Using the Timesheet

Keeping track of multiple timers allows you to easily track time for all activities while accounting for interruptions. 

The Timesheet (Track Time) screen allows you to:
 
  • Track time across matters
  • Post time to individual matters
  • Bulk post time to multiple matters

Use the Timesheet

To use the timesheet:

  1. Toward the upper right corner of your screen, in the green rectangle, click the timesheet icon.

     
    The Timesheet (Track Time) screen opens.

  
From the Timesheet screen, you can:

  • Edit timers
  • Create new timers
  • Start timers
  • Enter matter information
Note

When you start a new timer, it moves atop the timer list.

Time Entry Format

You can enter time in minutes, hours, or hours and minutes, whichever you find easier. 

Increment Example
Minutes
  • 48 = 48 minutes (displays as 00:48:00) 
  • 80 = 1 hour, 20 minutes (displays as (01:20:00)
Hours
  • 6h = 6 hours (displays as 06:00:00)
Hours and minutes
  • 2h15m  = 2 hours, 15 minutes (displays as 02:15:00)

Post your Time to a Timecard

To post your time to a timecard:

  1. To the far right of the timer’s row, click the orange clock icon.
    The Create Timecard message box displays: Time is posted successfully!
  2. Click OK.
     

Bulk Post from the Timesheet

To bulk post time entries to their respective matters:

  1. On the Track Time screen, check the boxes to the far left of time entries you want to upload.
  2. From the toolbar, click Bulk Create Timecard.

View Unposted Time (Admin Access Only)

To view unposted time, admin users:

  1. From the left navigation panel, click Activities.
  2. From the bottom of the Activities left navigation, click Timesheet.
    The Timesheet screen opens, displaying unposted time.

Complete a Timecard

To learn how to complete a timecard, see Add and Manage Time Entries.

Also see Use Global Timer.

Updated on March 3, 2022

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