Hour registration when it suits you both online and offline

Hour registration in 6, simple ways

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Flexible hour registration

Each company has different needs, and we therefore offer 6 different ways to track time. You can select which should be available, so the hour registration best suits your needs and work procedures.

1. Timesheet

The timesheet is a matrix, sort of like you know it from Excel. It is easy to navigate with the arrow keys, and you decide yourself how many days you want to see (e.g. 1, 7, 14 or a month). You can mark your favourites, so you only see the tasks that are important right now. You also have the opportunity to see how many hours are left on your personal budgets on the tasks. You can thereby easily see when you are reaching the entire budget.

The timesheet sums up all your registrations regardless of which time tracking client you make use of during the day. The timesheet is good to get a total overview of your time consumption for a given period of time.


2. The detailed timesheet

The detailed timesheet is often used by employees, who want to build their timesheets themselves instead of viewing the tasks in a matrix.

It can also be used, if you need to make several time registrations on the same task on the same day. Here you register the hours by selecting customer, project, task, and then you add the number of hours and maybe a comment.


3. TimeLog Tracker


TimeLog Tracker is an installed application that secures a proactive hour registration while you work. It runs both on Windows and Mac computers, and it also works offline. With the tracker, your hour registrations happens via a stop watch, or like the detailed timesheet, where you select a task and enter how long time you have spent on it.

By tracking the hours while you work, our experience tells us that you find more billable hours, as you invoice the 15-20 minutes you spend on tasks here and there, which in the end can add up to several hours.


4. Hour registration on iPhone and Android

For many companies, it is often a big need to track time while at the customers. Apps for both iPhone and Android makes it easy to track hours on the go, so important details are not forgotten. It is also possible to track hours offline, when you e.g. are working abroad or a place without an internet connection. The hour registrations are saved in the app, which is synchronised once the connection to the data network is re-established.


5. In/out registration

With our in/out registration, it is possible to enter the exact time for when you start and stop working, and thereafter you can distribute your work time on the projects.


6. Hour registration via Microsoft Outlook

There are two ways to use Outlook together with TimeLog:

1) With TimeLog Tracker for Outlook, your planned meetings are automatically transferred as time registrations in TimeLog. While you plan your time, you also track your hours, and you only need to enter them in one place.

Your hour registrations on future calendar events are furthermore automatically turned into bookings in the resource planner, so you have an overview of your resources all the time.

2) It is possible to create a folder, where you save the path to the timesheet. Thereafter you do not need to open TimeLog in a browser, but can select to track time in your timesheet via Outlook.

Every offer is based on reliable time estimates, and we’re constantly improving our estimation skills based on our experience with TimeLog.
Anna Porse Nielsen
CEO, Seismonaut

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