Updates Coming to Labor Sync’s User Interface

June 4th, 2014

Here at Labor Sync we are working on revamping the User Interface (UI) to make navigation even more user friendly and intuitive, giving Labor Sync a new ‘look and feel’ with improved graphics and a simple layout.

This is a sneak preview of what we are developing.

We are enhancing the user experience by re-organizing and showing necessary information on a single screen, minimizing loading times and reducing the amount of wasted space.

We have also added simple icons as an added convenience to help Users navigate through the web app more easily.

There are new features, including an Account Dashboard that shows a live feed of employee activity and the all new Ping Map that displays a snapshot of all your employees’ locations in a single, easy to read map.

We are refining our Customize Report feature, which will make it easier for you to choose exactly what to include in your reports.

The Web App will be optimized to work on mobile devices as well, allowing Users to easily access the web app from anywhere.

Mobile App Updates

In addition to the web app, the free Labor Sync Mobile App will also being receiving a face-lift. The UI Redesign will match that of the Web App, unifying navigation throughout all Labor Sync services. It will be easier and faster for your employees to use Labor Sync.

The Title Bar will show your employee’s most recent entry information and the new Navigation Bar (formerly the “My Labor Sync” screen) can be accessed anytime from any screen.

One of the biggest changes to the Labor Sync mobile app will be the combining of “My Hours” and “My Entries” screens. Instead of two long separate lists, the information will be displayed in an interactive calendar which you can select to view a detailed breakdown of entries for each day.

Employees will change jobs and submit entries in the same way they always have.

We are continuously working to improve Labor Sync for you, and we thank you for your loyalty. Leave a comment or send us an e-mail and let us know what you think!