Day timesheet is a textual version where you can find detailed information about time entries.
Calendar timesheet is a graphical view that remains a calendar board. It allows you to quickly and easily add time for a specific timeframe during the desired day.
Week timesheet New
Week view is designed for the quick creation of timesheet entries with a focus on total project time, not start/end hours.
Editing, copying, and moving time entries
We prepared a few options which will help you to edit and make some changes to tracked time. Here you’ll find information about editing the timeframes of your entries, moving, merging, and copying them to other days.
How does the option “Synchronise timeframe with duration” work?
By default “Synchronise timeframe with duration when editing time entry” is turned on. It means that the duration time will be automatically adjusted while editing the timeframes of entry.
Unassigned computer activities
Unassigned computer time appears on your timesheet automatically if you didn’t track time on a task but the desktop application was still running. The time of this entry doesn’t count into the sum of time collected for a specific day.
Time tracking settings
To properly set the rules of tracking time in your organization and define tracking permissions for users we've prepared a bunch of settings for that purpose.
Time tracking reminders
There are 2 types of time tracking reminders available for each user in their profile settings. An alarm will inform users when they forget to start a timer or when it’s running for too long.
Each day on your Timesheet allows viewing the history of adding and editing time entries. This history report may be helpful in case you deleted some entry by a mistake and wish to restore it.
Start timer - Apple shortcuts New
We prepared a few shortcuts to help you quickly start& stop the TimeCamp timer (also using Siri), wherever you are.