With Time Tracker you can keep track of your time on projects and charge for it too. We have made it super easy to start tracking your time. In only a few clicks you can be up and working in no time.

KEY FEATURES:
- Pick jobs or leads and start tracking time
- You can have these hours be billable or just for record
- You can navigate away from the page and it will still continue
- You can close the window and it will still continue

To start, click Utilities in the left hand menu select Time Tracker 

It will then take you to the page where all your time trackings will be recorded.

 

To Start Recording:

STEP 1: Start typing in what you are working on. This title will show as the line item title on the invoice.
STEP 2: Pick a job or lead (you must already have an existing job or lead created) and an invoice if you'd like OR create a new invoice option.
STEP 3: Pick a price point, taxes, etc... By entering in a description (like below) it will add sync to the description of the invoice. If you are not billing for these hours, put $0 or do not fill out.

STEP 4: Click Go! Time will start as soon as you do that. You can navigate away from that page or even X out of the Dubsado window. It will only STOP when you click the stop icon here in the time tracker page!

When it is recording, there will be a little red pulse that will let you know, as you navigate away, that time is still going!

After Time is Stopped:

After the time is stopped it will filter to the cue you to apply it to invoice or keep in there to keep working on it later.

Start an Existing Time Back Up:

If you stopped a time just to pause it and you want to come back at a later time to continue, you can click the PLAY button on that line item

 

When it is Completed:

When you are done tracking time for that project, you can click APPLY TO INVOICE on the time tracker page to send it to the invoice 

 

 

After you do that, you can keep that invoice to send at a later time or send off right away!

Any questions, shoot us an email!

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