The Schedule Audit Report allows you to view data on changes to posted schedules.
The Schedules Audit Report is found in the Reporting tab, under Schedules and Rosters.
Use the calendar tool to select the date range on which you'd like to report.
Then use the drop-downs and sliders to configure the report as needed.
A - Filter your report by one, a few, or all of your employees.
B - View all the changes for a specific schedule, or for all of them.
C - Filter your report to display initial shifts, and shifts that were added, edited, deleted, housed, picked up, swapped, and released.
D - The report can be filtered to show changes by a specific manager. Any manager that has posted or modified a schedule within the date range can be selected.
E - Refers to the difference in originally-scheduled time and the modified schedule. For example, if the original shift was 9:00am - 4:00pm (8 hours) and then edited to a 10:00am - 3:00pm (5 hours) shift, that's a difference of -3 hours. The "Hours Difference" filter allows you to control what shifts would appear in the report. If your filter is set from -2 HRS to +2 HRS, that -3 hour shift would not appear. Please note that a figure will not appear for swapped shifts.
F - Refers to the number in the “Days Modified to Shift Date” column. This column displays the number of days between the scheduled shift and when it was modified. In other words, if a shift for December 1st was modified on November 26th, the report would show 5 in the "Days Modified to Shift Date" column. The "Days Modified" filter allows you to control what shift would appear in the report. If your filter is set from 1 to 4 days, that November 27th shift would not appear.
Each initial shift will appear in gray, and all modifications will appear in white.
The Hours Change column displays if hours were added or subtracted to the originally scheduled shift. The Days Modified to Shift Date column displays the number of days outside of a shift that it was modified. In other words, if a shift's time was modified 2 days prior to its scheduled date, a 2 would appear. In rare instances, you might want to edit a past day. When this happens, the number will be a negative. For example, a shift that was modified 2 days after the fact will appear as -2.