Everhour is proud to present a new Jira plugin that makes time tracking start a breeze and integrates natively with Jira issue estimates.
The new version of the Slack integration for Everhour allows you to receive daily and weekly timesheets of your teammates directly into Slack.
Jira users can now edit their hours in personal weekly timesheets, pulled out from Everhour to a separate Time Tracking page in Jira.
We upgraded your time tracking policy letting you to better control when a user can track time or adjust a time entry and a task estimate.
Unfortunately, Basecamp misses tags and custom fields. Everhour has developed a mechanism that adds this functionality to our reports.
The B-sync of estimates in ClickUp allows you to set up the estimate just once in a ClickUp field and get it synced to Everhour estimate.
Everhour tab in Asana projects allows Admins to pull out the project summary from Everhour. Play with the charts in Asana the way you do that in Everhour.
We made one more update in Jira plugin so users can now add overall estimates in Jira plugin fields in classic and next-gen projects.
Disable Jira app on some of your projects in order to prevent team from adding unnecessary time into a project which you don't track time for.
Estimated revenue and cost columns in reports are good to get a general idea of what will be the price for your client and your expense.
Everhour extends its reporting capability by letting users add columns with ClickUp custom field names and sort by their values.
Monthly budget start date can be customized now to address a situation when you work on retainers that do not begin with a caledar month.
Time off levels up and is now available on the Home page, Member's summary, Personal Timesheets and in our Timesheet frame in Asana and Trello.