Permissions

Updated 1 week ago by Leigh Hutchens

Feature groups and permissions

Each feature within Quinyx is divided into feature groups or a single function. A feature group contains features throughout the application, and for each feature group you can define one permission. A single function is just for one specific thing within the application.

Example: Feature group “salary” - includes all salary information within Quinyx, i.e the variables “actual salary cost” and “forecasted salary cost” in Schedule, as well as salary details in People.

These are the currently existing feature groups and single features within Quinyx:

Feature/Function

Controls

Present in

Account settings

  • The account settings that you can reach by clicking on the arrow next to your picture in the top right corner
  • Skills -   define and administrate skills, skill templates and skill categories
  • Appearance - define color and logo for navigation bar
  • Tags - define and administrate tags and tag categories (if tag modules is active)

Account settings

Create pulse

  • Type of access managers should have to Pulse in the mobile app

Pulse

Forecast

  • Variables settings - add calculated variable and associated formula
  • Variables - add and configure forecast variables
  • Forecast configuration - configure forecasts

Account settings

People

  • Tab “Persons” in People
  • People details in People
  • Agreements in People
  • Upcoming events in Dashboard (Birthdays, skill expiry, agreement expiry)

People

People agreements

  • Type of access a user should have to agreements after clicking on a person in People

People

People details

  • Controls what type of access a user should have to people details after clicking on a person in People

People

Qmail

  • The Qmail icon and the form you get to by clicking the icon
  • Note: Whether Quinyx sends notifications depends solely on the settings in "Settings" < "Units" < "[Unit name]" < "Messages" in Classic

Write access is the default access for all roles on the Qmail permission.

Qmail

Salary

  • Salary in People - Agreement details
  • Forecast variable in Schedule - Actual salary cost
  • Forecast variable in Schedule - Forecasted salary cost

People

Schedule

Scheduling

  • Shifts and tasks in Schedule and Shift control center
  • Notice of interest in Schedule and in Shift control center
  • Shift swap in Shift control center
  • Base Schedule
  • Upcoming events in Dashboard (shift bookings, shift swaps, notice of interest)
  • Staffing chart and optimization bar in Dashboard
  • Scheduling widget in Dashboard (Notice of interest, shift bookings, unassigned shifts, shift coverage)
  • Sales widget in Dashboard (chart and forecasted vs actual sales bar)

Schedule

Absence

  • Absence in Schedule
  • Leave application in Schedule and shift control center
  • Upcoming events in Dashboard (leave applications)
  • Scheduling widget in Dashboard (leave applications)

Schedule

Punches

  • Punches in Schedule
  • Attesting in Schedule

Schedule

Settings

  • Account
  • Language
  • Help & feedback
  • Log out

Settings

Shift types

  • Controls what type of access a user should have to the shift types menu (and menus below) under account settings/group settings

Group settings

Tags

  • Controls what type of access a user should have to tags under account settings/group settings and tags follow up under Analytics (note that this only affects customer that are using the tags module)

Settings

Transfer to payroll

Controls what type of access a user should have to the Time view. For this permission, the following behavior can be expected for the three different access levels:

  • “No access”: The user will get an error message when clicking the “Time” tab indicating there aren't sufficient permissions to access the page.
  • “Read access”: The user will be able to enter the Time tab assuming there is read access on the current unit. What’s more, the user will be able to select data for the units on which the user has read access but not perform any payroll-related actions when those have been added.
  • “Write access”: The user will be able to enter the Time tab assuming there is at least read access on the current unit. What’s more, the user will be able to select data for the units on which the user has read access. For the units on which the user has write access, the user is able to perform payroll-related actions such as transferring to payroll.

Read access is the default access for all roles on the Transfer to payroll permission. Note that an exception to this is role templates created prior to version 0085; those will have read access as default unless they have "No access" on the Scheduling < Punches permission specifically - in that case, the default access will be "No access".

Time


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