In this article, we would like to provide some tips on how to make Silah TTS more friendly for your employees.
Many of the suggestions below have a trade-off. Some of them may be more employee-friendly, but may also result in a bit less accurate time tracking or less insight into work activities. You can try different settings to decide what works best for your company.
- Allow editing time.
- Allow deleting screenshots.
- Blur or disable screenshots.
- Extend the “Inactive time starts after” setting. Having this setting too short can cause idle time popup to appear more often, which can be annoying to employees.
- Disable websites & Applications Tracking.
Other things you can do:
Educate your employees on how to use Silah TTS and the settings available to them, including:
- Option to disable auto-start tracking each day.
- Option to enable/disable notifications when tracking starts.
- Allow some “unproductive” time each day.
- Track your own work with Silah TTS. Viewing your own data may help you to understand that some unproductive time and some idle time every day is normal.
- Educate your managers on how to use Silah TTS effectively without micromanaging.
Let your employees know that:
- You don’t expect 100% productive time according to Silah TTS.
- You understand that “productivity” measured with Silah TTS is based only on websites & apps used and may not correlate with their actual quality of work or volume of output.
- You don’t plan to use Silah TTS as a micromanagement tool.