Chapter 23. Timesheet

Table of Contents

23.1. Overview
23.2. Understanding OfficeClip Timesheet
23.3. Welcome screen
23.4. Proxy
23.5. DCAA
23.6. Using Timesheet
23.6.1. Creating a Timesheet
23.6.2. Inbox/Outbox Portlet
23.6.3. Viewing and Editing Timesheet
23.6.4. Import/Export
23.6.4.1. Exporting Timesheets
23.6.5. Importing TrackTime
23.6.6. Archiving Timesheets
23.6.7. Auto-approving Timesheets
23.6.8. Reports
23.6.8.1. Category: Timesheet
23.6.8.2. Category: Organization
23.6.8.3. Category: Projects
23.6.8.4. Creating Reports
23.6.8.5. Viewing Reports
23.6.8.6. Scheduled Reports
23.6.8.7. Shared Reports
23.6.9. Searching Timesheets
23.7. Timesheet Administration
23.7.1. Creating Aliases
23.7.2. Setting up the Timesheet Profiles
23.7.3. Auto-approving Timesheets
23.7.4. Setting Up Workflow - Routing
23.7.4.1. Manual Approval Path
23.7.4.2. Pre-Determined Approval Path
23.7.5. Adding Service Items
23.7.6. Configuring Billing Rates
23.7.7. Defining Rules for Timesheet
23.7.7.1. Editing rules
23.7.8. Defining Payroll Categories
23.7.9. Managing User's timesheets
23.7.9.1. Rerouting timesheets
23.7.10. Allocating Projects
23.7.11. Allocating User
23.7.12. Manage Users

23.1. Overview

The Web Timesheet application enables you to track the duration of your user's activities. It automates periodic time reporting with real-time processing.

Timesheets are records of the activities performed in order to complete tasks assigned to your employees. Recording a timesheet activity involves inputting the complete details of an activity, such as the duration of the activity, type of activity, the date of the activity, the customer name, and the project name.

The Timesheet link shows the status of all the timesheets submitted for your approval, pending approval, rejection, and so forth, allowing you to take action quickly on the ones that need your attention.