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Create Projects and allow users to snapshots by project

By doing this, I can easily set up various projects, then skim through my work history for any given project to see what I was working on, and how long I worked on it.

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    Kurtis WelchKurtis Welch shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I feel I should be able to just highlight part of the day and click on the billable project. I keep coloring the timeline until it is all colored (i.e. categorized). I continue till I have everything colored in. Then I go to the timesheet view and the timesheet is all filled in with hours associated to projects.
        This should happen without any integration or connection or SQL. It should work this way out of the box, where the user can define the tasks by just manually typing them in. If they complete a project they can delete the entry. If they have a new project then they add an entry.
        KIS Keep is Simple, currently it seems way to complex, you need to be a developer to even have a chance, but the documentation is non existent (no step by step or video showing exactly how it is suppose to work), let alone ever had a non developer (e.g. a lawyer or accountant) use TimeSnapper to calculate hours for a timesheet

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