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We got a request to send out an email reminder for when people didn't enter enough time for the week. I.e. if the total time submitted is less than their weekly work hours, then send an email to remind them to check their time entries. I am having trouble accessing individuals' weekly work hours (e.g. 40 hours per week). I need this because some of the staff works part time so everyone's weekly total is different. I'm using MS Flow at the moment to track weekly time entered per bookable resource and that works fine, I can get a total from there but just can't find where the work hours are stored. Anyone got any brilliant ideas of how to do this?
I can try and point you in the right direction with the following links. Unfortunately I don't have a definite answer for you on a technical solution for building plug ins that fetch everything from the relevant calendar rule and then compare all that with submitted time entries.
Thank you, I'll take a look at the links.
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