Grouping Tags Introduced

We have now introduced `Grouping Tags`. This function is available for `super users` and to users with the `cross department views` set to `all staff` .

If however , the cross browser is restricted then only `super users` will be able to filter.

What Are Grouping Tags 

The `tags` option gives extra flexibility to `Who`s Off` . The facility allows `super users` to view staff in different departments but who have a common relationship which can be applied by using the `tag`.

To `add` a tag

Go to the `Administration` area - in `Customs Tags / Groups` click - `Manage Tags / Groups` - click `Add New Tag` - Type the name of your new tag i.e accounts .

Add Tags To Staff Members

Go back to the `Administration` area - click `Manage Staff Members` or `Quick Staff Edit` , you will now see the `New` tags section in the bottom right hand corner . Simply click the group or groups this staff member is associated with .

 Please remember to `Save` every time you change the details .

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