Does anyone know of any free scheduling software they would recommend? Something that could allow me to just add my own users, and add in clock in / out times, maybe with a graphical component so its easier to visualize, and not necessary but total the hours per day/week?

Boosts greatly appreciated, as my employer just pulled our scheduling/payroll system and don't seem like there going to be providing another one anytime soon

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staffjoy looks like it’s an abandoned open source scheduling solution if you’d be into self hosting and have the know how to fuss with it.

Opensimsim has a free tier that handles scheduling for free but payroll/time-clock costs $2/user/month

Openskedge is another selfhosted open source employee scheduling application it hasn’t been updated in a minute but the author is still active on GitHub.

Are these kind of in the right area that you’re looking for?

@sireffe Mhm these are a really good start!

For now im just looking for my own personal store but if i find something neat, the owner i think is open to paying for new services so!

@seeleymoyed I've built a pretty rudimentary one just using google sheets before, but you'd have to program all the functions yourself. Idk about anything else as this was done for a grad program/school work hours tracking but that's what I've got.

@j_hair_czar Mhm i was thinking of just using functions in an google / excel sheet so glad to know its actually doable! I wouldnt mind putting the effort into making one for myself but I just wasnt sure it was possible since i've never done anything like that before!

@seeleymoyed yeah it gets a little finicky if you exceed midnight during the hours count but I think you can figure out a way to mitigate that probably by setting it to a 24 hr clock. I had an issue for a bit wherein I had workers inputting hours and coming up with a negative labor value, which sucked, but then I just had to tell my classmates not to work past midnight lol

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