In this Vocabulary, you’ll find a list of Timeneye features and elements to help you understand how we name things inside Timeneye.
The Dashboard is the core of Timeneye: this is the place where you can control everything that happens in your workday. Here you can see your registered time for each day of the week, edit your time entries and start tracking time using the Register Time button. You will find a Personal Recap where you can monitor your work effort in a specific timeframe and your personally assigned budget for every active project.
In Timeneye, it’s possible to manually register time or start a timer to track the effort for a specific task in real-time. To start registering time with Timeneye, you’ll need to click on the Register Time button located in the top bar: this will open the Register Time dialog.
Alternatively, you can also open the Register Time view by double-clicking on any day in the calendar.
Active Timers and Time Entries appear as time cards inside the Calendar.
Active timers have a clock icon to help you understand that they are still pending and not actual time entries. Active timers stand out and have a green blinking dot so that you know at a glance what you're working on.
Time entries appear as full cards inside Timeneye.
Phases are key elements of every project as they help you to break single projects into smaller chunks. They are sub-projects and give you a detailed project overview in the Project section. You can create those when you set up a new project or from the Project Edit view.
Phase categories are used to collect Phases in larger groups that can be used within the project to identify common working areas and make them recognizable inside “Reports.” Phase Categories can be used across projects as they work as tags to be assigned to individual tasks.
The Entries log is a complete list of your time entries sorted by date. The Timesheet section is located on the sidebar menu on the left.
You can filter your time entries by clicking the Filter buttons. Just so you know, some filters may be blocked due to your permission levels.
The client is the person or company you are completing a project for. Admins can always manage, add and edit clients from the Clients section on the sidebar on the left.
Users are simply the members of your team. In Timeneye, there are three different types of users:
All of these users can be assigned to specific project and group management roles, such as:
The features and views available change according to a user's permission level.
Invite new users to join your team from the Team management section of the workspace.
Tags can be assigned to time entries in Timeneye. An entry can be assigned one or more tags, which work across projects and phases.
Using tags is not compulsory, but we recommend it when creating very detailed timesheets and reports.
Every tag is grouped under Tag lists to make managing and categorizing their time easier.
Only owners and admins can create tags from Management>Tags