Intervals task scheduling software allows you to set a project to billable or unbillable When editing or creating a project plan. The billable yes/no preference is on the project profile page. Tracking billable hours is done within this preference which controls the add time dialogue for the project. When No is selected the add time dialogue […]
The Intervals online time tracking tool allows Administrator level users to see who has an active timer by navigating to Time >> Active Timers. There are filtration options to select the desired client, project or person and there is an option to only show running timers. Here are just a few of the uses for […]
One of Intervals’ core features is time tracking project management. When each person logs in and uses Intervals to track time online, the time entries are aggregated into a weekly timesheet. What about people who did not track time? The Missing Timesheets Tool can show you which people have not filled in their weekly timesheet. […]
Time can be edited in several locations with the Intervals project management web app. Intervals time tracking can then be edited directly on the timesheet, on a task if it is task time, or by navigating to time >> edit time. The edit time page allows you to run a filter for a date range […]
If you see this error message while adding time, it means that the timesheet for the given week has been approved. By design, approved timesheets are locked and cannot be edited without unapproving the timesheet first. With Intervals time billing software, you can manage and modify timesheets within the proper user level. If you are an […]
With our web-based project management and collaboration tool, time isn’t added directly to a client, but rather to a project belonging to the client. Once a project has been added to a client they will be eligible for adding time. When adding time, only active projects appear in the dropdown lists, so be sure they […]
Right click support in the timesheet, calendar, and task list Right click on the weekday will display an add time window for that day and you may fill the rest manually. If you have existing time entries, you can right click a row for a particular client/project and those fields will be pre-filled as well. […]
Repetitive time entries can be more easily added if you go to Time > Add multiple time entries by adding the first time entry, and then using the copy icon to duplicate it x amount of times.
Time can be copied using the copy icon that is located in these locations: Directly to the timesheet detail of time entries for the week. On the Time >> Edit time list. On any task detail page located in the Time tab under the task summary.
Time can be manually added via these methods: Directly to the timesheet using the Add time button or by right-clicking the day of the week. The calendar on the home page, by right clicking on any date on the calendar or by the Add time button in the weekly view. By adding multiple time entries […]
There are two types of timers. General and Task timers. When applying (saving) a general timer, there is an option to apply the time to the project, without a task (General Time – No Task). For example: When applying a task timer, the time must be added as task time: The timers are located in […]
No. Time tracking on tasks is not required. Time can be added at the project level. When starting a general timer, time will be applied at the project level by default, but it can be saved to a task as well. Below is an example for adding general time: And here is an example for […]
Intervals project management web based software follows a Monday – Sunday submission and approval workflow where people are prompted to submit their weekly timesheets for approval by an administrator. When a timesheet is approved the week in question is locked and the user who owns the timesheet will no longer be able to add time. […]
Only administrator level users can approve timesheets. Since Intervals features project level permissions, managers only see projects where they share access with a resource so they could potentially only have a partial view into what the person has worked on. Administrator level users see all projects and are not limited by the project permissions, any […]