Weekly Time Tracking: track time on your terms
A recurring frustration we hear from our customers is having to enter each time entry manually over and over again. So what we did is make this process a lot easier: with the Weekly Time Tracking, you can add multiple time entries in one go. You can just work on different projects during the week, and take ten minutes on Friday afternoon to fill out your timesheets. Basically, it’s the only thing standing between you and the weekend.
The Weekly Time Tracking is available in the MOVE and BOOST packages.
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There are a few benefits that come with the new Weekly Time Tracking.
- More revenue: the less time you spend on tracking time, the more hours you can actually bill your customers.
- Better business insights: the easier it is to input time entries, the more accurate it will be. Which in turn will lead to more relevant output in the form of insights into your business.
- Built-in, but out of the way: the Weekly Time Tracking isn’t in-your-face, but it’s available at your convenience in your Timesheets overview.
- As you like it: it doesn’t replace any of the previous time tracking options in Teamleader Focus, it’s just another way of doing it. And what’s the key to painless time tracking? Giving your team options.
And we’re not kidding when we say you can give your team options. With the addition of the Weekly Time Tracking, there are now around 5 different ways to track time using Teamleader Focus. Surely there must be one that suits you best? Have a look below to find out which kind of time tracker you are.
You’re kind of neurotic when it comes to time tracking - but in a good way. You like to know exactly how long you spent on each task, up to the second.
Your time tracking option: the start-stop Time Tracker. Available in the browser version and on the mobile app, so you can satisfy your time tracking needs everywhere.
As a rule, you start a task and as soon as you’re done, you register the time you spent. You like to plan ahead, so you create any tasks, calls or meetings well ahead of time and schedule them in your (or your colleagues’) calendar.
Your time tracking option: you use the option of creating and planning tasks, calls and meetings in Teamleader Focus, likely in combination with the Projects and the Calendar.
You prefer to just focus on your work during the day and take some time before you sign off to reflect and fill out your timesheets.
Your time tracking option: you go for the manual approach. You enter your time tracking(s) by hand using the single time tracking option.
Time tracking? That’s something done at the end of the week, while already looking forward to the weekend. Quickly adding multiple time entries at once, for one or more customers or projects, that’s what you’re looking for.
Your time tracking option: the Weekly Time Tracking is perfect for you. 10 minutes at the end of the week, and you’re ready to dive into the weekend.
A.k.a. “The one with the whip”. You’re not necessarily tracking time yourself, but you are in charge of making sure these timesheets get turned into billable hours. You’re often the one reminding others to fill in their timesheets on time. You don’t like to be the bad guy, but someone has to do the job.
Your time tracking option: the timesheets overview page in Teamleader Focus that shows the billable and non-billable hours of each of your colleagues.
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