Home Tab

Home Tab is a kind of team summary to check the progress at a glance.

The page consistsĀ of 4 parts.

Timesheet Widget

It starts with the live status of your team timers. When you click to view details, you can open our real-time progress dashboard.

Next comes a table with a team timesheet showing past and this week (excludes the time of deactivated members) with the total below. We highlight data in cells to facilitate the process of reading when a team has 10 and more members. This is possible to filter by a team group to limit the number of people showing up.

No highlight appears if the time reported is less or equal to 6 hours. Green signifies everything is OK when a user reported between 6 and 9 hours. Yellow marks a slight overtime when logs show between 9 and 14 hours. Lastly, when you see more than 14 hours reported, we highlight it in red.

Admins may click on any cell with data to see the details or adjust hours and add missing time for other members if the cell is empty. It is even possible to track time for the future date providing you switch this option on in the Team Settings.

Supervisors also see all team members there. However, they don’t see members’ time when members track it in a project a supervisor doesn’t have access to. Instead, they will see an empty cell or cell with partial hours that are reported in projects, open to both a member and a supervisor.

Projects Widget

It displays the reported time of top 15 projects (from the biggest hours number to the lowest). There is a split in billable and non-billable time which allows an admin to see any delay in working on billable projects. SupervisorsĀ see just total hours. The period is this month by default with an option to set your own period.

You can also filter by project or client and display billable time, loss and profit for you and the sum your client should pay.

Members Widget

This is a list with members names and their hours, also split in billable and non-billable.

 

Expenses

Admins can see the company’s expenses across different categories and periods in a pie chart form.

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