There are four permission sets which are optional. These sets provide extra functionalities for employees to utilise though the app, including inserting missing clocking data, modifying clocking data, having multiple profiles on one device for same company, and the right to use Indigo Mobile on multiple devices without administration approval.

To create a permission set:

1. In the left sidebar of Indigo, click on Administration.

2. In the Main section, click on Permission Sets.

3. Click on Insert (plus icon) in the functions bar.

4. Enter a code and description for the permission set. 

5. Click Save (check mark icon)

Below is a guide for the optional permission sets you can create. After you create these permission sets, you can assign them to users in the Users page of Indigo.

Allow users to insert their own missing clocking data

Create a permission set with the suggested name of MobileT&AInsertMissingClockings.

Go to the Unassigned Permissions tab and insert the TA_ManuallyInsertClockings permission. Select only the Insert entity action, and then click Save.

Allow users to modify their own clocking data

Create a permission set with the suggested name of MobileT&AModifiyClockings.

Go to the Unassigned Permissions tab and insert the TA_ApiPunchesAttendance permission. Select only the Update entity action, and then click Save.

Allow users to have multiple profiles within the same company to be registered on their devices

Create a permission set with the suggested name of MobileT&ASupervisor

Go to the Unassigned Permissions tab and insert the HR_MultipleProfilesPerCompanyPerDevice permission. Select only the View entity action, and then click Save.

Allow users to register their Indigo account on more than one device without administration approval

Create a permission set with the suggested name of MobileT&AMultipleDevices.

Go to the Unassigned Permissions tab and insert the HR_MultiplePersonalDevices permission. Select only the View entity action, and then click Save.

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