We have set up employees, jobs, clients, and function codes for a typical
agency environment. We've included a variety of
transactions for the past 30 days, so you can edit or add entries.
Timesheet Entry: If you follow the "Timesheet
Entry" link from the home page, you'll be directed to
a "working" version of Control G's ET.net . If you press the "login"
button, you'll see what a standard timekeeper employee would see on a daily basis.
On the calendar screen, select the "day" you wish to modify by "clicking"
on the underlined date. On the actual timesheet screen, you'll notice
that you can "add" new time entries at the bottom of the grid, or you can "edit"
or "delete" existing entries (if any exist). Try the job id and function id
search functions. Edit the description field if you'd like, then press "update"
to log your entry.
Job Control: Following the "Job Control" link
will direct you to a "working" version of Control G's JobControl.net. Select
any of the jobs and you'll see just how may reports, views, or even edit functions
will be available to you from the main Job Control Screen. Try the various
reports and/or the edit procedures.
Traffic Control: If you follow the "Traffic Control"
link from the home page, you'll be directed to a "working"
version of Control G's Traffic.net. If you press the "login" button, you'll
see what a standard production employee would see on a daily basis. You can
"check in" jobs (ones you're actually working on) or "complete" jobs at which point
you'll be asked to confirm (or edit) the description of your work, and confirm (or
edit) the number of hours required for the function.
If you'd like to login as an administrator and view the application from
that perspective, send us a note and request an administrator
id and password.
Again, please report back to us on your experience.
We are interested in any and all comments.