Splitting your timesheets can be done under your work schedule.
The default time to split timesheets is midnight, which is the end of your workday. Your end workday indicates when the cut-off point is for your timesheets.
What this means is any time entries that are recorded after the set time is considered a new day.
If your end workday is set at midnight, that means anything after midnight is counted as a new day.
If your end workday is set at 3 am, that means anything after 3 am is counted as a new day.
Changing this setting will affect how timesheets are displayed. There will be a confirmation modal for you to confirm the changes. It can be reset back to midnight.
Who is this useful for?
Splitting the timesheets is useful for teams who have an unconventional work schedule (like night work schedules) so their timesheets aren't split at midnight by default.
They are able to change the end workday to a later time than midnight to avoid overtime calculated for them.
If you set the end workday after midnight to split timesheets, i.e. the next day, it is also possible to set the end time on the work arrangement section the next day as well.
Split timesheet at 03:00 am (end workday)
Start-end work hours: from 06:00 pm to 02:00 am (end time)
I clock in at 6 pm on Monday (calendar date), added another clock in entry at 12.15 am and clock out at 1 am on the next day (calendar date).
On the timesheets, since we split the timesheet from 3 am onwards, the above entries are all counted on the same day.
For any time entries recorded after 3 am, they will be counted in the new day instead, i.e. Tuesday.
Read more about managing your work schedule