From time to time a staff member will forget to sign in, sign out, or they may have even signed into a wrong location. In any case, at some point during the usage of Swept it will be required to edit or delete a shift. 

Most of the time this issue will be showcased to you when running payroll. Shifts will appear far too long and you'll be forced to edit prior to confirming and exporting. Occasionally, staff may report the sign in/out error and you'll be able to fix this right away.

There are a few ways to edit or delete a cleaning record but note that all are restricted to the Web App. 

Protip: check and edit the cleaning report every day or every other day to make payroll quicker and easier by executing changes while their top of mind.

Location Tab (Edit/Delete only one locations "Cleanings" at a time)

  1. Navigate to the Web App > Location Tab
  2. Select the location you wish to edit
  3. Click the first button "Cleanings" or, if you've clicked the location name, it will default to this page
  4. To edit the shift, click the green "Edit" button on the right-hand side. To "Delete" the shift entirely, click the red X titled "Delete"

Cleaning Report (Edit/Delete all "Cleanings" at all locations)

  1. Navigate to the Web App > Reports Tab
  2. Select the "Cleaning Report" and set the filter of your preference (date range or specific cleaner)
  3. To edit the shift, click the green "Edit" button on the right-hand side. To "Delete" the shift entirely, click the red X titled "Delete"

Note: in either of the above options, any changed shift will be denoted with a grey "M" for manual edit so there is a record of change that all managers are aware of. 

Payroll Report (Edit only)

  1. Navigate to the Web App > Reports Tab
  2. Select the "Payroll Report" and set the filter of your preference (date range or specific cleaner)
  3. To edit the shift, simply select the text box for minutes or hours in the "Approved Time" row and type in your changes (the results will automatically save).

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