, simply click it to reveal the editor.
Note that the date list uses purple dates to visually distinguish weekend days, and adds a gray background to days where no work is expected (weekends, holidays, etc.).
Holidays and a person’s vacation days are indicated by purple and green chips, respectively.
At the end of a month, time sheets can be sent for review by managers.
First, make sure that all time records for that month have been filled out accurately.
Then, click the “Send all for review” button located above the recorded times list.
This will send all records (that have not been approved before) to your relevant manager(s), and inform them by email.
On the “Time” page, there’s another sub-tab “Review”, listing time sheets to be inspected by people managers.
Here, Evox automatically calculates the expected work and difference compared to what is expected based on week plans.
To reveal more details about a time sheet, click the toggle button next to “Show time records”.
Click “Approve” or “Reject” to resolve a time sheet review.
In case of approval, Evox will automatically adjust the flextime balance of that person.