Find out how actiTIME works at our online demo:actiTIME Demo
actiTIME allows you to track work hours and leave time. Each system user with the “Enter Time-Track” permission can track work time for tasks assigned to them and leave time for leave types available in the system.
To start tracking work time, you need to have at least one open task assigned to you. You can add a task to your timesheet using one of these options:
If you work on the same tasks week to week, you can have your timesheet pre-populated with previous tasks automatically:
To record time spent on a task, enter the amount of hours or minutes in either 'HH:MM' or 'decimal' format:
Add comments to your work time entries:
To enter leave time, click on a cell below any date, select your leave type and click OK:
Click “Save Changes” to save your entries.
When your weekly timesheet is ready, submit it for manager’s approval, if your company’s policy implies this:
To review your timesheet summary, run personal reports or use the “View Time-Track” interface. Adjust the view with the help of filters and various display options:
Besides manual recording, actiTIME also has a timer extension for Chrome. It allows you to conveniently log work hours directly in the web browser from popular applications like Jira.
Read more on configuring and using the extension here.
actiTIME also offers a native mobile app for iOS and Android where you can track work hours with comments and review your time-track:
Read more on installing actiTIME Mobile app on your device and tracking time in it here.
What if I can’t find any task in the list of available tasks?
No tasks have been assigned to you yet. Ask your manager to assign necessary tasks to you.
What if I can’t enter leave time?
There are two possible reasons for that:
Ask your actiTIME administrator to enable necessary leave types. See instructions in “Configuring The System”.
What if I can’t submit time for approval?
The Approval feature is disabled in actiTIME Settings → Turn features On / Off interface. Ask your manager to turn it on.