Tools → My Timesheet
You can use the My Timesheet tab to report time against your assigned tasks, an item, and other activities. This time reflects the number of hours spent working on a particular task or activity, and is independent from the status of the task or activity as a result. Your organization may require that you account for your time more granularly. In those cases, timesheet detail can be enabled on your timesheet to provide additional specificity for time spent on individual tasks and activities. If detailed time entry is enabled for the item to which you are assigned, you can provide more granular time tracking information in the lower pane. If your organization has enabled a timesheet status approval policy, you will see the status approval icon in your timesheet.
When you report time against a task, you can mark the task complete, at which point you can still submit time against that task on the current timesheet. Tasks marked as resource complete will not appear in subsequent timesheets. Once reported, your manager can approve or reject the reported time. Your project manager can assign a task to you that is already marked as complete. This may prevent you from entering time against that task, even within the current timesheet period, and even if you have outstanding time to submit.
The right side of your timesheet displays a column for each day in the period. If you select to display Show/Hide column, Add, Remove, and Clear buttons beneath the timesheet grid. These buttons enable you to select check boxes in the corresponding to your assignments. Clicking in the check boxes in the Show/Hide column provides the same functionality.
Enter time for assignments. When you are reporting time against a task, you can mark the task complete, at which point you can still submit time against that task on the current timesheet; tasks marked as resource complete do not appear for users in subsequent timesheet periods. If your organization has enabled a timesheet status approval policy, you will see the status approval icon on your timesheet. This allows your project manager to track the time spent on a task separately from the actual completion status. A project manager also has the ability to mark a task that is assigned to you as complete. This may restrict you from entering time against that task, even within the current timesheet period and even if you have outstanding time to submit.
If a timesheet has been submitted with errors, it can be corrected as long as the timesheet period is still open, even if the timesheet has already been approved and posted. Just go back into the timesheet and make the correction. If the timesheet period is closed, a timesheet administrator must reopen the timesheet before you can make corrections.
You can mark tasks in a timesheet as complete.
You can print your timesheet to a PDF file and save it for future reference or you can print your timesheet to a printer.
After you have entered time for all of the dates in your timesheet, you can submit it. To submit your timesheet, click Submit.
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