A Project is the broadest type of time record you can create. Inside one single Project, you can have as many associated Tasks as you wish.

The Project feature was in fact designed to offer a wide range of possibilities to the user when it comes to deciding what a “Project” really means in a specific work context.

In that sense, you can put together a new Project and name it, for example, accordingly to:

  • a particular type of work (e.g., “Marketing chores”)

  • focusing on a precise period of time (e.g., “November 2021”)

  • dedicating it to an individual client (e.g., “Sony project”) or even a team member (e.g., “John Smith’s project”).

The way you customize your projects will determine their own function and overall utility.

To access the project’s dashboard, go to Manage 👉 Projects

Name (blue rectangle)

By clicking on the project's name, you will get to the main settings of that particular project.

Code (yellow rectangle)

Codes are short descriptive pointers in order to quickly identify a time record.

Note: The code always comes in front of the client's name. To set a code, click also on the project's name.

Client (purple rectangle)

By clicking on the client's name, you will get to the settings of that client.

Three “dots and lines” icon (red rectangle)

The value under this icon indicates the current number of Tasks under that Project.

Figure icon (green rectangle)

The value under this icon indicates the number of team members who are part of that project.

Total Time (pink rectangle)

This field shows you the total tracked time on that particular project.

Note: You can define a planned time for each project. If the defined time is exceeded, the number becomes red. To set a plan, click on the project's name.

The Billable time (black rectangle)

This field shows you the amount of money that was billed under that project.

Note: You can define a specific budget for each project. If the budget is exceeded, the number becomes red. To set a budget, click on the project's name.

Project filters

On the left side of the dashboard, as you can see below, you’ll find the filters. This is the area where you can filter your Projects by client, status, members, assignees, etc.

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