Time entry data in task view

When users enter time on a task the amount of time is shown but not the date to which the time is attributed. 

 

Repro steps: 

In a task, enter time for yesterday, save. Enter time for today, save. 

In the log it shows both entries but not to which date the data aligns. 

 

Help? Add the data label? 

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Stephen

Hey Andy, thanks for posting. I've been testing this today and I can't replicate the same as described. When I go to 'show all records' I can see the entry I added for yesterday and the other one I did today. See below.

I also ran a Timelog Report in both table and column view and I could display the dates for each.

Please let me know if I've misunderstood your post in anyway 😇

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The view I'm referring to is List --> Task view

 

I realize that the data will show in the timelog view, which is why it's a little confounding the the date stamp isn't also present in the task view. 

 

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I have observed the same thing and it would be useful if the date showed under the events for the task.

It's a bit confusing to have the time that you log say "today" when the work could have been done last week. So i'd hope a date could be added to these events.

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@Andi @Morten thanks for sharing your feedback here 🙂 Out Product team has visibility of your suggestion. For now, let's see how popular it gets among Community members 👍

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