If you haven't viewed our video tutorial yet, here's a short section about tracking. Below the video, you will find written instructions as well.

To start tracking, navigate to the Track page. You can start tracking immediately, even if you haven't created your project yet.

There are two different ways to enter your hours, tracking real-time or manually filling out a weekly timesheet. You can switch to a different view here:


You will want to choose this option if you need to track exactly how much time you spent on each task and switch between the activities. This view allows you to:

  • add detailed rich descriptions of what you are working on

  • use ‘Favourite logs’ for recurring activities

  • switch between activities

  • add your expenses

  • attach files (allowed file extensions: .pdf, .csv, .xls, .xlsx, .doc, .docx, .txt, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif)

  • use tags

By clicking ‘Start’, the timer will start running right away and you can add log details later. By clicking ‘Add time log’ you will be able to manually enter start and end time or duration. This way you can enter time for the past as well. If no times are entered, the timer will start when you add a log.

You can always stop your work and then resume a time log, like this:

Or you can simply switch between activities. This action will stop tracking your current activity and start a log with the new activity.

The recorded time can also be shown on a Timeline, so you can quickly identify any gaps in your workday and add missing time logs.

There is one more feature this view has to offer, the Favourite time logs. If you work on tasks that recur frequently, you can add them to your favourites, so you will be able to start them in no time.

Learn how to create favourite logs >>>

Keyboard shortcuts

You can use these keyboard shortcuts to perform actions without using the mouse:

  • A - opens "Add new time log" form

  • Shift + 1,2,3,4... - to start/add a Favorite log

  • < > (left/right keys) - to move between dates


You can switch to the weekly timesheet view here:

This view enables you to quickly fill out a weekly timesheet. You will want to use it, if you are not tracking your activities in real-time, and are used to manually entering your hours in a timesheet at the end of the day or a week.

Here you will be able to see how much of your time was spent on each task in a week. This view however offers fewer possibilities for adding details to your time logs. If you need to include descriptions, tags, or expenses, please use a real-time tracker.

Additional option: Time logs can’t be added without selecting a project and a task

Time logs can generally be added without assigning them a project and a task. However, administrators are able to set Project and Task fields as required to enter for every recorded log.

Go to Account Admin > General settings and select: TEAM MEMBERS MUST ENTER PROJECT AND TASK ON EVERY WORK LOG.


If you are tracking time on the go, please download the My Hours mobile app:


If you wish to receive a reminder on your mobile device at the start and the end of each workday, please go to your Profile and enter your working hours. Each team member can set their own working hours.

5. ASSIGNED TASKS (optional)

If you assign tasks to a team member, they will find them in the 'Assigned' dropdown:

This is however not necessary for them to be able to track time on these tasks, they just need to be assigned to a project.

3/4 Get you reports >>>

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