Time can be recorded to the project timesheet in three different ways:
- Time Entry Form
- Week Entry Table
Time Entry Form
On the Time Entry tab you can enter the time in the hours and minutes fields or enter a decimal value in the hours field. Select the Customer, Project, Account Code, and add work notes. Administrators and select supervisors can see bill and pay rates. Basic users never see this information.
On the Timers tab select the desired Customer, Project, and Account Codes, and then click Start New Timer. You can pause or stop the timer anytime. You may also have multiple timers running at the same time, although the default setting is to pause one timer when you start another. When users clock out, running timers can be paused or stopped automatically. This feature is set individually via the My Account section in each user’s account. The default is set to pause running timers when a user clocks out on their hourly timesheet. When timers are first started they will display as ‘Running’ along with the date they were started. When timers are paused and later restarted, the displayed date is always updated to the current date. When timers are stopped, the date on which the timer is stopped becomes the date displayed on the users’s timesheet.
Week View Table
You can enter hours on several projects at a time and over a period of up to 7 days using the Week View table. You can enter time for any day during the displayed week by clicking the field and entering the hours on the manual entry form that drops down. The default work start date is Sunday but you can select your own start date or click the Next Week and Last Week links. You can also copy an entire week to the next week.