Assigned Projects List

Upon Login, on the Time Tracking Widget user will firs see Assigned Projects list. An overview list of Projects they are working on with total time spent on all the Tasks for each Project individually, and which Project has currently active Task Timer.

After selecting a Project, Tasks List will appear where employees will be able to Start / Stop the Timer and edit it's Progress.

Tasks List

Task list displays all the Tasks an employee is working on for a specific Project, with Task name, Start / Stop button and total time spent on each Task. Additionally, Task priority and it's progress status label are also displayed.

Each task can have it's own progress label - Default ones being To do, On hold, In progress, Done. Different one can be assigned and changed for each task by either Employee on the Widget or Admin/Manager on the dashboard anytime.

Each task can also have different priority - Low, Medium, High; Priority can be assigned and changed per task by Admin/ Manager only from the Dashboard.

Add new Task

Adding new Task can be simply done by employee from the widget by clicking on the "Add New Task" button that can be found on the Time Tracking widget

Tip: In order to enable your employees to add Tasks from the widget at least one Project has to be created, and Workpuls should be set up as following:

1. Workpuls has to be set up to run in Visible Mode.

  • Click Settings on the Side bar;

  • Click Tracking Settings button;

  • Click on the three dots on the far right of the Shared Settings you wish to have Visibility mode set or changed.

2. Projects/Tasks Options must be set so that Track Time on Projects is On, and that Employees are allowed to add new Tasks.

  • Click Settings on the Side bar;

  • Click Tracking Settings button;

  • Click on the three dots on the far right of the Shared Settings you wish to edit;

  • Scroll down to the Tasks section of the Settings page;

  • Make sure that Track time on tasks and Allow employees to add new tasks boxes are checked

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