This is the default timesheet which basically looks like a simple table. Each row represents a specific time entry created with the timer or entered manually.


To create new time entry use the top bar. Select the task you’d like to add time to (1). Next, enter duration (or ‘from’ – ‘to’ time values – 2) and click on the green button (3). That’s it!


Instead of entering row numbers, you can change the view to timer. To do this, simply click the ‘use timer’ link next to the green button. Start and stop measuring time with a single click.


Once you’ve tracked some time, you’ll see your timesheet being automatically filled up. Note that you can edit each entry by hovering your mouse over it and selecting one of available icons (1). You can also add notes or add time directly to this entry with the start button ont the right side of each entry (2).


textual_5Expands activity list. If any activites were collected by desktop application you can browse and move them between tasks.
textual_6Makes entry billable/non-billable. Handy if you want to invoice tracked time later.
textual_7Issues invoice based on selected time entry.
textual_8Allows you to edit task for selected time entry.
textual_9Deletes selected time entry.

You can also easily merge entries with drag-and-drop method. Simply “catch” desired entry and move it into different task.


You have even more options if you’re using our desktop application to measure time spent in front of computer. In this case, you’ll automatically have one ‘unassigned computer time’ entry, which you can expand. Then, you can move prefered time entries (either with drag&drop or by selecting checkboxes).


Note the filter above the list. You can hide short activities to make your timesheet more readable. While activities are grouped by default, you can also switch to chronological view and look at your time in detail, moving only desired timeframe.

Editing existing time entries

We’ve built textual timesheet so that edition of all 3 (duration/from/to) fields would be possible. The order in which you’re focusing on those fields does matter.
If you wish to edit time entry and keep specific value, you’d need to click on this value first.
For example: if you wish to keep duration and change start time, click on duration (leave it unchanged), then click on start time and change it. End time would adjust automatically.

Another example: if you’d wish to adjust duration but leave start time:
– click on “start time” first, leave it untouched,
– click on “end time” – edit it.
Start time would remain untouched and duration will adjust automatically.


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