From day one, we’ve always made it easy for our customers to track their time via extremely simple clock-in and clock-out functionality. This is great for customers who want to track their time down to the second. However, we’ve had great call from our customers for an easy way to enter their time manually. This request often comes from those with salaried employees or consultants who have a block of time they need to track against a client. We’ve heard your call and are responding with our latest feature, the ‘Weekly Time card’.
The Weekly Time card is an easy to use time ledger that allows you to easily and quickly populate your timesheet with multiple job/project codes and enter time in a spreadsheet-like format against those codes. Daily and Weekly totals are calculated dynamically as you enter your data and are highlighted in a different color when they exceed configurable thresholds. All data entered is stored on our redundant, backed-up infrastructure, of course – so you don’t have to worry about losing a thing.
It’s very easy to navigate around the timecard view – you can use your arrow keys to navigate to any cell on the sheet. When you get to the bottom of your list, new rows are added dynamically as needed. Whatever row and cell you are currently editing will be highlighted in a different color, so it’s easy to confirm which date/code you’re editing.
You have a Notes field which will show the notes you’ve entered for whichever cell you have highlighted in the grid. You can edit the notes for any cell in the grid.
You can enable time tracking via the Weekly Time card for all employees, or individually for select employees only.
The Weekly Time card is one more way that TSheets customers can enter/view their time. The list is really growing, here are some other ways that you can track time with TSheets:
> TSheets Touch
> Mobile Web App
> Mac Widget
> Jott Integration
> Web Interface