Customizing User-Specific Settings

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Atto's user management capabilities allows you to customize settings for each team member, ensuring that their accounts align with their responsibilities and preferences. This guide will delve into the process of assigning roles and modifying settings for individual team members, enabling you to effectively manage your team's access and preferences within Atto.

Default Role Assignment

Newly added team members are automatically assigned an Employee role by default. This role provides basic access to Atto's functionalities, such as clocking in and out, tracking work hours, and adding notes.

Updating Individual Settings:

  1. Navigate to Settings > Manage Team.
  2. Select the desired team member.
  3. Adjust settings, including:
    • User Role
    • Pay Rate
    • Overtime Settings
    • Location Tracking

Here are some basic information of the user-specific settings you can adjust:

  • Role: You can assign one of three roles to each team member: Admin, Manager, or Employee. Each role has different permissions and capabilities. Refer to this article for more information: Roles and Permissions
  • Pay Rate: You can set a unique pay rate for each team member.
  • Overtime Settings: If specific team members have different overtime settings from the company wide overtime rules, you can configure them here and this will be used to calculate overtime pay.
  • Location Tracking: You can enable or disable location tracking for each team member.

By effectively managing user roles and settings, you can streamline team management, optimize access control, and ensure that each team member has the necessary tools and permissions to perform their duties efficiently. Atto's flexible user management system empowers you to create a tailored experience for every member of your team.

If you encounter any challenges or require further assistance with user management, feel free to reach out to the Atto support team for guidance.

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