It would be great if you had a pomodoro timer add-on. Also, it would be nice if you had an integration with MS tasks and calendar.
Allow time reporting by tag like you do project suggestion Accepted
Currently, I can give people the ability to run reports on time based on the project. However, we're heavily utilizing tags and some users who could use the ability in some cases (e.g. tags) should not have the ability to see everyone's time all the time within that project (except for the relevant tags).
Invoices locks when using arrow key during client selection error Accepted
Scenario: Start to type a client name in the "Client" input box, then press the down arrow key in an attempt to move the cursor down into the auto-complete suggestions to pick a client via keyboard navigation.
Expected Behavior: Arrow keys would work like a native select box and allow one to navigate to the desired client and hit "enter" to confirm selection
Actual Behavior: The entire page locks up, becoming completely non-responsive.
Automatic time-tracking for a large number of projects, inevitably requires some kind of pattern to your keywords. The ability to export keywords to excel would make it a lot easier to check that all of your projects have appropriate key words, and the ability to import keywords from excel would make it easier to update the key words in bulk, rather than manually checking each project individually.
PDF detailed report in landscape suggestion
The format of the DETAILED daily time sheet report in PDF is horrible because it is exported in portrait format... it should be printed in Landscape and the different fields should have enough spacing to enable proper reading of data...
The personal time out or break should be a field or button or option on the website and not only on the desktop app... I can't find it...
When TimeCamp is linked to smartsheet and we select a smart sheet project, why are we unable to add a task to the timecamp entry... Going back to smartsheet to update it is a lot of work... You can provide this option in the settings (can or can not add a task to an integrated project)
Clickup Timer Integration suggestion
Currently the clickup integration imports tasks from clickup to timely and you have to select the task from the desktop application. This is quite clunky the way the folder hierarchy is set up and doesn't allow for sorting by status.
It would be great if timecamp can have a clickup-first functionality, like their toggl integration but using timecamp.
ie. It would be great to select the task in clickup using the "start timer" functionality and it automatically change the task in the timecamp desktop app to the synched task from clickup.
The use case is an agency where the same application is used for different clients so you have to manually track the time against the client rather than automatically allocating a URL or keyword to a task.
Ability to add diferent bank details suggestion
Depending on the customer you work for it could be that you need to provide different bank details. Right now I have to type these in the address field, which is not great. Would be good if you can select the right details when creating the invoice or link it to a customer
As reports are sent to clients, it would be wise to have a feature that hides the users name, to comply with privacy laws.
Constant Color suggestion
In every project I set the color to "Set for all subtasks" and Set for everyone". If there's a way to make this default, I haven't found it. That should certainly be available.
Even more basic is that the checkboxes for those should STAY checked so I know I've done that task. Occasionally I miss it and my assistant is seeing different colors for some reason, and that's confusing. Not a big deal, but definitely sub-optimal and not what I'd expect as an interface element.
Monthly budgets suggestion
We don't all have projects with a fixed time budget. If you work on a retainer, having a client budget that automatically resets every month is a huge benefit. Harvest even alerts you if you are hitting a certain % of your budget each month and our project managers love this feature.
Report Filter for # hours entered suggestion
Is it possible to filter for those that have not entered time (or even better, those that have entered > or < a certain amount of hours)
I know we can export, but a periodic report of those that haven't entered sent every week would be HUGE for compliance.
We are working on multiple projects which have some files with unique names, but also share some common files/libraries.
We can define the unique project file names as keywords for each project, so that TimeCamp automatically detects what Project we are currently working on. But if we define the common file name "say File A", which is common to both projects, as keywords for both projects, then TimeCamp seems to look for the first project "alphabetically" in which the keyword is found and then auto detect and change to that project.
So, if we have defined the same keyword "File A" in both Project A and Project B and Project B has currently been auto-detected (based on another keyword unique to Project B), then if we start to edit File A, we would like TimeCamp to continue recording time against Project B (as File A is defined as a keyword for Project B), rather than switch to Project A (where File A has also been defined as a keyword), just because it is searching alphabetically through the projects for the first project in which the keyword could be found.
So, we would like TimeCamp to look for the keyword in the project which is currently auto-detected, before looking to find the keyword in other projects alphabetically.
Or, ideally to look for the keyword in the projects in the order in which they have been more recently used, rather than alphabetically - then select the project for which the keyword has been defined based on the project most recently used.
It's on your web site, it's in the Google Chrome extension store, but it's greyed out and doesn't appear to work. What gives?
On the App, the display of the Timesheet isn't easy to read, as there is just the category of the task with the tree structure and the duration, but it would be helpful to have also the start and end hours, as on any calendar view. Also, the order of the tasks can be modified on the web (setup in timesheet - view per day) but not on the App where it should be syncronized with the sorting set on the web, or a separate setup on the app
It'd be great for the ability, in the android or web app, to collapse 'tasks' into single tile item with a timer start/stop button and the amount of time spent on that task that day. Then I can hit the start timer button on that task, or hit the start timer button on another task causing the first to auto stop. It would function just the same as the system does now, keeping track of the starts/stops as separate line items. But I don't need to see that list all the time and it's distracting. Just want some tiles, start/stop, title, and total time committed.
Great system! Keep up the good work.
Lista de prioridades suggestion
Minha sugestão, é a inclusão de dois campos para cada tarefa, Data início e Data Fim. A data início será fixa e igual a data de criação da tarefa e a data fim livre para o usuário definir e alterar. Estes campos devem ser Data e Hora.
Na visão projetos será necessário incluir três opções de classificação automática, para utilização conforme a preferência do usuário: Data Início (crescente ou descrescente), Data Fim (crescente ou descrescente), Nome da tarefa (crescente ou decrescente). A classificação final será por hierarquia e o campo preferencial.
Se quiserem destacar as tarefas com o prazo vencido, fiquem á vontade, mas eu acho que a classificação automática é suficiente. Digo isso porque já possuem a categorização das tarefas por tag de cor.
A inclusão deste campo também permite a criação de um diagrama de gannt. Utilizando a mesma estrutura de hierarquia das tarefas, considerando a data início e a data fim e também as pessoas ou grupos atribuídos nas tarefas.
Isso vai enriquecer muito a aplicação.
When working on multiple projects and switching between them, using Keywords to automate the tracking is a great feature.
It would be great if the Automatic tracking link in the Timecamp client would open of the current project's web page where the user could edit that project's Keywords. Right now it pops-up that a message saying nothing can be done when it's in Automatic mode. The user could edit the Keywords it uses to select the project.
This would make it much easier to manage Keywords as one works instead of trying to set aside time to adjust all the tasks and projects one could be working on.