Objective

The objective of this tutorial is to help you understand how you can allow access to your webcam in your browsers while clocking in with Humanity

Overview

Access from your: Computer
Applies to: Managers, Supervisors, Schedulers and Employees

 By changing the settings of the browser the access to your webcam can be allowed to Clock in/out of Humanity.

Things to know before you begin:

  1. Time Clock’ module must be enabled from the ‘Settings’ module.
  2. ‘Employees must use a webcam when they clock in & out’, must be enabled by the manager.
  3. You must have a webcam on your device.

The scenario outlined in this tutorial consists of the following building blocks:

  1. Allowing webcam access on Google Chrome
  2. Allowing webcam access on Opera
  3. Allowing webcam access on Mozilla Firefox

Allowing webcam access on Google Chrome

Step 1: Click three dots that are on the top-right corner of the Chrome window as shown in Image 1.

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 Step 2: Click the 'Settings' tab from the drop-down as shown in Image 2.

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Step 3: Scroll down and click the 'Advanced' tab as shown in Image 3.

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 Step 4: Scroll down and click the 'Site Settings' tab as shown in Image 4.

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Step 5: Click the 'Camera' tab as shown in image 5.

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Step 6: Enable the Toggle next to 'Blocked' as shown in Image 6.
Note: If you want to give access to the webcam, it is mandatory for it to be enabled as 'Ask before accessing (recommended)'

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Allowing webcam access on Opera

Step 1: Click three dots that are on the top-right corner of the Opera window as shown in Image 7.

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Step 2: Click ‘Go to browser settings’ tab in the drop-down menu as shown in Image 8.

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Step 3: Scroll down and click the 'Advanced' tab as shown in Image 9.

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Step 4: Click the ‘Content Settings’ tab as shown in Image 10.

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Step 5: Click the 'Camera’ tab as shown in Image 11.

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Step 6: Enable or Disable the toggle next to 'Ask before accessing(recommended)' according to your business requirements as shown in Image 12.

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Allowing webcam 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.

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Step 2:  Click 'Content Blocking' under the Settings drop-down as shown in Image 14.

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Step 3: Scroll down to update the 'Settings' under the 'Permissions' tab as shown in Image 15.

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Step 5: Click 'Status' drop-down and select 'Allow' to give access to the sites requesting for camera permission as shown in Image 16.

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Step 6: Click 'Save Changes' tab to apply the modifications as shown in Image 17.

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If you have any further queries, please don't hesitate to reach us at support@humanity.com. Happy Scheduling!

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