Timesheet(er) - Time Tracking App
Highly usability centered, intuitive time tracking app with all functions you need to ease management of your projects and activities.
All features you need for your project time management
Timesheeter is highly usability centered, intuitive application for managing time for your projects and activities. When you enter
your timesheet informations you want to be fast, it must happen in a few seconds. Timesheeter allows you to enter timesheet
informations in few clicks, in best case 2 clicks.
You can use timesheeter on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. For iPhone there are free and pro version. Free version has some limitations. It allows you to insert up to 10 entries, it has some test data, popups, advertisements and less functions. Popups
are used to explain you the Timesheeter features. In pro version there are no limitations, no popups, no advertisements and more functions.
Timesheeter provides you with a lot of Features that are a must have for project and activity time management. Everything works just with finger selects, you don't have to write anything. With Timesheeter you can insert, edit and delete your time sheet entries. You can use settings to configure timesheeter to best fit to your needs.
All entries can be exported as CSV (Excel), TXT or PDF file to your e-mail, iTunes share folder or Dropbox.
The point is, that you can insert time sheet information into your device, export your entries, edit them in Excel and import them again into your device.
You can import CSV files from iPhone e-mail attachments or from Dropbox with just on click.
If you have some problems check help. If the problem persist just send us an email. "Send e-mail to developer" button is provided in info screen.
Insert New Entry
Project with Task, Date, Time, Pause and Details
With "New Entry" you can insert time for particular project that you work on. After the insertion of your time sheet, the project name will be saved and
offered to you for selection the next time you enter "New Entry". The same works for tasks. So you don't need to enter the project name and task every time.
You can select start time, end time, pause and hours worked. Buttons are provided for fast selection. With the click on button 'last selection' your last saved hours worked will used. Pause will be automatically subtracted from you working time, after you save the entry.
When you insert new entry it will be marked as not paid. With the slider you can mark one entry as paid. If you want to mark more entries as paid at the same time, you can use "Data management".
If you insert two entries for the same project on the same day, the time for second entry will be automatically adjust. The end time of the first entry becomes start time for the second entry. After Timesheeter automatically corrects time for your second entry, you can still adjust the time.
For new entries you can use Events from iPhone Calendar, by clicking on calendar icon inside of "New Entry" Screen. A list of your iPhone Calendar events is shown to you, so you can just select one as your new entry.
You can also save your time entry to your default iPhone calendar.
Month, week, day and project overview of your worked hours and your earnings
all in the same Screen
In overview you have 4 different views: month, week, day and project view. You can switch between views by clicking on calendar icon. If you click on "today"
timesheeter will navigate to current week or current month, depending on the view you are currently on.
The working time and earnings will be calculated for day, week and for the whole month.
You can navigate through months or weeks by clicking the navigation arrows.
With the click on one entry you can edit it, with a finger swipe you can delete it
There is also a plus button if you want to insert new entry.
If you don't want to see your earnings you can disable it in settings, "show earnings" option. In settings you can also set ""on start jump to overview"" parameter so that Timesheeter jumps directly to overview on start. In settings you can also set the order of days in a week (ascending, descending) and the order of weeks in a month (ascending, descending). In settings you can set if you want to show paid entries or not. If you set it to NO, paid entries will be hidden.
Statistics for projects and activities
With Timesheeter you can generate projects and task statistics. You can generate statistics with following filters: Project (select one or more),
start date, end date. With this filters you are flexible enough to generate daily, monthly, weekly and yearly
statstics. By clicking on any pie chart area you get detailed information about the clicked area: percentage, amount of time and earnings.
If you select more than one project you get the overall statistics. For each project the percentage, amount of time spent on whole project and earning for the whole project.
If you select only one project you get the task statistics. For each task in selected project you get the percentage, amount of time spent for that task and earning for that task.
A lot of settings for fitting your needs
In settings you can configure following parameters:
- default value for project
- default value for task
- default value for work start time
- default value for work end time
- default value for pause
- show earnings - you can set it to OFF if you only want to see hours worked and no amounts
- on start jump to overview
- order of entries in overview (ascending, descending)
- week start day - if your working week starts f.i. on Tuesday, Wednesday ...
- hide paid entries in overview - if set to ON your paid entries will be hidden
- use last entry in expenses - if you enter f.i. insert fuel expense for one project, next time you select fuel expense all values will be filled in to speed up insertion
- e-mail to - receiver of exported file
- CSV field separator - depending on your country Excel uses ";" or "," field separator, so if you see that all information for one entry is in one line in excel spreadsheet you should change field separator and export the files again. The same problem may happen on import, so just change field separator and it should work. If the problem still persist feel free to contact us.
- Encoding - if you want to open exported file on Windows select Windows encoding, if you want to open it on Mac select Mac OS encoding.
- Order entries by - you can order your exported entries by project or by date
- Export fields for time entries - you can select which fields you want to export. You can reorder export fields too.
- time picker increment - in apple date picker wheel minutes will be shown in selected interval
- duration format - you can switch between hours:minutes format for duration or decimal / fractional duration format. For instance: 12:15 in hours:minutes format and 12.25 for decimal / fractional duration format
Export project entries and expenses as CSV File
You can export you entries and expenses via e-mail, save them on Dropbox server or in iTunes share folder. The entries can be exported as CSV File, so you can use
them with excel. The entries can be exported as TXT or PDF too.
