Todoist tasks/projects and Teams in TMetric

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Thomas Pratt posted this 06 January 2018

I work in Todoist and use Tmetric to track my time there. It used to just be myself working on my program so I never had a "team" in TMetric. However, a few other people have joined my program, and I need to track both my and their time on Todoist tasks. I've created the team and invited members, including myself. However, I don't see a way to include time from Todoist tasks I (or others) am working on in the Team time entries. When I click on the "start timer" icon/link/button it doesn't give me a chance to assign that time to a team. Even creating a new project doesn't give me this ability. Not sure how to start tracking the time on existing or new projects and make sure the time is "credited" to the proper team. Any help would be appreciated

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Aleksandr Serdyuk posted this 09 January 2018

When you track time in TMetric it's always attributed to a person, not a team. I'm not sure about the reason why you want to assign time to a team.

If you need to view how much time your team has spent, you can easily do this in reports.

 

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Thomas Pratt posted this 11 January 2018

I'm not sure what the purpose of teams would be if not to track time of the members in the team? Perhaps you could help educate me the function of the Team in TMetric...

 

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Aleksandr Serdyuk posted this 12 January 2018

Teams in TMetric are useful if you have teams in your company. Think of teams as user groups.

If you assign team leads to teams they will see timelines and reportes of their teams. In this way they can monitor their teams without having elevated privileges (like account admins).

You can assign a team to a project (in one step and not user by user) to limit project's visibliitly. 

See User Access Rights and Monitoring Team's Work topics for more information

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