Costs, Office 365 and forever goodbye

Ann June 12, 2017

You're probably wondering what these 3 have in common.  Nothing really, but it's been a while since our last update and I wanted to bring you up to speed about a few new developments.

First of all reporting:

In our earlier post about costs we introduced the possibility to enter costs and do budget reporting.  However some clients indicated they don't necessarily want to set budgets but are interested in the costs and profits nevertheless.  Therefor In the reports page it's now possible to add additional columns: hour rate, cost per hour, total cost and profit.

To do so you can just select the additional columns you want in the field selector:

After that you'll see the additional columns are visible in the report.

Important to note however: all cost related columns are only visible for administrators!

Our second update is about Office 365.  We already had an integration with Office 365 which allows users to easily convert Outlook events into billable timesheet events.  For those

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