Setting up Hubstaff for Paymo Time Tracking

Paymo Time Tracking Integration Setup

Connecting your Hubstaff account with your Paymo account is very simple – just follow the steps below.

IMPORTANT: You must connect your account in order to see tasks that are assigned to you. Also, connecting an integration allows for time to be sent back to the third-party software.

Step 1

Click on “Integrations” on the sidebar menu. Then make sure you have selected the correct organization on the top right corner of the page. Next, select the Paymo logo from the list of available integrations.

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Step 2

You will be taken to a screen that will ask you to enter your API token. Go into your settings on Paymo and scroll to the bottom where it says, “App passwords (Api Keys).” Enter a name for your link and click “Generate.”

Step 3

A box will appear with your API token. Copy it and paste it into the “API token” field back on your Hubstaff integration setup page.

Step 4

When the integration has been successfully authenticated, you will be taken to a screen where you can link your Paymo users/projects to your Hubstaff users/projects. See how to link your Hubstaff projects and users and finish the integration setup.

Tasks might not sync right away. It can take approximately 5 minutes after linking your team. Also, please keep in mind that each time you add a new project or user to your project management tool, the integration needs be refreshed in Hubstaff for those changes to take effect, then link those accordingly.

Currently, when you add a new project in the project management third-party provider, you need to access the integrations page in Hubstaff > refresh the projects list > link the new project > assign team members to the Hubstaff project that’s linked to the newly added project.

Tasks can be completed outside of Hubstaff in the project management tool to have the time synced as well.

Subtasks are not supported with this integration.

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