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    Anastasia

    Hi Michael, thank you for sharing your idea on the Community! It looks like there may be some existing requests which echo that thought:

    Let me know if those are what you're looking for too. :)

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    Michael Borland

    Not really what I was asking.  I tried the report creation and it didn't work.  Here is what I'd like to see in a report format that could just run on a schedule:

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    Anastasia

    Michael, thank you for following up! A scheduled time Report makes sense. Would this be something you use for your personal reference, or for sharing with your team/management?

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    Michael Borland

    Our entire team.  Staff can use it for their time cards and Management can use it to get a better sense of actual time spent on individual tasks instead of general categories of work.

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    Anastasia

    Thank you for sharing, Michael! That's good to know. 

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    Stephanie Westbrook

    Hi Michael, I think we may have made a release this week which would help in your situation - they're Timelog Reports. They let you see a breakdown of time tracked by user and task. Here's how you run the Report:

    1. Click on the Reports tab.
    2. Select "New Report from Scratch".
    3. Choose "Timelog".
    4. Select which Folders/Projects you would like to pull data from.
    5. Click "Date" and then "Time frame" and select the dates you would like to report on.
    6. Then click "Save & View". 

    I would love to hear if that works for you :)

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    Michael Borland

    Brilliant!!! Absolutely perfect.  Exactly what I was looking for. I did my time card in 3 minutes today, versus 20-30 minutes of pulling my hair out.

    Major Kudos to the Team!

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    Stephanie Westbrook

    @Michael so happy to hear that! I'll make sure to pass that feedback along to the team :)

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