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Time Tracker

This template is for project managers, freelancers and independent contractors that want to track their time on projects.
Add Task
Project:
Invoiced:
Paid:
Under Contract:
N/A:
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Project
Position
Client
Task
Start
End
Time spent
Start time
End time
Notes
Invoiced
Paid
Under Contract
N/A
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How to Use the “Time Tracker”
Add Task
Click the “Add Task” button to add your first task.
Fill Out Information
When you click the “Add Task” button, a pop up should appear to allow you to fill out the task information. Fill out the information you have like the project, position (if applicable), the client and the task being done. Filling out this information will help with invoicing.
Click “Start”
Once you’re ready to start a task, click the “Start” button to start the “Time Tracker.”
Click “End”
Once you’ve completed your task or need to take a break, click the “End” button to stop the “Time Tracker.”
Confirm “Time Spent”
The “Time Spent” field is automatically calculated by using the data in the “Start” and “End” fields. If you accidentally forgot to start or end the “Time Tracker” at the right time, you can manually edit either field to update the “Time Spent” field.
Add Notes
Add any additional notes to the “Notes” field.
Additional Notes
This template also allows you to track if a task has been invoiced, is under a current contract with a client that doesn’t need to be invoiced, if a task has been paid or if the task does not fall under any of these categories.
The “Time Tracker” is filtered to show only tasks that have not been invoiced, are not under contract or have not been paid. Once a task has been marked as “Invoiced,” “Paid,” “Under Contract”, or “N/A” the task is filtered from view. You can use the filters above the “Time Tacker” to change these filters.
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