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Add a timer to Timesheets that helps to manually track time spent on a task.
Is there going to be a proper response as to why this is not planned?
I agree we need something integrated with Workfront our system admin will not allow third party downloads like the app store has.
Might be worth voting on this one too!
Will sure make Workfront look funny if multiple ideas requesting the same thing keep getting upvoted.
This is a key capability that we have considered adding to Workfront which will enable our customers to track time with limited effort. While this is a capability that we have on our roadmap, unfortunately, this will not be delivered within the next 12 months. Please continue monitoring and sharing your use-cases on this post and we will ensure we reach out to you when we begin implementation of this feature.
This is really needed. The CEO said that Austin Done Right that it would be considered as he hears it requested frequently. Please reconsider not planned status.
As a new customer, I'm a little surprised / bummed that this isn't a native feature already. Really hoping to see this get added to the roadmap in the future. Our team is used to working with stopwatch timers because the actual hour entries are way more accurate.
Thanks for considering.
This would be great. We switched to WF from other software that had that feature. It really is the only thing I miss about the old software. 🙂
I used it in another system and miss it. It was a wonderful feature for individuals needing to track time on tasks. You could load your current projects, or the projects you're working on that day, start/stop the timer app and could jump around through multiple projects while the timer recorder your workable time. There's a struggle now with getting users to log time "live" after working on tasks, and capturing the real amount of time it takes for said tasks.
This is something that just came up on our Team meeting.
Can this be voted on?
Anyone needing a quick work-around on a Mac might consider using Timer by Apimac:
I have no affiliation but I used this daily myself when I was working in Web QA. I had it attached to a keyboard shortcut (actually a dedicated set of X-Keys buttons) so I could quickly start and stop a main timer, and could spawn extra timers as needed.
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