The new TimeTac calendar now offers even more ease and possibilities! It doesn’t matter whether its post-dated time tracking, controlling and editing already recorded times or planning for the future – the TimeTac calendar is the central powerhouse. Timestamps are now even easier to edit From now on, you can split timestamps or slide in […]
The new TimeTac calendar now offers even more ease and possibilities! It doesn’t matter whether its post-dated time tracking, controlling and editing already recorded times or planning for the future – the TimeTac calendar is the central powerhouse.
Timestamps are now even easier to edit
From now on, you can split timestamps or slide in breaks and additional timestamps easier than ever before; the desired context menu will appear with a right click. The recording of new timestamps is also child’s play; simply click the desired place on the calendar or click and drag to create a new timestamp for the desired amount of time – time tracking can be so easy!
Personal action and meeting planning
The TimeTac calendar gives you the perfect overview of all working hours: Displayed in practical daily, weekly and monthly views. One click is enough to enter new timestamps, as well as future bookings, so you can have all future tasks and meetings to hand. For optimal task distribution, you can even allocate future bookings to your employees. Is the task going ahead as planned? Simply right click it, and choose to convert it to a timestamp.
Here’s a quick look at the TimeTac calendar:
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