Time Tracker is a simple web application to keep track of the time people spend on any task within a project.
Think of it as a to-do-list with a clock and every thing done is put inside a project. The time entries can have a task type assigned to them, on which you can variate your billing rates.
Webolize Time Tracker is an application that you run. First you download it and then install it on your Windows (XP, Vista or Server 2003) machine. We believe the downloadable application secure. You can also install Webolize Time Tracker on your web host to make it available from anywhere.
Any modern web browser can access it, including Max OSX users of Safari and Firefox. .
The newest release of Webolize TimeTracker (released 2007-08-04) has new tools to:
- track vendors
- track expenses
- configure expense types (with separate markup multiplier)
Please download and evaluate Webolize TimeTracker Professional today!
And as always, after the evaluation period the Standard (FREE) version that tracks time for departments will keep working! .
- Deduce “changes” and record in db as a “CHANGE”
- Create ability to choose the default version new issues are assigned to when created
- make project nav visible from CreateNewIssue
- Make ProjectNav visible from ViewIssue and EditIssue
- in ProjectNav have a “next” button – which goes to current version being worked on
Category: webolize issuetracker
TRACK FULL (8 hour) day
First suggestion is to make it a policy to track your full day (8 hours) in Webolize Time Tracker. For the time you don’t do anything billable, make up a task code (perhaps Non-Billable) or a project (perhaps Miscellaneous, Administrative, or Computer Repair/Upgrade). That way you will know where your time is going and it will help you focus your time on billable projects.
USE TASK CODES
Assign each time entry you record an appropriate task code. This will save you time, so you won’t have to add notes to every entry (ex. if you have a task code named Design in Flash, you probably won’t need a note).
You can do reporting based on task codes (within a project only, or throught out the system), which will show you what types of tasks brings in the highest revenue. .