Time Tracking

3 minute read •

July 24, 2019

Hassl Features

Track any task, from anywhere.

Keep on top of your tasks, and see what’s taking up your time. No more third-party apps or annoying chrome extensions. Intuitive, one-click time tracking your team will find a pleasure to use.

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Manage Projects and Tasks Better with time tracking!

When you first create a project you will see a list of toggled options on the right-hand side ( Gantt charts, Time tracking, and Hassl Brain). To enable time tracking for that project, simply turn time tracking on. 

how to enable time tracking

How to estimate time for projects

To estimate and quote a specific amount of time for a task, hover to the left of the clock icon on your task and enter the amount of time. This is only for your reference and will not stop the timer once it reaches the estimated time. 

How to track time for tasks

There are a few options to start tracking the time spent on each task. You can either select the task from the top menu, from your dashboard or from within the individual task. 

On your Hassl dashboard, you will see an overview of time tracked today and for previous days. At the bottom of the dashboard, you will see your total hours tracked per project. If you have a task with time tracking enabled, you can immediately start tracking from your dashboard task list. Otherwise, you can access the timing button on the individual task when you go into the project. 

Time tracking in reports

If you have enabled time tracking for a certain project, it will be visible in your project report. This will help you analyse and understand what tasks took the most time and areas to improve.

Why should I use time tracking?

Time tracking enables you to see how many hours you are spending on each task and project. This can be used to better allocate your team and resources. However, time tracking isn’t necessary for everyone, the choice is up to you. 

Do I have to use time tracking? 

Of course not. If you do not need time tracking for your tasks and projects, you can simply turn it off from within a project. 

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Author

Lauren Crystal

Scottish digital entrepreneur in Melbourne. Proud MD of Your Creative Agency, co-founder of Hassl. Contributor to The Startup.

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