What is Sharepoint Timesheet?
Do you need to manage projects and track time using SharePoint? In this blog post, we will show you how to do it. We’re going to walk through the steps for setting up your project management environment in SharePoint 2010 or 2013. You can then use that environment for tracking time on projects or tasks within the system.
We hope this article has helped you get started with project management and time tracking in SharePoint 2010 or 2013!
How Sharepoint Timesheet works?
Sharepoint timesheet is a great way to track time spent on tasks and projects. After you have set up your project management environment in SharePoint, you can use the timesheet feature to track time. The following steps will show you how:
In your web browser, go to the site where you want to create a new timesheet. From the ribbon, select “New” and then choose “Time Sheet”.
The Timesheet page will open. Enter the name of the timesheet and select a start date.
Click on the Add Row button to add an entry for the current day. In the Date column, enter today’s date. In the Time column, enter the exact time that you started working on a task or project. In the Notes column, enter any notes about your tasks and projects for today.
You can repeat these steps each day to keep track of all of your work hours over time. After you have completed tracking your hours, click “Generate Report” from the ribbon menu to generate a report based on those timesheet entries. This will provide you with an overview of how much time has been spent by yourself, as well as other members of your team, so it is easy to see where everyone else in contributing their efforts towards achieving specific goals!
If needed, send out this report via email directly from SharePoint 2010 or 2013 so others can stay informed when they need to.
The following steps will help you learn how to set up your project management environment in SharePoint 2010 or 2013:
Sign into the server where you have installed Microsoft Project Server 2010 or 2013 with a site collection administrator account. Go to Central Administration > Manage Project Servers. Click on the name of your project server and then click “Enterprise Features” from the ribbon menu. Scroll down until you find “Timesheet Settings”, which is under the section for configuring enterprise features that are relevant for timesheets . Select whether employees can track time using Timesheet pages within their sites (this option must be enabled if managers want team members to enter hours worked). If desired, select All Site Content as an option under “Include pages from”.
Select whether team members can submit their timesheet entries using a Microsoft Outlook add-in (this option must be enabled if managers want employees to enter hours worked). Under “Outlook Add In URL”, provide the location of the Outlook add in that you have installed on your SharePoint server. If desired, select All Site Content as an option under “Include pages from” and then click OK at the bottom of this page .
Now time tracking is set up in SharePoint 2010 or 2013! It will be easy for people with accounts on your site to start entering project management information so you don’t need additional training material to get started!
The benefits of using Sharepoint Timesheet
The benefits of using Sharepoint Timesheet include:
Tracking time spent on projects and tasks is easier than ever!
It’s easy to generate reports that can be shared with co-workers.
Project managers, team members, and clients alike will love this feature because it provides a way for everyone to get an overview of what has been done over the course of any given project or task period.
Hopefully this blog post helped you learn how to set up your project management environment in SharePoint 2010 or 2013 so you can start tracking timesheets right away! If needed, send out these reports via email and see where people are spending their efforts towards achieving specific goals! Also keep in mind there are many other features within Project Server 2010 and 2013 that you can use to help manage your projects more effectively- these will be covered in later blog posts!
If needed, send out this report via email directly from SharePoint 2010 or 2013 so others can stay informed when they need to. Conclusion paragraph: We know that every business has different needs and we’re confident Sharepoint Timesheet can meet them. If you need a time tracking software for your company, look no further than our solution! It’s easy to use and will help you stay on top of all the work everyone is doing, regardless if they are in the office or not.