I was wondering if that is a way we can export the calendar view absences from Personio directly to an excel document?
I can export a version of the absences from payroll but it could help us to have the calendar view as we have it in Personio exported to excel.
Can anyone help me with it?
Best answer by CécileMView original
I hope this message finds you well.
It is not currently possible to export the view of the absence calendar into an excel sheet. As you said, you can export the absence days in a different way:
This will not give you the view that the absence calendar offers with all the different colours and visual helps, but perhaps it can give you more possibilities. You can perhaps combine different reports to get closer to the result you want. Screenshots are currently the only way to capture the whole view of the absence calendar.
I invite you to give a feedback in our Ideation section and share your insights! I am sure this would be useful for a lot of Personio users!
Please let me know if we can do anything else.
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I found this conversation and would like to ask an additional question. In this part:
Is it possible to have an option, say “Next 12 months” or “Next 6 months”? If we would like to use the report for staffing purposes, we would need to have it. An example is winter vacations (usually February/March) and they need to be coordinated in the previous year. But none of the time frames above would give the visibility for the upcoming year, even if we would be in December.
Also, I noticed this:
I understand the idea of having “active during chosen timeframe”, but at the same time, we might have a signed employee who will start in 9 months but we cannot communicate about him/her yet. So actually, we would like to have a third option “Active at the time when report is generated” or similar to exclude the Onboarding employees.
Then again, I do agree with
@mariapalaghia that it would be important to have the Export to Excel -button in the Absence Timeline.