Payrolls is where all of the data collected with Harvest Clock lands. It works a lot like a spreadsheet, with each row being a record that comes from Harvest Clock.
At the top of the spreadsheet is a group of filters. For example, if you wanted to see all of the records from one field, you could adjust the location filter. If you wanted to see all of the records for a range of dates, you could select the Date Time filter and select a start and end date.
You can edit most of the fields in the spreadsheet by clicking and altering them.
Adding new records in the Payrolls screen is fairly easy. You click the 'Add New' button, fill in all of the information for a payroll ticket, and hit Submit.
Search and Replace
One of the most common things people want is to make a large change to a bunch of records, like changing how much people got paid for a day, voiding a bunch of records, switching locations, etc. Click the Search and Replace button at the top of the payroll screens to check out what you can do.
Once you hit Search and Replace you'll see a group of filters and what to replace. You can put any filter criteria you want in the filter and it will tell you how many records you are going to update. Then you select which field you want to replace from the Replace menu and put in your new data. Once you hit update, you're committed, so make sure you really want to change those records.
Void Duplicate Records
In some crops, there is a high likelihood that your payroll clerks could accidentally pay an employee twice for harvesting the same product.
If you hit the 'Void Duplicate Records' screen, you will see where you can select a location, date range and period. For example, in a cherry orchard, you could select a field, date range, and decide that it would be impossible for a picker to harvest a bucket of cherries in less than 3 minutes. You'd put in the field, the dates you were interested in, 3 minutes into the period, hit 'Check Void Records'. It will bring you up a list of all of the records that were made within 3 minutes of each other, and show you what it would suggest to void by putting a check in the Action column. If you agree with its suggestions, you can just hit 'Make Records Void' and it will void all of the duplicate records. If you want to keep some records from being voided, just uncheck the Action button and hit 'Make Records Void' and it will void just the records on the screen you see. You can then go to other pages of possible duplicate records, review them and void them as you deem necessary.