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Add or request time off in QuickBooks Time web

SOLVEDby QuickBooksUpdated January 08, 2024

Learn how to add or request time off and view your time off balances in QuickBooks Time on the web dashboard.

Notes:

  •  If you have mobile time entry permissions, you can also request time off in QuickBooks Workforce
  • If your admin has granted you permission, you can enter or request time off, view the status of your previously requested time off and check your balance on the web dashboard. 
  • Time off hours can include sick days, holiday days, personal leave, and annual leave.
  • You may only add or request time off for yourself if your administrator has granted that permission.

Add or request time off

  1. Go to Time Off, and select Add Time Off.
  2. Select desired team members for bulk entry, or choose an individual team member. You are automatically selected. If you don't want to add a time off request for yourself, deselect yourself.
  3. Select Continue.
  4. Choose a code, date of entry, and number of hours on that day.
  5. (optional) Add another day for the same code.
  6. (optional) Add notes.
  7. Select Save or Send Request.
    • If you selected Send Request, you can't change your code type or make any other edits. You must cancel and recreate the request.
    • You will get a notification when your administrator approves or denies the request.

View time off balances

  1. Go to Time Off, and select View my balances.
  2. View predicted accruals by selecting a future date.

Cancel time off

Note: You can’t cancel a request that’s been exported or approved via the approvals report. If it needs to be cancelled, work with your manager or admin.

To cancel time off: 

  1. Go to Time Off and select a time off entry.
  2. Select Cancel entry.
  3. (Optional) Enter the reason the entry is being cancelled.

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