Export is flexible, so you can select which projects should be exported, starting date, ending date, export type and what do you want to export, your project entries or your project expenses. Which fields you want to export, the order of fields and the order of your time entries can be configured in settings. There are 2 order types for your exported time entries, by project and by date
The files that are exported to Dropbox server will be saved in "Timesheeter" folder. If you export data for only one project the filename will be "YOUR_PROJECT_NAME_timestamp", for instance: "Project1_2011010110000", if you export data for more than one project file name will be "Projects_timestamp", for instance: "Projects_2011010110000".
IMPORTANT While you are exporting your entries check the separation character. Separation character ";" or "," is country dependable.
If you see that all the data for one entry is in one cell in excel, this means that you have to change your separation character in Timesheeter settings.
You can choose which fields you want to export and you can choose the order of those fields in Timesheeter settings. Timesheeter expects the same fields on import as specified export fields in Timesheeter settings.
If the problem persist, just contact us.
Intelligent CSV file import
Timesheeter is only Timesheet App in Store that allows you to export your entries, edit them in excel and import them again.
CSV File Import
You can import entries from CSV file from iPhone mail app, by holding the attachment and clicking at "Open in Timesheeter" after the iPhone dialog comes up. Timesheeter will start the Import procedure and you will see the "Preparing to Import X Entries". After the preperation if accomplished, Timesheeter checks the Entries that will be imported. If all entries have acceptable values (correct date and time formats, not empty project name ...) your entries will be imported and you will get detailed feedback from Timesheeter. After that you can see your entries in overview.
If Timesheeter findes some inacceptable values if will show you information about the entries that can not be imported - for instance corrupted Date.
You get the full detailed feedback from Timesheeter which data in CSV File is corrupted (date and time formats, empty project name). You can then correct your CSV file in your excel and perform import again.
If Timesheeter finds some inacceptable data, the whole import will be canceled. No partial imports are allowed because we don't want to provide corrupted and inconsistend data
Timesheeter expects the same fields on import as specified export fields in Timesheeter settings. The order of the fields is not important.
If you open the exported csv file in excel and you see no umlauts or special characters or those are shown incorrectly try the following:
- in Excel click on "import"
- select the exported csv file
- select the MacOS encoding
- select the separation character (";" or ",")
You can also import your predefined projects and tasks. You have to create a csv file with 2 columns:
Your CSV file could look like this:
project 1,task 1
project 1,task 2
project 2,task 3
project 2,task 4
or like this
project 1;task 1
project 1;task 2
project 2;task 3
project 2;task 4
Timesheeter is going to import 2 project names (project 1, project 2) and 4 task names (task 1 to task 4) that will be offered to you in a suggestion list.
You can import CSV files from Dropbox server with only one click. Timesheeter shows you all CSV files in your "/Timesheeter" Dropbox folder. You can just select one and the import process will be started.
IMPORTANT While you are importing your entries check the separation character for excel. Separation character ";" or "," is country dependable.
Backup and restore your database
You can backup your Timesheeter database to iTunes documents folder (share folder). You can then open iTunes, select your iPhone, select Apps, scroll down the window,
click on Timesheeter and you will see your shared files, among others your database files. Database files end with extension ".sqlite". You will see Stunenliste.sqlite and Timesheeter_Database.sqlite.
Both are valid database files. Stundenliste.sqlite is the database currentry used. Timesheeter_Database.sqlite is your exported Database.
You can export your database to dropbox or via e-mail too.
You can restore your database from e-mail, if you select your attachment and click on "open it in timesheeter".
You can restore your database from iTunes shared documents folder if you remove all sqlite files from itunes document folder, rename your previously backed up database file to "Stundenliste.sqlite" and save only the Stundenliste.sqlite file in iTunes shared folder. If there are some other sqlite files in timesheeter itunes share folder, delete them and live only your new one.
You can restore your database from dropbox by simply clicking on "restore from dropbox". Your newest database file from Dropbox will be restored. Your dropbox database files names must contain "Timesheeter_Database" or "Stundenliste" and file extension must be ".sqlite".
Timesheeter Store - In App Purchase
FTP Server Connection
Timesheeter offers you the possibility to connect to your private or your company's FTP server, export your data as CSV, PDF or TXT and backup your Timesheeter database to that server.
After you purchase FTP Server feature, you have to configure the server address, the path to the folder in which you want to save your data, your FTP Server account username and password. You can do that in Timesheeter settings.
Timesheeter accepts following values for FTP Server address:
For path you can use:
PATH_TO_FOLDER/PATH_TO_SECOND_FOLDER and so on.
If you purchase it on one device and want to have it on another device too, just use the "Restore purchases" button to turn on FTP Server feature.
Once you purchase FTP Server feature, you won't get charged the second time you purchase it on the second device with the same apple account. Don't worry, Apple won't charge you 2 times for the same In App Purchase.
Timesheet(er) HD and Timesheet(er) Pro are two different apps, if you purchase one In App Feature for Timesheet(er) Pro, that doesn't mean that you will automatically have it for Timesheet(er) HD.
Import from FTP Server is currently not supported and will be offered in near future.