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Inclusion System Update: October 2019

A couple of updates to help brighten the start of this chilly fall season!


Employee’s forgot their password?

No problemo. We now have a password reset feature! The next time an employee forgets their password, they can simply click the “Forgot your password?” link which will take take them to a page where they can enter their email address that’s associated with their Inclusion System user account.

They should then receive an email with a link that will take them to a page where they can set their new password,

Once the password is confirmed, the user will be shown a confirmation page and will receive an email letting them know their password has been changed.

Note: Users that are assigned a higher security role in the system will not be able to reset their password using this method. They will need to contact an Includable and request a password reset.

For more information, check out our support article.


A Pay Rule in Daily Approval can now be set to only apply on a specific time and date. This new function can be used on specific days of the year where you may have unique payments such as Christmas, Remembrance Day, daylight savings or any other special date in your organization.

That’s all for now, folks.

As always, If you have any questions or concerns please call us at 1-866-884-3451, or send us an email at includables@inclusionsystem.ca

Sincerely,
The Includables


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