SmartPayroll is now Smartly. For more info on the changes visit - Smartly support

Guides and demos

We’ve put together a range of step-by-step guides and demo videos that cover all the key things you need to know when using Smartly. Simple!

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Our guides

  • Running a pay
    Everything you need to know about sorting pays in Smartly's Payroll One plan. Download guide
  • Reporting
    Smartly’s everything-at-a-glance visibility makes reporting a breeze. Download guide
  • Smartly mobile app
    A complete guide to using the Smartly mobile app. Download guide
  • Labour costing
    Assign employee hours and more across accounts, departments and jobs. A complete guide to labour costing Download guide
  • Timesheeting
    Ditch the paper timesheets and confidently track and manage your team's hours. Download guide

Our demo videos

Introducing Smartly


An overview of the changes that launched on 22 November 2021. New look, new app, new reporting function and more.


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Our new reports generator


Using our new reports generator is super simple with Smartly Payroll.

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How to set up and use labour costing


Easily track and report on labour costs by job or department. We’ll show you how in this quick demo video.


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Smartly app


More power to your people. Our brand-new mobile app makes it even simpler for staff to view payslips, request leave and more (depending on the payroll plan you choose). Watch this video for everything you need to know about the Smartly app. 


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Help Centre

On top of our easy-to-follow guides and demo videos, we’ve answered heaps of our frequently asked questions over in our Help Centre. If you have any further questions, you’ll most likely find the answers there.

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Contact us

If it’s a trickier query, give us a call on 0800 10 10 38 or hit the get in touch button below. We love helping you make the complex simple. 

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