Record your time by simply adding a line in our Timesheet, or use our online stopwatch for time-keeping. WinJur records your activities and asks you to allocate time spent on various projects (WinJur TimeTracker).
WinJur’s Timesheet seamlessly records time spent on projects and project expenses, enabling you to add entries easily. Whether you use a Stopwatch to track time, or you add it manually, Timesheet makes sure that all your records are safely stored in a single spot, ready for billing.
Adding entries to the Timesheet
One way of recording your time and expenses is through natural text or shortcuts. WinJur “reads” them, automatically interprets your intention, and allocates your entries accordingly. For example, if you type “Meeting with Muster AG 3h”, our system will record three hours with the quoted text in the description field (i.e. “Meeting with Muster AG”).
Additionally, you can use shortcuts to record billing items quicker. Thus, if you type “AS”, it would be read as “Document research”, and filed under that category. For example, putting in “AS contract 25m" would record 25 minutes with the description “document research”.
Finally, you can use “Start” and/or “Stop” shortcuts, which stop the previous time-tracking session and open a new one.
WinJur Timetracker logs your activities automatically, while you work. At the end of the working day, you simply check the list of activities and allocate them to projects. Alternatively, you can export the activities in Excel for further processing.
If you use Timetracker, the system will attempt to recognize and suggest where activities should be allocated. You can accept a suggestion, or reject it and relate the activity to another file.