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  1. Expected work days per week (Server)

    Hi,

    thank you for implementing the individual worktime settings for workhours.

    http://support.manictime.com/forums/222041-feature-requests/suggestions/10220976-worktime-settings-per-user-per-day

    In our company we have employees who work only 2 or 3 days a week. Can you add the possibility to set up the expected workdays per week?

    Thank you very much!

    3 votes
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  2. Be able to Track Productive / Non productive Settings Per User or Group

    I would like to be able to mark certain applications or websites as productive for 1 user or department but unproductive for another user or department. Additionally I can't find anyway that the end user can see Productive/Unproductive on the client. What am I missing?

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  3. Provide a Synology NAS AddOn to allow the server to run from these devices

    There are many SMB's running their office tools on their Synology NAS. It would be pretty nice to have the Manic Time Server running on this platform too. MT is just the kind of tool/facility to run from a NAS, providing secure access from everywhere.

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  4. Minimum Hours for being counted present

    Currently, Manictime server marks someone present if they have any time on the computer in a given day. However, it is not uncommon at our company for someone to log in to their computer via Remote Desktop for making arrangements for being OOO (specifically for sick leave).

    It would be helpful to have a configurable minimum value that, if not exceeded, would indicate the person was absent for the day.

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