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1. How do I use timesheets?

Using timesheets2:40

"How do I use timesheets?"

Timesheets track the number of hours that a person works:

  • If you're paid hourly, timesheets set how much pay you're paid on payday.
  • For everyone else, timesheets are still a good way to track your hours worked, even if it's not linked to your pay.

To open your timesheet:

  1. First, tap: "Work-time menu", then "Timesheet"
  2. Or tap: "Menu", then "My timesheet"
  3. For another way to open your timesheet, open your person page.
  4. Then tap: Calendar
  5. You can now tap the gray week number circles (at the start of each week), to show you that week's timesheets.
  6. And finally, if you go back and tap any date on the calendar you'll see the timesheet for that day.

To go backwards or forwards, a day at a time, through your timesheets:

  1. First, tap the side triangles on the left and right edges of the timesheet.
  2. And finally, you can tap the heading triangles (at the top).

To open your full timesheet, if your timesheet's side loaded:

  1. First, tap the three dots: (in the top-right corner)
  2. Then tap: Open in new tab
  3. And finally, you'll see the timesheet in the main window, and you'll have access to all of the timesheet's menus.

To add a timesheet time:

  1. First, normally you'd tap Start and Finish on the work-time menu, as you set starts and stops throughout your working day.
  2. Alternatively, if you're an admin, you can tap the "Add" button:
  3. Which lets you enter a time manually, by dragging the green sliders.
  4. Then tap: Save
  5. And finally, you'll now see the time you've entered, as well as the updated total done time for your working day.

You may notice:

  • When you manually change a time by dragging the sliders, once it's saved it's got a red outline.
  • The red outline represents a: "Manually adjusted time"
  • The red outlines help you see when times were adjusted by hand, making it easier to spot timesheet fraud.
  • The recommended way to enter done time is by using Start and Finish in: "Work-time menu" (top-right)

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about how to start using timesheets!

Updated: Sat, Feb 24, 2024.

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