Currently, you cannot simply drag'n'drop whole block of time entry within a day.
You all suffer from typical clean interface design disease where you think that lack of text makes an app easier to use.
Is a user really supposed to intuit that a clock means timesheet entry, a pie chart means reports, and a file folder means projects?? More over, why should I have to remember that, when the text descriptions served as fine navigation bar entries in the past?
At least have some mercy and add a hover tooltip that tells what the icons are for.
in custom report the only option is that the weekly entries are descending, so first you see last week. We would like to make a monthly report starting with the first (oldest) week and ending with the last week.
Budget tracking suggestion
I really need the project time reports to be more quickly readable. I used to use toggl and they have a beautiful visual layout that is quick and easy to uderstand. But I think the biggest challenge is that sub task need to add up and total major headings and these need to be more easily readable/separated with tabs, or separate lists, or be able to view only the major categories. Then I can get a quick view of the project status, and if there are issues, dive into the sub tasks to determine where the overruns are occuring.
What is the benefit?
This would allow to have a parent task as budget control which is usually (in our case) linked to a fixed overall budget.
For example: 80H - Product Portfolio Development (all subtasks are project level tasks for employes and don't have any influence on project budget)
All Subtasks can have budgets but are not accumulated with parent total.
We would really need this with Jira integration. Estimates for developers are not the same as fixed project time budgets.
Delete Task Validation suggestion
When a task is being deleted, the attached message is displayed - which is great, except, you are being lazy.
Computers should make my job easier. You should already know if I have tasks attached or if there are no entries, because I move them all to another project. So message should be more intelligent. this would save a lot of time checking and double checking to make sure I'm not deleting any tasks/entries.
Is this not OBVIOUS? Why do you need a suggestion for basic functionality?
Why use a computer, if you make me do all the work? Does anyone in your company actually use your product?
Team Messages suggestion
Would be nice to email certain groups, or my entire team to remind them to enter time, or other reminders. The specific use case is to remind those who have entered time but not submitted, but could prove useful for other business cases as well.
I think this used to work at some point but if I try to use search to find a task with accentuated chars, such as "Développement général" for instance, it doesn't find the task. the workaround is to type whatever chars that aren't accentuated, something like "veloppement" would work. Really annoying!
Tasks should inherit settings from projects and subtasks from tasks.
For instance, I have one general project (non billable) for many administrative tasks. I create those tasks, but while the project is non billable, I have to go back to projects and change the default each time, if I create the task while entering the activity. This alone takes one-two minutes away from productivity. The same for subtasks of a task.
It goes natural that a task in a billable project is billable and one in non billable is non billable. The same goes for tags and for person assigned to the task (I don't use it, but then again).
Browse directly to task with only url suggestion
I have a need to find a task (in my large list of tasks) by simply clicking a link. I do not wish to "share a link" because I would have to do this fir each and every task.
Can something be done where I can either browse directly to the task with a given task id?
Or can something else like automatically performing a search once I come in to the site with a given url, be done?
The ability to delete computer activities directly from the timesheet without deleting the entire time entry. selecting the unwanted ones with the check boxes that are already there, but then have a delete selected option or something
For example: client with the name clientX and I have multiple projects underneath clientX.
At the moment I can shere the link but I have to explicitly check project 1 and 2.
What will be nice is if we have a link on the root project to include all sub projects so I don't have to resend an link every time we add an project.
So ideally it will be a page where the client can go and pull their own reports without logging in
Missing widget error
I had TimeCamp (old) installed on Windows 10. I installed TimeCamp Desktop (new). Both applications were then running. Both widgets were available. I closed the old application and uninstalled it and the Widget for the new application went away. I reinstalled the new application. No change. I rebooted. No change. I downloaded the version again and reinstalled. No change. Where has the widget gone?
Ambiguous autocomplete settings suggestion
This message instructs me to click on the gear icon in the upper right corner to change the autocomplete settings. Unfortunately (1) there are two gear icons near the upper right corner (the intended icon is the one in the screenshot, but there is another under the messagebox) and (2) when I click on the correct gear icon there is no setting called autocomplete mode (the intended setting is labelled 'Synchronise timeframe with duration...'). This instruction needs some clarification.
Integration with Clio ? suggestion
My firm is currently using Clio as a practice management and billing software.
I would like to use Timecamp as an additional time-recording help, keeping Clio for centralizing the time recordings and Billings.
Is there any future plan to allow Timecamp recordings to be synchronized with Clio, either automatically or by dragging them to Clio matters ? That would be terrific.
I have a suggestion that definitively will help me (hopefully I'm not the only one). I'm currently a consultant and a developer. TimeCampas being working ok/acceptable but most of the time I need to use excel to finish my reports and invoices. because I need an extra field to add my effort time added to the time tracking. why?
- Sometimes I do work that takes more than what I can charge. so it is work/effort-time vs time track (start-stop timer)
- When I do system engineering/admin work I multitask. while the server is doing updates or installs I switch to other tasks for other projects or even other customers so I need to have time and notes for all those several tasks, and mainly want to track the actual effort time (works) since is what I will be charging to my customers.
- when having meetings I can't charge the whole time but want to keep track of the duration so I can measure the productivity of my day.
please share this request to the DevOps team.