Beyond - Documents

Storing Documents in Beyond

You can save and store documents electronically in Beyond. This can help make documents easier to find and stop you from having to buy another filing cabinet. Documents can be saved under the documents tab, found on most records. 

Documents can be stored on the following records:

 Record Types Example Documents
EmployeeSave a copy of a resume, signed documents (ex. I9), saved correspondence, worker comp claims, etc. 
ProspectSave a copy of a business card, contact information, or quote provided to them
CustomerSave a copy of a contract, safety evaluation, and other forms provided to this customer
ContactSave a business card or other documentation provided to or sent by this contact
OrderSave the request from the customer for this job order and any specific documentation that is related to this order

Document types that are accepted include:

  1. PDF
  2. DOC
  3. DOCX
  4. XLS
  5. XLSX
  6. CSV
  7. TXT
  8. RTF
  9. JPEG
  10. PNG
  11. GIF
  12. ODT
  13. HTML

This Article Includes:

  1. Saving Documents to a Record
  2. Searching for Documents
  3. Documents & Security

Saving Documents to a Record

Whether you scanned in a document, or saved an electronic document on your computer, you can save it to a record in Beyond. 

*Note* If you are having employee's fill out onboarding documents such as an I-9 or W-4 online via HRCenter, their filled out forms will automatically save on their file in Beyond. 

The maximum document size we allow for uploading is 26MB. 

To Upload a Document

  1. Navigate to the record you want to add a document to
  2. Select the + in the upper right 
  3. Drag and drop the file or tap to select a file from your device 
  4.  Enter the following information: 
    • Name: Name of the document (ex. Amy's Resume) 
    • Document Type: Select what type of document this from the drop down. This is used for searching and security purposes 
    • Optionally, enter a expiration date if this file expires
    • Optionally, enter a description or note about this particular document
  5. Tap Submit to save the document

The document will now appear in the document section on the record to view, edit, download, etc. 

To Edit, Download, or Delete a Document:

  1. Navigate to the document you wish to edit, download, or remove
  2. Select the icon to the right
  3. Choose from the following options: 
    • Choose Edit to change the information (document type, description, etc. of the document
    • Choose Download to download a copy of the file
    • Choose Delete to remove the document - You may not have this option depending on your security

Searching for Documents

You can search for employees by which documents they have under advanced search. To learn more about searching check out Beyond - Advanced Searching.

When you create a new rule you can click the arrow on the left to open up the category and choose Document category. This will show you all Document related fields you can search by: 

Searching for records that have a certain kind of document:

ex. Document type equals Federal I-9

Searching for Expired Documents: 

Keep document type rule and add another rule for expiration date is on or before [Today's date or date next week, etc.] 

Searching for Missing Documents:

Use the group option and create a rule in the group where Document Type equals Federal I-9. Then check the box in the top left of the group to indicate NOT - meaning that the search will exclude people who have an I-9 on file which leaves only the employees who are missing the document.


Documents & Security

*Note* You must be set as an admin with the correct permissions in order to review or change security for users. Talk with your manager if you think you need different permissions. 

Some documents that you save may contain sensitive or secure information that not every one in your system should have access to. As an Administrator in Beyond, you can set up document security to limit who can upload, view, or remove documents based on document type. 

New to security in Beyond? Check out Beyond - Managing Security Groups

To Manage Document Security in Beyond:

  1. Make sure you are at your highest Hierarchy level (system or subsystem, etc.)
  2. Navigate to the B for Beyond menu
  3. Choose System Settings
  4. Select Security Groups
  5. Select Document Type 
  6. Select the 3 dotes icon  to the right of the security group you want to add members to or edit 
  7. Select Edit 

Read = View documents

Write = Upload documents

Delete = Remove documents


Default Groups Available:

TempWorks has a few default groups you can utilize. Default group permissions can not be edited but users can be added or removed from these groups. 

  • All Access - Can Read/Write/Delete all document types
  • No Access - Can NOT Read/Write/Delete any document types
  • Read Only - Can only read (view)  documents

We recommend considering your team members and customizing a few groups based on what they should have access to. Review your employees and separate them into groups and then create or utilize the default groups to match the security accordingly. 

For Example: 

  1. Admins/HR who should have all access to all documents
  2. Managers that have access to most and can delete documents
  3. Recruiters/Sales that can upload most document types but can not view docs with sensitive information and can not delete

Check out Beyond - Managing Security Groups for more information on creating your own groups. 

Add Users To Groups 

Whether you made your own or you've decided to use the TempWorks defaults, you will need to add each of your users to the correct document type security group to ensure they have the correct permissions. 

  1. Find the group you want to add users to
  2. Select the  3 dotes icon  to the right of the group
  3. Select the + under the members section (towards the bottom) to add a new user 
  4. Type in a user's name or select from the drop down  
  5. Select ADD 
  6. Repeat 3 through 5 until all users are added
  7. Once all users are added, tap on Submit in the lower right to save your changes



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