I have to update/modify the tasks for the employees before exporting to QB's, and since I can't easily see them without clicking or getting a report its very time consuming to click through each day for each employee. If I could easily see it I might only need to click on a couple. =)7 votes
Thanks for this suggestion, Stacy. Being able to see those tasks from the View TimeSheets screen would be a great boon. We’ll consider this for a future update.
Folks, if you can, please share your support and votes for this idea below.
Have a general clock-in, for when you start "at the shop" that includes your hours per job, that way we can better track our OT per week.9 votesAdminJT Abbott (Admin, ClockShark) responded
Thank you for sharing your idea, and allowing folks to have a forum to support and vote for it. Just to follow up and try and get some more information for this request, would the employee be getting the total hours for jobs they already worked or for the jobs they are scheduled for?
On the timesheets on the mobile app, we do have a counter up top that tells the employee how much regular time, OT, DT, time off, and total time they have tracked this week.
I do know lots of our customers have a “office/set up” job that they will clock into to get their schedule plan their route, etc. And from there they will clock into all their jobs/tasks for the day. But any more specifics you can give us would be greatly appreciated.
we go from unit to unit and would like to track time in each unit. Since this is not available in tasks without adding items to quickbooks (which will not work for us) I would like to either have a sub task or time stamp in the notes.16 votes
Thanks for sharing your idea, Bill. Out of curiosity, can you explain how a sub task would help you track this? Are you seeking a way to just not export the time from each task to QuickBooks?
Anyone who has an idea of how they would like to see this feature implemented, please let me know here, or with your votes. We will consider adding it in a future update.
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