FAQs in this section
What are Timelogs?
What are the benefits of Timelogs?
Can I use Timelogs for the Events module?
Is Timelogs available in the Sales Starter edition?
How can I log time for an ongoing activity?
I am currently working on a task. How can I track time for this task?
How can I create a timelog?
How can I create a timelog record when I am in a hurry?
I just finished working on a task. How can I create a timelog from the task?
How can I create a Timelog from the Cases Summary View?
Why can't I edit the status of my timelog?
I am not able to log time for two tasks simultaneously. What should I do?
I just created a timelog, and it is in the Completed state. Can I change the status?
Can I have three timelogs for a task?
Why am I not able to make my timelog billable?
What are the different ways of billing a task?
How can I create a billable task?
Is it mandatory to have a service for a billable task?
How can I log time for a billable task?
What happens when I change a task from billable to non-billable?
What happens when I change a task from non-billable to billable?
When do I have to mark a task as 'Is Billable'?
Can I pause the work on four timelogs together?
Does Vtiger offer Resource-based billing?

Why is Timelogs useful for Project Management?

Logging the time spent on a task is an essential part of Project Management. It helps project managers keep track of time spent by team members on activities assigned to them.

Tracking the time will help the managers to:

  • Track the estimated time duration v/s actual time spent. This helps in further planning, collaborating, assessing, and budgeting.
  • Bring transparency to resources working on assigned tasks.
  • Assess team productivity and revise project plans. This becomes an input for future capacity planning.
  • Create an invoice with the help of timesheets for clients as per agreed rates.
To know more about Timelogs, click here.
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