With the implementation of 7pace's Web Client, Timetracker now tracks time on a server. This means that even when you finish your work, close your browser, and go home for the day, 7pace Timetracker keeps tracking time for you in the background (you can configure settings for 7pace Timetracker's Web and Windows Clients in the "Time Tracking" section of our "Configuration" tab). As soon as you re-open 7pace Timetracker or the Windows Client, you will see actual tracked time from from the moment you clicked the "Start Tracking" button.
To enable this functionality, 7pace Timetracker uses tokens. You will need to authorize our application in order to download our Windows Client, use our Web Client and other features within 7pace Timetracker 4.0.
1. When you first open 7pace Timetracker 4, you will notice the following "Welcome" screen when you navigate to any 7pace Timetracker page.
2. Click the "Authorize" button.
3. The following screen will display:
4. Follow the instructions, above, to authorize 7pace Timetracker.
5. You will now be able to use and/or pair the Windows Client with your current account and use the 7pace Timetracker Web Client.
You may also see this yellow badge if your token has expired or been deleted.
If authorization repeatedly fails, click on the "Authorize" button. A popup window will then open where you can try to authorize again using the same way :
Alternatively, you can use the Personal Access Token (PAT) option:
Follow the screen instructions to Authorize by PAT.