User management

Employee control

A new startup has the opportunity to impress its clients and have a strong reputation. When first starting out, it's important to have a system in place to track what goes on in the office.

Daybyday allows you to easily track what your employees are working on, when they will be working on it, and when they've finished it. It also keeps a record of all completed tasks and notifications when tasks are overdue. It will help you from having to keep track of employees' schedules on a notepad or sticky notes.

It will help you stay organized and you will be able to monitor performance for each employee. It's a great way to make sure that tasks are being completed on time and not have to worry about whether or not they've been completed. It's a great way to ensure that tasks are being done and completed on time.

User Absence management

Absences are a common problem for companies. There are several methods to deal with absences and one of them is keeping track of employees' absences. Managing system absences can serve many important tasks. The most important of them is protecting the company from losing high-quality employees. Also, it is a way to track productivity and motivate workers. Not to mention that it helps to prevent work overload.

User permissions

Knowing your users is crucial in any project. Sometimes that means segregating them so they can each do their jobs easily without interfering with the others. That’s why Daybyday provides you with the option to insert your users into different groups, including roles and departments to allow you to control which features are available for which groups.

Control over user permissions are an important part of a healthy and secure system. This granular control allows you to take advantage of the best features of DaybydayCRM without compromising the integrity of your clients and their private information. By creating and assigning users with specific permissions, users can maintain a balance between customer satisfaction and their own interests.