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I got a temporary seasonal job, and my employer had me download this app to clock in & out, and keep track of my time. Now that the season has ended and my employment is over, I no longer need the app. Now I have no way to delete the calendar it left behind, even though I delete the app. I called ‘Apple Support’ since I have an iPhone, and they said there is nothing they can do to help me unless I do a full reset of my phone. I don’t want to do that since I have another calendar (created & shared by not myself) that has future & past events that would be lost as well, and among other reasons such as my conversations that I want to keep for my ‘messenger’ would be lost too. I have suggested to ‘Apple’ that they should have a way of deleting a calendar that you no longer want to keep. If there was a way to delete before, I certainly don’t have one now. Very disapponted. Update: I was able to get a hold of ‘Deputy App’s’ support over the phone, and they are going to provide me with instructions on how to get rid of the calendar. Since I use ‘Google’s’ calendar app, I should be able to get rid of by going to my ‘Google Calendar’ on a regular computer. Now I know what I must do. Don’t know why I didn’t think of that myself. I must say the app’s support was very helpful. That is why I have changed my rating to 5 stars.
I would say this App is one of the best and most convenient I have ever utilized as an employee to receive schedules, see who else is working with is that day pr a few days even a week ahead of time and clocking in and taking breaks. It centralizes so much in such an efficient way. However this is not an app for micro-managing atmospheres. If that is needed for employers then this is not the app for you because the location when clocking in is not extremely accurate so there is need for lee-way there when employees may or may not be exactly at the location and still rolling into work. So that is one main concern Employers might have. They (employers) would probably still like that even though that is not pin-point accurate they are still able to require a more accurate clock-in time because clocking in is now simplified to the access of the employees phones rather than reporting to a Time Clock station. And once you "clock-in" then it's just simply putting your phone away and beginning your work. Ubër convenient and efficient!!
So initially when I find out that I had to download yet another app onto my phone for my new contractor, I was a little frustrated. But Deputy has actually turned out to be pretty cool. The best part is that I can go back and see my timesheets from every day since I’ve started. The second best part is that I can see everyone who is clocked into the system. That may not be necessary if you’re working in a small building or work alone mostly. But for a place where assistance from colleagues is an every day thing, it helps. It’s also very user friendly. The only thing that I would suggest is integrating an alarm into the app. Probably one that picks up on time sheet patterns and can remind you to clock in.
Deputy offers an option to sync with your mobile calendar, so once shifts are published, they pop up into your calendar, so there’s never even a need to open the app! But even the app itself is amazing, you can view your submitted shifts, timesheets, submit leave or PTO, add unavailability, and check to see who else is scheduled for that day. There’s a great “community board” section where posts can be made for employees/coworkers to view and tasks can also be assigned via the app. It’s super easy, very functional and has made schedules more convenient for myself. 10/10 would recommend.
Deputy does time and location tracking well, scheduling and usage heuristics. Where it falls short is in the news feed area. There is no chronological sort for feeds - a newly added feed may find itself bogged down underneath feeds from 2 weeks ago, and stop a feed from yesterday. There does not seem to be a logical order for new news feed placement, and the order changes constantly, making finding a past feed very difficult. Also, the enormous volume of feedback resulting from a particular feed cannot be silenced or deleted. I do not care to hear how someone disagrees with a particular post, and I am tired of it automatically filling up my iPhone notification screen, buzzing each time it does. Please fix these two things and earn a 5.
Developed by Deputy.com.
Deputy: Shift Schedule Maker is ranking in Business & Productivity
Last update was at Jan 21, 2020and the current version is 7.4.0.
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Deputy: Shift Schedule Maker have a 1 316a user reviews.
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