Budget follow-up added

Stijn August 25, 2014

We know it's been a while since you heard from us, but rest assured, we haven't been sitting still.  The small update in our timesheet interface (scheduler) of last week was only the beginning.  We realise that for our customers, the unique calendar interface we use is very important.  That's why we'll continuously try to improve in that area so we are able to offer you the fastest way of entering your timesheets.  In the next weeks we'll introduce history shortcuts, which will let you one-click your recently most used entries to reuse them.  More about that in the coming days.

Right now we've added a complete new major feature: budget!  Many of the managers indicated they wanted to do budget follow-up in Temponia.  From now on this is possible.

In the project screen we've added an option to let you specify how you want to specify a budget.  

The following options are available:

  • Total project hours: this lets you specify a global amount of hours for a project. Every timesheet entry made on that project will count towards the budget.
announcement budget

Introducing our new dashboard

Stijn March 31, 2014

You probably already noticed the welcome page was pretty empty.  Main reason for this is we wanted to introduce a dashboard that would allow users to have an overview of their important data.

Today I'm happy to announce the dashboard is being rolled out.  We created the dashboard consisting out of 4 different panels.  Week view of all logged timesheet hours (both billable and non-billable).  The top projects during the current month, together with the hours logged.  Hours logged per month and finally the uninvoiced hours and earnings.

This dashboard will go live over the next couple of days.

We sure hope you like this new dashboard, and if you have any suggestions, make sure to let us know through uservoice:

Preview of the dashboard

dashboard announcement

Timesheet Constructor import possibility

Stijn March 22, 2014

Nobody likes to start over or loose history, that's why last week we've been working on a possibility to import your Timesheet Constructor data into Temponia.  This is now possible with some important side notes:

The structure of Temponia is as follows:

  • Client 1
    • Project X
      • Task A
      • Task B
      • Task C
    • Project Y
      • Task B
      • Task C
    • Project Z
      • Task A
      • Task B
      • Task D
  • Client 2
    • Project T
      • Task A
      • Task B
import timesheet

A little history

Stijn March 14, 2014

In 1999 Entrysoft launched Timesheet Constructor.  Best products start when you 'scratch your own itch'.  Having no decent timesheet solution that allowed calendar input and visualization I created my own.  Existing programs worked with a timer or direct input of hours.  These can be perfect for your needs but when an employer of client demands detailed sheets containing begin- and end times then you're out of luck.   Apparently I wasn't the only one needing a calendar based timesheet solution and over the year the user base grew.  In 2003 the client/server version of Timesheet Constructor was launched.  This version allowed multiple concurrent users to track time and have global reports.  However it required a fairly complicated installation of SQL server.

announcement timesheet roadmap