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Project Management / Time Tracking

#1

Hi,

I really like QF as Bookeeping software, its extremely well designed and intuitive to use. However, if it had some basic project management or even just simple time-tracking abilities this would make it a complete Business Tool package and would negate the need for 3rd party Project Management software.

As a Web Developer I would really appreciate the ability to track several projects at once and link projects/tasks to payments from clients.

Is this something the QF developers have considered?
If there was enough demand for such a feature could it be implemented?

Would appreciate any thoughts on this,

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#2

It’s definitely something we’ve considered and it’s on our development schedule for 2014, hopefully Q1.

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#3

I’m pleased to say that we have now released a project reporting system, you can find out more about this here:

Projects in Quick File

Time-tracking will be linked into the existing project reporting tools at a later date.

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#4

Thats fantastic, thankyou developers! Will really appreciate the time-tracking when it comes too.

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#5

Does it only work for Paid Invoices, tried adding atag to a Draft invoice but it didnt save.

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#6

If the invoice is Draft it won’t factor in any of the calculations. If you convert it to SENT or lodge a payment against it then it will show under the sales total.

Hope that helps!

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#7

Hi Glenn
Is there any update on when time recording is going to be implemented?
Thanks
Jacqui

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#8

I’m afraid it’s not something we’re looking at right now, we may revisit in Q1 of 2015.

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#10

We are a welding services company. It would be nice if there were a time sheet/job sheet week could send to our customers to get signed off. Also we have large estimates/orders with monthly invoices being deducted from the estimate/order is there a way of automatically showing the remaining amounts? Thanks Ben

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