If you have just logged into Timeneye you might have noticed quite a few changes.
The main purpose of this update was to make Timeneye faster, more flexible, and to provide our users with a simpler and more effective time tracking.We have been working on a few cool new features, and after months of coding and testing, today we’re happy to share them with everyone.
“Cool! So, what’s new with Timeneye?”
Short answer: a lot. 😛
For the long answer, keep reading starting from the list below:
To start a timer, use the big button on the top bar. Or, double click on any day of the calendar to open the register time dialog.
You can also do some other cool stuff on your dashboard, such as: drag and drop time entries around the calendar; quick edit them by resizing them, or copy them to any date (SHIFT+drag&drop). Managing your dashboard has never been easier!
Also, we made a few changes to the old Entries log as well: you can now filter the time entries to better manage and organize them.
Last but not least: don’t forget to customize your dashboard by clicking the Dashboard options icon on the bottom right.
When working on a project, it’s crucial to keep an eye on the project’ status and to visualize clearly the time spent by anyone involved. This is why we have redesigned the project view to provide a clear overview of who’s doing what and when. The Effort graph provides a clear visualization of the all-time effort on the project. It’s also possible to view the team members’ time entries and to manage the billable time.
We also solved a few pain points that gave our users big headaches, specifically:
Until today, there were only two possible roles in Timeneye: Admin and Team Member. We felt that this limited a bit too much the level of permission for users, while also creating confusion on the what actions could be performed by whom. We also wanted to help big teams who needed to divide clearly the work.
This is why we have added two new roles that you can assign inside Timeneye, specifically:
You can set up all these roles from the Team Mangement section of the account.
We added the possibility to import data directly into Timeneye from a CSV file. Admins probably noticed an “Import data” section the menu on the left:
Many users have been asking for a feature to import a list of time entries into Timeneye. At the same time, users also asked for a quicker way to create projects and phases, so we thought: “Why not doing BOTH?”
So we created an Import function that allows two types actions, specifically:
1) Importing projects and phases: it’s the CSV – Projects section inside Import data
2) Importing time entries: it’s the CSV- Entries section inside Import data
Earlier on, our integration with Basecamp 3 was only provided by the Timeneye Widget for Chrome. We’ve built a native integration to sync your Timeneye and Basecamp 3 accounts: you’ll be able to track time directly by commenting your to-dos. It’s just like our integration with Basecamp 2!
And for those who can’t live without their digital calendar, we’ve added the Outlook Calendar integration to the list.
Last but not least, we wanted to make sure our users could track time anywhere, anytime. We completely redesigned and rebuilt our apps for both iOS and Android: they are now officially available.
As you can see, there’s been quite a lot of changes and we can’t wait to hear what you think!
TL;DR: double click on the calendar to start a timer or use the blue button on top, the project status now shows you the effort, you can now appoint Account owners and group managers, check out the new mobile apps for Android and iOS.