Accuracy of recorded time

Time log for inner audit

All changes and estimates made to the task time are available for your revision. In case you have questions about how the time was logged, you can check the time log to clarify the situation.
Click on a task wherever you see it in Everhour to open its details. Next to a reported time you will see how much of it is reported by a timer. You may filter by period when you go to a time log. The data inside is grouped weekly, by date and by a member.

Typical cases to are:

  • Time tracking with timer.
  • Manually reported time.
  • Time editing.
  • Time deletion.
Untypical cases are highlighted with a different color:
  • Time tracking retrospectively.
  • Someone edited my time.
  • Someone stopped my timer.
  • Timer was stopped automatically (budget limit or day end).

Time accuracy on Member summary

If you open Home page and click on a user name in the timesheet section, you can open a member summary. One of the tabs in this summary is called Timelog. Timelog mirrors the member Time page with all time entries tracked where it could be easily edited and checked how time was reported into a task: with a timer or manually, from when to when, etc.

It has the advantage from the task time log, as here you can all history at once for a member when you need to make a quick analysis of somebody's way to track time.

In addition to that, you can open a Summary tab where you also the percentage of time reported with timer for a given period.

Time accuracy in reports

In order to see how much time was reported into your task from a report, you can add a column called Timer.

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