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Add a timer to Timesheets that helps to manually track time spent on a task.
Why is this still not planned? I've been hearing questions about this for several years and it appears this request goes back over five years. So, when this many users and companies are demanding the functionality why does Adobe continue to ignore it?
How can I upvote this? We are currently using Stopwatch and find it very clunky. It would be great to have the start/stop timer within the UI, and be able to quickly and easily start and stop without having to sort/filter through a bunch of tasks. Our team is struggling after transitioning from Wrike to Workfront.
Description - The addition of a less-manual time-tracking device within the Workfront interface. This idea has been discussed previously on Experience League, and I am relisting it now here.
Why is this feature important to you - Allows for streamlined method of tracking hours within Workfront without having to resort to external methods or applications.
How would you like the feature to work - Preferably as a stop-watch, which can exist within a project or a task.
Current Behaviour - Logging hours manually, which can lead to errors. While there may be 3rd-party integrative solutions available (such as Enterprise Stopwatch), I find it bush-league that neither Adobe nor Workfront has added this functionality to Workfront proper.
In addition to the built-in timer (and/or) the option to add a "pop-up" type reminder to log hours prior to completing a task.
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