The Settings tab allows you to manage your general company and rostering settings.
In the Details section you can enter your company and contact details.
Under User Access, you can set up a pin which can then be used for locking Droppah to the Time Clock only, so employees can clock in and out without accessing other areas of Droppah. Learn more here: Locking Droppah
After clicking Set up Pin you'll be prompted to enter and then confirm your 4-digit pin.
Under Rostering you can apply default rostering rules for your company.
Week Starts On - Determines which day of the week your Calendar view begins on.
Maximum Stint Duration - The longest duration of time an employee should be rostered in a single stint (a stint could be a single shift or multiple, depending on how you apply these settings).
Minimum Stint Break Duration - The minimum break period that should occur between two stints.
For example, if this is set to 12 hours Droppah's automatic rostering will avoid rostering an employee onto a new shift if it starts 12 hours or less after their last stint ended.
Stint Gap Tolerance - How much of a gap can occur between shifts before they are considered separate stints.
For example, if your Stint Gap Tolerance is 2 hours then an employee can be rostered onto multiple shifts back to back, and so long as there is no more than 2 hours between them the shifts will be considered a single stint. Stint gaps are counted in the Maximum Stint Duration, so two 5 hour shifts with a 1 hour gap would be considered an 11 hour stint.
Under Planning you can choose the default settings for automated planning in Droppah.
Optimisation Buffer - The maximum amount of time Droppah should spend trying to optimise your roster without finding an improved solution. For example, if this is set to 20 seconds the planner will finish optimising once it's been 20 seconds since the last improvement was found.
Minimum Fill - The minimum percentage of the roster which should be filled by the automatic planner before the user can choose to load the roster early. Lower percentages will allow you to load a roster more quickly but may result in needing to populate more of the roster manually.