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What does the striped line on the timesheet/ work schedule mean?
What does the striped line on the timesheet/ work schedule mean?
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Timesheet

If a striped line appears above the time box on the timesheet, it means that this specific working time has been changed (for example, the start/end time has been changed, or a forgotten end time has been added manually):

If you want to see what has been changed and by whom, open the desired time series via the "edit" button at the end of the line, select the 3rd option, “log," in the additional window that opens, where you can see all the changes made:

Work schedule

In the work schedule, the striped line has the same meaning as on the time sheet, i.e., the given shift has been changed (for example, the start/end time has been changed; the break has been changed):

In addition, the shift in the work schedule becomes striped if you confirm either undertime or overtime in the "different from the planned" column on the time sheet, which makes this change also appear in the work schedule.

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