✔️  Available on all subscriptions.

What
View, manage, and review all of your tracked time in a calendar-style personal timesheet.
Why
  • Manage your time across all projects and tasks in one place.
  • See how you're progressing through the working week with the timesheet's weekly view.
  • Easily spot gaps in your timesheet and fill them.
Who
  • Site admins
  • Standard users and client users with the project permission:
    • Can log time (allows users to log time against tasks and the project)
When
You need to account for how your time is being spent each week.
  • Example: Each day, use your personal timesheet to log your time worked on each task or project so that you can submit an accurate timesheet at the end of the week.
What
View, manage, and review all of your tracked time in a calendar-style personal timesheet.
Why
  • Manage your time across all projects and tasks in one place.
  • See how you're progressing through the working week with the timesheet's weekly view.
  • Easily spot gaps in your timesheet and fill them.
Who
  • Site admins
  • Standard users and client users with the project permission:
    • Can log time (allows users to log time against tasks and the project)
When
You need to account for how your time is being spent each week.
  • Example: Each day, use your personal timesheet to log your time worked on each task or project so that you can submit an accurate timesheet at the end of the week.

Before you start

  • A project must have the Time feature turned on before the project's members can track time for the project and its tasks.
  • All of your logged time is pulled into your timesheet (ex. using a timer, logging via the mobile app, etc.).

View and log time to your timesheet

View and manage your timesheet via the site-level Time section.

  1. Click Time (Image Placeholder) in Teamwork.com's main navigation menu.
  2. Select the My timesheet tab.
  3. Click the calendar icon (Image Placeholder) in the view's top right.
  4. Log time in either of the following ways:
    1. Click a slot in the calendar to create a time entry for a specific task or project.
    2. Click Add task in the view's top right, then drag a task to a slot in the calendar to log time against it.
Time entries are displayed in a calendar view based on their logged date.

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Time logs

Time logs are color-coded based on their status:
  • Billable (blue)
  • Non-billable (gray)
  • Billed (pink)
Hover over a time log to view its details. Click a billable or non-billable time log to edit it. Billed time cannot be edited.



Daily summary

The calendar's header row includes a roll up for each day, comparing logged time to working hours. Hover over this roll up to see a detailed breakdown:
  • Day and date
  • Hours logged
  • Capacity progress bar (hours logged vs. working hours)
  • Billable, non-billable, and billed time
📝 If a user has no working hours set for a specific day, capacity is not shown.

Totals

Running totals are displayed at the bottom of the calendar, counting all existing billable, non-billable, and billed time for the period being viewed. A weekly total of hours logged vs. working hours is displayed in the bottom right.




Navigate the calendar

Customize which information is displayed (and how) in your timesheet. 

Action
Location
Current period
Use the arrows next to the current week (at the top of the view) to see previous or future weeks. Use the This week button to return to the current week.
 
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Day / week view
Switch between a calendar day and week view.
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Calendar / timesheet view
Switch between the calendar and standard timesheet views.
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Filter
Refine which time logs are shown based on their associated project, client, or task status.
Add task
Drag a task from the task panel to a slot on your timesheet calendar to log time to it.
Start timer
Start a timer to track your time as you work.
Log time
Click Log time to create an additional time entry.
Options
Click the ellipsis (...) in the view's top right to access:
  • Export
  • Show weekends
Action
Location
Current period
Use the arrows next to the current week (at the top of the view) to see previous or future weeks. Use the This week button to return to the current week.
 
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Day / week view
Switch between a calendar day and week view.
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Calendar / timesheet view
Switch between the calendar and standard timesheet views.
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Filter
Refine which time logs are shown based on things like associate project or task status. See "Filter your timesheet" section below.
Add task
Drag a task from the task panel to a slot on your timesheet calendar to log time to it.
Start timer
Start a timer to track your time as you work.
Log time
Click Log time to create an additional time entry.
Options
Click the ellipsis (...) in the view's top right to access:
  • Export
  • Show weekends
📝 Timesheet approval options (if enabled) are only displayed in the calendar week view.

Filter your timesheet

Refine the tasks and projects you want to view in your timesheet and log time against. Your timesheet automatically updates as you apply filters.

  1. Click the Filter button in the view's top right.
  2. Click a filter field (ex. projects, time, task status, client) and choose the criteria you want to filter by (ex. show billable time only).
  3. Repeat step 2 for each condition you want to set. Apply multiple filters at once for a more refined view (ex. show only billable time logged on tasks due this week).Image Placeholder

Export your timesheet

  1. Click the vertical ellipsis (Image Placeholder) at the top of your timesheet.
  2. Click Export.
  3. Select your export format. 
    1. PDF
    2. CSV
    3. Excel
    4. Google Sheets — available on Grow and Scale subscriptions.

Best practices

  • Getting paid: Check the billable status for time logs so you're correctly tracking your billable and non-billable hours.
  • Make a routine: Update your timesheet at the end of each working day or week. Memories are fallible — updating things sooner vs. later makes things easier (and more accurate).