Version 0068

Updated 3 months ago by John Öbom

Role Management

Permissions

With the release of Neo 0068 we are adding two new permissions:

Lock schedule

Controls if the user can use the lock schedule functionality inside the schedule.

Write access - User can change the lock date and save it

Read access - User can change the lock date but not save the changes

No access - User can change the lock date but not save the changes

Add/Edit/Delete manual salary type

Controls if the user can use the add, edit and delete manual salary types inside the punch overview.

Write access - User can add, edit and delete manual salary types

Read access - User can try to add, edit and delete manual salary types inside the punch overview but is not able to save any changes

No access - User can try to add, edit and delete manual salary types inside the punch overview but is not able to save any changes

The default state for lock schedule will be the same as you currently have on the scheduling permission

The default state for add/edit/delete manual salary types will be the same as you currently have on the punches permission

People

Employee and agreement details

With the release of Neo 0068 we are adding support for using industry start date as base for salary calculation "steps".

You can set the industry start date under employee details - status:

The industry start date can then be used as a starting point for calculation under agreement details - salary adjustments - years worked:

Qmail

We’ve been improving Qmail this sprint. With this release, we’ve split “Compose Qmail” into two tabs: 

Direct message
  • In this view, you can send a Qmail to persons, that is:
    • Members of the group (defined in the group
    • Inherited members of the group

Example: You’re the manager of a store (unit), and want to send a Qmail to the people working tomorrow morning (2 people in that unit). 

Groups
  • Here, you can choose groups to send a Qmail to, meaning:
    • Groups you’re a member of, no matter what selection you’ve made in the group selector. You only message the members of a group here, no inherited members.

Example: You’re the manager of 5 units and thereby a member of these, you can choose to send a group message to all of these units, 1 out of 5 units, 2 out of 5 units etc.

Note that when you send group messages you’re unable to exclude specific people - you’re sending a message to all members of the unit(s).

Create and send a group message

  1. Log in to Neo, click the envelope icon
  2. The “Compose Qmail” view opens
  3. Click the icon
  4. Select “Groups”
  5. Select recipients
  6. Type your message
  7. Send


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