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• Sales Management (sale)
• Time Tracking (hr_timesheet)
• Invoicing (account)
• Employee Directory (hr)
Project Timesheet Time Control
- This module adds a button at account analytic line level to compute the spent time, in minutes, from start date to the current moment.
- It improves the domain applied to task field for accommodating to a project flow.
- It adds a datetime field that replaces date field in tree view, and write date field with datetime field value.
- It also adds a task filter and a group by task options in the search.
- Finally, it allows to open and close tasks from account analytic lines. The selected closed stage is the first one that is found with the mark "Closed" checked.
You can access via timesheets:
- Go to Timesheets > Time Tracking > Activities.
- Create a new record.
- You will see now that the "Date" field contains also time information.
- If you don't select any "Analytic account/project", you will be able to select any task, opened or not.
- Selecting a task, the corresponding analytic account/project is filled.
- Selecting an analytic account/project, tasks are filtered for only allow to select opened tasks for that project. Remember that an opened task is a task whose stage doesn't have "Closed" mark checked.
- At the end of the line, you will see an icon of a cross inside a circle.
- When you press this button, the difference between "Date" field and the current time, writing this in the field "Duration".
- You can modify the "Date" field for altering the computation of the duration.
or via tasks:
- Go to Project > Search > Task.
- Click on one existing task or create a new one.
- On the "Timesheets" page, you will be able to handle records the same way as you do in the above explanation (except the task selection part, which in this case doesn't appear as it's the current one).
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