Make documentation

Everything about the connection between Make and Ubiqod to improve activity tracking in the field.


Use contactless time clock to create timesheets into Deputy

Deputy is an amazing scheduling, timesheet, and time clock software. It offers an out-of-the-box mobile app and desktop solution for time tracking. In this tutorial, we will show how to connect Skiply’s Bluetooth contactless time clock (Clock R) to Deputy. With Clock R, workers can clock in without having to do anything (they don’t even need to own a smartphone); they are automatically detected by our system. The same principles apply and can be used with our NFC time clock or Ubiqod Key. If you do not have a Clock R, you can test this scenario with a QR code […]

Connect a real time NFC clock to Toggl with Ubiqod and Make

Toggl is a great tool to track activities. It is primarily made for office workers, but thanks to Ubiqod, you can also use it to connect field workers through NFC clocks, touchless clocks or QR codes. In this tutorial, we will connect a NFC clock to Toggl to track activities of field employees. The user journey is as follow: An employee arrives on site and clocks in with his NFC badge => this starts a task/job in Toggl When the employee leaves => this stops the task/job in Toggl We will use Make, a no code tool, to implement the […]

Use Make App for Ubiqod to Connect Third-Party Software like Asana

Make is a fantastic tool for integrating various software applications seamlessly. Without writing a single line of code, you can create powerful apps. With the new Ubiqod App for Make, connecting your Skiply IoT devices or QR codes to any of the thousands of applications available on Make has never been easier. To demonstrate, we will establish a connector between Ubiqod and Asana, an incredibly efficient cloud-based project management tool. Prerequisites In order to follow this tutorial, you must: Have a Make account Create a free Asana account Have a Ubiqod account If you are not familiar with Make, you can […]