Are you tired of counting on your fingers the difference between 11:00 and 20:00 (8:00 PM)? We are too. Or maybe you count too fast, missing an hour or two; not good! That can add up, and you'll lose a lot of money on missed hours over multiple entries.
What are Timestamps?
A Timestamp on an entry for your timesheet is the time that you started and then stopped working on your task for a project.
How do you do it?
Use Timestamps to capture when you start and finish working on a project. We'll automatically fill in the duration for you so you don't have to.
*Note: Timestamps can be used both in 12 hour and 24 hour clock formats
- Click on the entry in your timesheet.
- Add in your notes.
- Select your project.
- Plug in when you start working on your task, i.e. 12 PM - 2 PM or 18:00 - 20:00.
- Timely will do the duration calculation for you, adding 2 hours to your logged time.
Other Related Questions:
Why is 9:30 AM switching to 21:30?
If you want to write the time in the morning, make sure to use 09:30. The zero ensures your time is in the morning and not at night.
If you don't include the zero it will switch to 21:30.
Will Timestamps show up in my Reports?
Currently they aren't available via Reports, but we plan on adding them soon, so keep your eyes and ears open for it!