Entry Screens is located under Preferences-->Entry Screens (see figure 27.2)
Entry Screen preferences allow you to select and configure your timesheets, expense sheets, and mileage sheets, as well as the reports associated with each.
Figure 27.2. Entry Screens preferences
On the Leave Management Calendar, limit...
If your system account includes Manager Authority, you will see the setting for limiting the leave requests you see on your Leave Management Calendar at the top of the screen. This setting allows you to filter the pending leave requests that are displayed on your Leave Management Calendar and limit them to the ones you can approve. If this setting is disabled, you will be able to see pending requests for all users in your groups regardless of whether or not you can approve them.
Show a 'Previous Entries' section...
If your administrator has given you permission, you may select the option to create blank entries on the current sheet from time, expense and custom entries that were logged in previous periods. This is especially useful for short-term projects that span multiple periods. These temporary entries are not 'permanent' and will cease to be carried over into future periods when they go unused in the current period. You may also select how many periods of entries you would like pulled into the current period as temporary entries. Provided you are not assigned to a monthly period on your time entry screen, the default value of 1 pulls entries from the previous period only. If you set it to 2, it will pull entries from the previous two periods. If you are assigned to a monthly period, the numeric value is applied in weeks (e.g., 1 pulls entries from the previous week only).
Maximum number of items in...
You can also limit the number of items that are shown in select lists on entry screens. This is helpful when you have access to long lists that cause screen loading to be slow. When the number of items in a select list exceeds this setting, the field is changed to a text field with search as the only option for selection.
Default comment for all entry screens
The Default comment field allows you to set the comment that appears in all blank rows for time, expense and custom entry sheets.
Number of blank entries available...
You can specify the number of blank entries to be displayed when you first open your time, expense or custom entry screen. In most cases, 1 blank row is sufficient because a new blank row is automatically added when you start entering data in the existing blank row.
Which Leave Request Create screen...
This settings allows you to pick your default screen for creating leave requests. The basic screen provides an interface for creating requests one at a time. The advanced screen provides several rows for creating multiple requests at the same time.
Hide declined requests on leave calendar
This setting determines whether or not you will see declined leave requests on the leave calendar. Declined leave requests are always preserved for reference. However, you can use this setting to show or hide them on the leave calendar.
Time entry screen
If your administrator has given you access to multiple timesheets, you may choose the type of timesheet you would like to use when recording hours worked on projects. Additionally, if made available by your administrator, you may choose a Stopwatch Module, which gives you access to the Stopwatch feature on your timesheet. Similarly, you may be able to select a Punch Screen.
Default time report
If your administrator has given you access to multiple Time Reports, you may choose the default Time Report that you would like to see when previewing your timesheet for approval.
Number of manual in/out rows
This setting applies to "allocation" type time entry screens that capture in and out times, in addition to hours worked. If you are assigned to an allocation time entry screen, this setting allows you to choose how many in/out rows you will start with on a blank time entry screen. In most cases, 1 set of rows works well because another set of rows is added to the screen after you have entered the first pair of in and out times.
If your administrator has required you to punch in and out of the system to capture the start and stop times of your work day, you may have access to this setting that allows you to choose which type of punch screen you want to use.
If your administrator has given you access to the stopwatch module for timing your work for inclusion on your time entry screen, you may have access to this setting that allows you to choose which type of stopwatch module you want to use.
Expense entry screen
If your administrator has given you access to multiple Expense Sheets, you may choose the type of Expense Sheet you would like to use when recording business-related project expenses.
Default expenses report
If your administrator has given you access to multiple Expense Reports, you may choose the default Expense Report that you would like to see when previewing your expense sheet for approval.
Custom entry screen
If your administrator has given you access to multiple Custom Entry Sheets, you may choose the type of Custom Entry Screen you would like to use when recording business related travel.
Default custom report
If your administrator has given you access to multiple Custom Reports, you may choose the default Custom Report that you would like to see when previewing your custom entry sheet for approval.
Show Suggested Entries...
If your administrator has given you access to Suggested Entries, you may choose to use them on your time entry screen. This feature loads suggested entries based on data in other applications that you use to do your work throughout the day. See the next setting for linking to your Microsoft Office 365 identity, which will allow you to pull your Exchange calendar events and tasks from Office 365 and Exchange Online.
Microsoft Office 365 identity
If your administrator has set up Journyx access to your Microsoft Office portal, you will see this option to link your Microsoft Office 365 account to Journyx. Linking your account will allow you to load Exchange calendar events and tasks in your suggested entries on your timesheet. If you are already logged in to your Microsoft Office portal in another browser tab, clicking on the "Link this account to Microsoft Office 365" button will automatically create the link and enable loading of calendar events and tasks. If you are not logged into the portal, clicking on the button will take you to a Microsoft Office 365 login screen where you can enter your Microsoft credentials and link the account. After successfully linking your account, the button text will change to offer an option to unlink the account.