The new "Add Time" dialog box displays any time you click "Add Time" or edit your time on the Monthly, Timesheet or Times Explorer pages of 7pace Timetracker.
Beginning with our 7pace Timetracker 4.36 release, the "Add Time" dialog features a more modern design in keeping with DevOps Server/Services' UI and improved keyboard support.
The user name displayed at the top of the "Add Time" dialog defaults to the signed-in user on the Monthly and Timesheet pages. On the Times Explorer page. depending on what role has been configured by an admin under Settings to add/edit time, a user may be able to click in this field and select a user other than himself/herself to add/edit a time entry.
The "Search work items" text field features improved search functionality. Begin typing in a work item name or number and the search results display.
After selecting a work item, beneath that, clicking on the calendar date field opens a popup calendar, with the date defaulting to today's date. Depending on what your admin has configured in Settings, you may or may not be able to select time beyond the present date.
Also, depending on what your admin has configured in Settings, you may or may not be able to switch between Timeframe and Duration mode.
With Timetrame enabled:
The logic for the "From", "To" and "Duration" fields computation has been improved. When the user changes one field, the corresponding field changes in kind, more intuitively, to reflect the text input in the first field.
With "Timesheet" disabled - Duration mode:
You can select a corresponding Activity Type under the Timeframe or Duration mode text field and then add a multi-line comment under that. Depending on what your admin has configured in Settings -> Rules, work item, Activity Type and Comment may or may not be required fields.
If a required field is left blank by a user, the user-friendly validation of the input fields will show all the corrections the user must make simultaneously.
Once the required input fields have been updated correctly by the user, clicking "Save" saves the time entry.