*The article, below, refers to Timetracker 3.0 only.
Timetracker 3 | Turning Back Time
If you've ever started working on a task and then suddenly realized that you forgot to start the 7pace Timetracker client, it is possible to "turn back time". The easiest way to accurately capture the time you've missed is to adjust the start time. You can do this by clicking on the "adjust start time" button on the client's main window (#1, in the screen shot, below). You can then adjust the start time of your time track by clicking the "+" and the "-" buttons in five-minute intervals. Below, we will go into further detail on how you can accomplish these adjustments easily and accurately.
The "adjust start time" button.
When clicked, the 7pace Timetracker Windows Client displays options that allow you to adjust your start time. Once successfully adjusted, the button indicates this with a green line underneath ().
Click the plus (+) button to adjust your start time to a future time.
Click the minus (-) button to adjust your start time prior to the current time.
Click the Keep this setting link to apply the adjustment to the current tracked time.
The time "00 min" indicates that there is no adjustment to your start time. If you were to click the plus button until it displayed "15 min", that would indicate that your starting time for tracking will be 15 minutes prior to the actual start time. By default, you can only adjust your start time up to 15 minutes. However, an administrator can configure the start time adjustment option in the server settings. For more information, see "Settings": Windows Client Settings.
If you try to adjust the time beyond the end of the last existing tracking, which would cause an overlap, the 7pace Timetracker client displays an error message: "Further time adjustment will create time overlap".
|3||Shifts the start time closer to your actual start time.|
The amount of time by which you want to adjust your start time.
Apply the adjustment to the current time.
7pace Timetracker shifts the start time of your current tracked time by the amount of time that you select here.