There are four areas of the TimeTracker browser experience:
- Editing timesheet
- Submitting time
- Analytics: seeing dashboards and exporting data
Your time is captured via the TimeTracker desktop application that runs quietly in the background on Mac and Windows operating systems as well as plug-ins for Adobe Creative Cloud; TimeTracker also communicates directly with backend servers, such as Microsoft Exchange.
The TimeTracker browser is used for:
- reviewing how you spent your time
- adjusting your timesheet draft
- submitting your timesheet
- reviewing dashboards of your history
- exporting your data
- managing your account settings
- managing organizational account settings (for administrators)
Either click on the View Calendar button in the TimeTracker Desktop app or the TimeTracker extension, or visit timetracker.openhour.com
Adjusting your time
Once you are logged in, your activity will be shown on the Calendar View. You can edit (double-click the activity block), move or delete any activity. You can also add new events simply by double-clicking on the Calendar page. Note if you have no Project selected (on the right side of the Calendar View), your activity will appear as "Not assigned". If a Project is selected, then any new activities will be assigned to that Project.
Viewing your timesheet
To see your timesheet summary, click on the "Timesheet" navigation button, and you will see your timesheet along with the ability to Print, Export and Submit.