No I wasn’t thinking about the reports, I was thinking more along the lines of the dollar amount being shown on the Dashboard.
Here’s an example of what I’m talking about:
My week runs from Thursday to Wednesday
Project is: ABC Company – following are dates/times I worked on it:
Thu, 08/06 - 0:30:00
Fri, 08/07 - 0:27:20
Tue, 08/11 - 0:23:35
Wed, 08/12 - 0:56:27
Fri, 08/14 - 0:42:40 (project finished)
That totals roughly 3 hours. The full amount for the entire project will be billed/added to payroll on Wed, 08/19. Say the pay is $46/hour. Ideally I’d want to see $138.00 as part of the total for Wed, 08/19. Instead, what I have is $105.30 on Wed, 08/12, and $32.70 on Wed, 08/19.
In the meantime, there’s other projects being completed or worked on with the same problem of carrying the time from week to week. I suppose I could just take the totals for each week and move forward the ones I need to manually, but I wanted to check to see if I was missing anything that could make this happen automatically.
I understand what the system is doing – it’s grouping by week, assuming that all time worked in a week is grouped together to be paid. What I need is it to group and pay by Project, regardless of the time it takes to complete it.
So, if there’s a “Tip, Trick or How-to” I’m not seeing, I’d love to know. Otherwise I can wing it. The main purpose of the program is to track my time working on a project, which until now I’ve been estimating, and after just a little over a week using Clockify, I can see that I’ve been estimating far lower than I’m actually working, so it’s serving its purpose, the rest is gravy! Thanks for your help!