Reports – User Access Report

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The User Access Report is a summary of what collectors logged in and logged out of your SimplicityCollect account during a given date range, and the exact time it occurred. This is a great way to cross-reference work hours in the software with when employees are scheduled, as well as any strange access times outside of your normal office hours.

User Access Reports can be used for (but not limited to) the following:

  • Tracking work hours for employees
  • Tracking breaks for employees
  • Tracking the IP location of where your employees are logging in from

Restrictions can be placed on employees in Settings > Administrators > Collectors/Employees pertaining to:

  • when they can sign in
  • the latest time they can sign out
  • if they can access the software on weekends
  • what IP addresses they can access the software from
  • being automatically logged out after a set time limit of no activity



  • Start Date
  • End Date


Generating the Report:

Once you have set the date range, click on the button Generate Report.  You can use the page numbers and/or arrows at the top to navigate documents with multiple pages.


Saving, Printing, and/or Exporting the Report:

You can click the Export button to choose which type of program you’d like to open the report in. You can export, open, or save the report in either Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, or PDF format:

You will have to use the above option to Print the report, as each program has its own print functionality. You’ll even be able to customize the report prior to printing, depending on the program.

NOTE: The system does not automatically save these reports each time you generate them; they are always generated in real time. You can generate them as rarely or as often as you wish to. If you need to save a copy of each one, you can create a folder on your computer to store them in, or generate them again at a later date.

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