The objective of this tutorial is to help you understand for allowing access to your location on your browsers while clocking in with Humanity.
Access from your: Computer
Applies to: Managers, Supervisors, Schedulers and Employees
By changing the settings of the browser the access to the location can be allowed to Clock in/out of Humanity.
Things to know before you begin:
- Time Clock’ module must be enabled from the ‘Settings’ module.
- ‘Require GPS data when clock in & out’, must be enabled by the manager.
The scenario outlined in this tutorial consists of the following building blocks:
- Allowing location access on Google Chrome
- Allowing location access on Opera
- Allowing location access on Mozilla Firefox
Allowing location access on Google Chrome
Step 1: Click on the three dots that are on the top-right corner of the Chrome window as shown in image 1.
Step 2: Click 'Settings' tab from the drop-down as shown in Image 2.
Step 3: Scroll down and click the 'Advanced' tab as shown in Image 3.
Step 4: Scroll down and click the 'Site Settings' tab as shown in Image 4.
Step 5: Click 'Location' tab as shown in Image 5.
Step 6: Enable the Toggle next to 'Blocked' as shown in Image 6.
Note: If you want to give access to your location, it is mandatory for it to be enabled as 'Ask before accessing is recommended.'
Allowing location access on Opera
Step 1: Click three dots that are on the top-right corner of the Opera window as shown in Image 7.
Step 2: Click ‘Go to browser settings’ tab in the drop-down menu as shown in Image 8.
Step 3: Scroll down and click 'Advanced' tab as shown in Image 9.
Step 4: Click the ‘Content Settings’ tab as shown in Image 10.
Step 5: Go to the ‘Location’ tab as shown in Image 11.
Step 6: Enable or Disable the toggle next to 'Ask before accessing(recommended)' according to your business requirements as shown in Image 12.
Allowing location access on Mozilla Firefox
Step 1: Click three dots that are either below the screen or at the top-right corner depending on the device being used as shown in Image 13.
Note: Once you click on the dots, it will open the settings directly.
Step 2: Click 'Content Blocking' tab under the Settings drop-down as shown in Image 14.
Step 3: Scroll down to update the 'Settings' under the 'Permissions' tab as shown in Image 15.
Step 5: Click 'Status' drop-down and select 'Allow' to give access to the sites requesting for Location permission as shown in Image 16.
Step 6: Click 'Save Changes' tab to apply the modifications as shown in Image 17.
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