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 The next dialog contains a list of units to which the drivers from a chosen resource can be bound automatically. Depending on the access rights possessed, the list can be viewed or edited. The next dialog contains a list of units to which the drivers from a chosen resource can be bound automatically. Depending on the access rights possessed, the list can be viewed or edited.
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 +:!: The //Automatic binding// list contains only those units, to which the user has the //Use unit in jobs, notifications,​ routes, retranslators//​ right.
  
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 ===== Registration of the working interval ===== ===== Registration of the working interval =====
  
-The working interval can be registered when it is necessary ​to record ​the driver'working ​shift for the past period ​Click ​on the //​Register ​working ​interval// ​button ​({{:​icons:​register.png?​nolink}}) to the right of the driver's name. In the window that opens, you can view the history of bindings, manually register the shift and remove bindings+This option allows ​to view the history of bindings, remove them if necessary, and register ​the drivers shift manuallyTo perform these actions, click on the //​Register ​work interval// ​icon ({{: icons: register.png?​ nolink}}) to the right of the drivers name.
  
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-To manually register a working intervalclick on the //Register shift// button in the lower left corner of the dialog box. In the //Shift registration//​ windowselect ​the unit and, if necessaryspecify ​the beginning ​and end intervals ​of the shift (having previously activated ​the required option)+To view the history of bindingsspecify ​the required interval and click //Show//. In the list of bindingsyou can see the unit name, the date and time of each binding and unbinding. 
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 +You can remove an incorrect binding or unbinding from the list by clicking on the icon {{: icons: delete.png? nolink}} at the end of the line. 
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 +:!: You cannot remove ​the last binding or unbinding registered in the system.
  
-{{ :​drivers:​driver05_register.png?nolink }}+To register a shift manually, click on the //Register shift// button in the lower left corner of the dialog box. Next, select the unit and specify the beginning and/or end of the shift. To activate the field of the shift end, select the check box next to it.
  
-It is possible to specify only the beginning or only the end of the shiftFor instance, the beginning of the interval is set in the calendar and its end is recorded automatically at the entrance to the geofence of the garage when the [[user/​notify/​notify|notification]] of the //​Geofence//​ type with the //Reset driver// action type is triggered. Click //OK// to finish the registration of the shift.+{{ :​drivers:​driver05register.png?​nolink ​|}}
  
-To view the binding historyset the required interval ​and press //Show//Below appears ​the list with the name of the unit and the date and time of the binding.+When registering a shift manually, the date and time indicated as its beginning and end should be in the past or presentIf you specify ​the beginning and end in the future, ​the shift is registered with the current ​date and time.
  
-Incorrect binding or unbinding is removed from the list by clicking on the button {{:​icons:​delete.png?​nolink}} at the end of the line.+To finish ​the shift registration,​ click //OK//.
  
-:!: Similar to the messages from the unit, the last registered binding or unbinding cannot be removed. 
  
 ===== Simultaneous Bindings ===== ===== Simultaneous Bindings =====
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