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.
The new timecard feature allows you to clock in and clock out employees as well as stay on top of all employee work hours.
Admins can assign projects to Everhour clients while creating new projects in Asana. Choose an Everhour client from the list or create a new one in Asana.
ClickUp folders are synced as projects by default but Admins can hit the Configure button and make a choice whether to sync Lists or Folders as projects.
Everhour integrations partially stopped working (e.g. Asana) and reinstalling the extension does not help. Below, we explain why and how to fix.
Everhour adds integration with Asana portfolios where you can see the totally reported time of each project, its billing status and budget.
Everhour introduces report settings where you can differently customize the look of each report data for the entire team.
We made some handy updates in time off so all details are gathered in a separate dashboard, also available in team and personal timesheets, on timers page.
Members can now schedule export of reports by email to colleagues and clients outside Everhour automatically on a weekly or monthly basis!
Asana is getting handier with Everhour project totals. Users can see the project time and estimate totals in Asana on the Home and Team pages.
Mark Trello Cards as Non-Billable directly in your favorite tool without leaving it. Separate non-billable portion of work from the grand total.
Budget becomes visible directly in Jira projects together with their billing method by all team members ho can share it with other users too.