If you are within a mobile coverage area, or on Wifi, you can access and use AbtracOnline on your mobile device, IPad, tablet or laptop.
This is useful for managing timesheets, looking up contact details and addresses in particular while away from your desk.
As part of our ongoing improvements to Abtrac, the login page and other screens within Abtrac will be changing.
The main reason for the change is to enable more users to access Abtrac from a range of devices, such as your widescreen monitors and phones.
Here is an example of the new login screen on a computer monitor.
And a Mobile Phone.
AbtracOnLine subscriptions are based on the number of current employees or users. These users are defined as being not only current logins, but also the number of current employees being managed through Abtrac. More details are here in our Terms.
You can add or amend users from the administration screen. If your current employees exceed your licensed users in Abtrac you’ll either receive a licensing notification, or hear from the support team directly to adjust your subscription. If you don’t need extra users, then you might just need to make some changes to your current employees.
It’s the little things that matter. And we understand how annoying it is to keep changing little things each time you log in, or for each different screen. If you’re new to Abtrac, we also understand that you’re keen to get settled in as soon as possible and want to have everything just how you like it. That’s normal and the support team is happy to suggest ideas and settings in AbtracOnLine to help you get things ‘just so’…
Next time you log in to AbtracOnLine, have a look at the ‘Edit My Settings’ option:
Administrator changing logins and passwords
Forgot your password
AbtracOnLine is only accessible with a current username and password. Your username must be a valid email address and we recommend choosing a secure password (there are tips for secure passwords in this article). Abtrac passwords must be at least 7 characters long, and contain a combination of upper/lower case letters and at least one number.