How to record time on a task
Time tracking on tasks is a breeze, provided that the Enable time option is activated within your WordPress admin settings. Here’s how to record and manage your time efficiently:
Enable Time Tracking: Ensure that the Enable time option is activated in your WordPress admin settings.
Record Time: To record time on a specific task that belongs to you, simply navigate to the task page and click Start working located in the right pane.
Pause and Manage: Once you’ve finished your work on the task, click Pause working to stop the timer.
Please note that you can only record time on one task at a time. If you need to switch tasks, you can easily locate the task you’re currently tracking time for by clicking the animated timer in the upper right corner.
Since wProject version 1.4.0, a time log is automatically maintained, even if the task changes ownership.
Additionally, you have the flexibility to edit or delete any time entry, provided that you own the task or have administrator or project manager privileges.
Note: When editing time entries, please be aware that seconds are automatically removed for your convenience.
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