Manually adding time towards specific to-do
You can manually add time towards a specific To-do by following the steps below:
You can manually add time to a specific to-do by going to the Daily, Weekly or Calendar Timesheets page. In this example, we’ll add time on the Daily timesheets.
Next you need to add a timelog. After you click the add time button, a modal box will have appeared. This is where you will add your time entries. You must first choose the project where the to-do belongs and then choose the to-do itself in the 2nd box. You can then go ahead and add your time by choosing the start and stop time of the time entry. Lastly, you should provide the reason why you are adding time (this is required, but if you own the organization it can be changed to not be required).
To learn more about setting up to-dos in Hubstaff click here.
Manual Time FAQ
Q: Will adding manual time overwrite time logs that currently exist.
A: Yes. Manual time entries will overwrite any previous manual time or automatic time that was tracked. Hubstaff will warn you before the changes are saved. Once you overwrite a timelog is it NOT recoverable
Q: Can I add time for two projects during the same timespan?
A: No. Hubstaff will only allow you to work on one project during the same 10 minute interval.
Q: Will manual time added show on the activities page and the reports page?
A: Yes. Manual time logs will show up throughout the rest of Hubstaff, including on the reports page and the activities page.
Q: Can I add or delete manual time for others?
A: Yes. Organization owners/managers can add or delete time for others.
Q: How do I adjust which members of my team can add manual time and which members cannot?
A: There is a setting called Modify Time in the settings of your main organization. You can adjust these settings there.
Q: Can I add or edit time in seconds increments?
A. Yes, you can add/edit time down to the second.