Description and Layout

The following article describes the layout and menu items of your TimeMoto PC Software.



The interface of the TimeMoto PC Software consists of:

1) Menu

The Menu is always present in the top part of the window. With the Menu you can access all screens of the software.

The Menu

  • Under the menu item File you can navigate to your preference and license settings and view the events log. Furthermore, you can choose File/Exit to close the program.
  • Under the menu item Edit you can edit clock times, users, projects, schedules, planning, devices and pay classes.
  • With Reports you can view, email, print and export clocking data. TimeMoto PC Software offers the following type of reports:
    • Presence
    • Day
    • Period
    • Timesheet
    • Project
    • Payment
    • Classification

2) Toolbar

The Toolbar is always present under the Menu. With the Toolbar you can manage the data and settings presented in the Data area. On the right side, find the Toolbar buttons for specific actions, e.g. editing or exporting to an Excel file. The Toolbar functionality depends on the screen that you select from the Menu.

The Toolbar

3) Data area

The Data area is the large area under the Toolbar. This is where your settings or data are presented, depending on the screen you select from the Menu. With the Toolbar you can manage the data, e.g. by filtering or exporting. Most of the data in the Data area is presented in tables.
You must select a data entry before you can use the Toolbar buttons Edit or Delete. You can also double-click on a data entry to open it for editing.

Toolbar Buttons

For most screens the Toolbar offers one or more of the following buttons:
Toolbar buttons

Toolbar Button
Exports the displayed data to a file.
Opens a new email with a report of the displayed data in PDF format.
Opens a print dialogue to send a report of the displayed data to your printer.
Starts a new data entry.
Opens the selected item for editing.
Deletes the selected item.
Refreshes the displayed data.

For several screens, the Toolbar is equipped with dedicated buttons. E.g., the screen Edit/Device has the button Scan to detect new terminals.
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