Time tracking helps to keep an eye on the time you’re spending, and can be an eye-opener as to where your time actually goes.
In Scoro there are multiple ways to track your time. If you haven't done so already, catch up on your reading on tasks and time entries, as these are the basis for time tracking in Scoro.
In addition to logging time manually under your tasks, you can use the Time tracker that does it for you. Thanks to the easy and automatic time tracking, you get truly accurate detailed reporting on all activities.
Let's take a look at different ways to use the Time tracker.
Just pick any task or time entry from your task list and start tracking time while doing the assignment. Click on the time entry icon on the task line and select Start time tracker. If you start the tracker on the task line, a new time entry is created under the task and the time is logged under it.
Or to start tracking time for a time entry, click on the time entry icon in front of the time entry and select Start time tracker.
You can instantly see the time running on the header of your site.
Or, instead, start a tracker from any view in Scoro. You can acces the Time tracker wherever you are in Scoro just by clicking the tracker icon in the header of your site. Or if the time is already running, just click on it to open the tracker menu.
You can see all your scheduled tasks and time entries listed in the Time tracker menu.
In the tracker menu you can see:
- tasks that have active time entry logging
- tasks with a deadline today
- tasks that have a time entry scheduled for today
- other tasks from your task list arranged by deadline
In the menu you can also see other users' tasks, if there is a time entry scheduled for you under it. These tasks are displayed in lighter grey.
The three dots button in the end of each time entry allows you to mark it as done, modify or delete it.
Hover over the task priority icon (turns into a pencil icon) to see the preview of the task, and click on it to open task modify view and make changes to the task. Click on the name of the task to open the task detailed view.
To begin tracking time, press the Start button. You can either log time under an already existing time entry, or when pressing the Start button next to the task name, a new time entry is created under the task.
When the time is running, the Start button turns into a Pause button. When clicking on it, the time stops, but the time entry remains in the menu list. The time entry will be logged under the task once it's marked as done (press the three dots button).
To search for any specific task or time entry, type the name of the task or description of the time entry into the search box.
In addition the previously mention options, you can start tracking time in the task detailed view. Either click on the Start time tracker button, in which case a new time entry is created under the task. Or click on the Start button next to an already existing time entry.
In any view you can pause the active tracker and start another one. You can only have one active tracker running at a time – no multitasking.
Ready, set, start tracking now!
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