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What does the snail mean on the days timeline or timesheet


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What does the snail mean on the days timeline or timesheet?

Answer. That the person was late starting a planned time.

When you see the snail on the days timeline or timesheet it means that the person was late starting one of their planned times.

The snail can only show if the person's planned time was entered earlier.

You can see a total of these at the bottom of the "Late starts" column on the Payslips details.

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: late, start, shift, planned.
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