November 5, 2017 at 8:08 pm #10743Jen125Participant
I’m trying to create a site that will manage a club that I run, and I really want to use your asset management add-on to manage our assets (which are allocated to various members).
Is it possible to integrate the asset manager add-in with a membership plug-in? Or to automatically import new “employees” from our database of members?
I want members to be able to create and update their own profiles (which I don’t think ’employees’ can do), but also track what assets are allocated to them.
November 6, 2017 at 9:51 am #10744
ERP Asset Manager extension works with WP ERP plugin. You need to use WP ERP to run Asset Manager and if your employees are imported or listed as employees in HR Manager module then you can easily use Asset Manager to manage your club.
If you need to know more or need to discuss feel free to mail us at “[email protected]”
January 31, 2018 at 2:30 pm #12941
While considering to pay for some of your HRM extensions, this is a no-go. I am currently managing an intranet with over 200 employees, and for what you are telling there is no way to import existing users to the HRM list.
Also, I have a plugin that connects the intranet to our email server for login info, and new users are automatically created on the first login. Tried to manually change primary role, but still nothing.
I also tried to import new users in CSV, but it just skips existing ones. Please advise with some way to quickly import existing users to HRM.
Thanks in advance!
February 2, 2018 at 12:06 am #12986
Thanks for writing on our forum.
According to my thought, skipping the existing employee is logical while importing from CSV.
Could you please describe your logic behind this? Will appreciate that.
And right now, this is the simple and fastest way to import employees.
February 2, 2018 at 7:47 am #12995
The issue is that I want to import my existing WordPress users to WPERP. Is there any way to do it besides creating/importing new users?
February 4, 2018 at 3:53 pm #13106
This is marked as an issue and will be fixed in the next release of WP ERP.
For now, you can add these employees manually (if you don’t have too many employees with this condition). I am not telling that it’s a good idea but it can be used as a temporary solution till next release.
Thanks for understanding 🙂
February 22, 2018 at 7:14 am #13777
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