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Book time in the Timesheet Grid
Book time in the Timesheet Grid

Learn how to book time in the Timesheet Grid.

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Written by Julie Bennett
Updated over a week ago

Updated 16th January 2024

To access the Timesheet Grid, choose from the menu Time & Expenses, and Timesheet grid.

To book hours simply click Add new line.

The following window will be displayed:

Select Project to book time towards an external (customer) project.
To book time towards an internal project, select Internal. You can also book time towards an Absence or Holiday; in both cases you will not select any project or project role.

Select the Customer, Project and Contract line and Task (if applicable) where you want to book your time. Choose the relevant Project role (e.g. consultant, project manager, engineer, etc) to define the rate of this time entry.

Once you are done, click Create.

PSOhub will create a line where you will be able to enter the number of hours worked on this contract line or task per day for that week.

  • To enter the number of hours, simply click the field of the day.

  • To navigate from one day to another, simply press the Tab key.

  • To enter a description, click the red comment icon next to the number of hours:

Once you are done simply click Save.

The red comment will become green:

When you are finished with booking your time and before leaving the timesheet, click Save (remember that PSOhub will not save your entries if you leave the screen without saving):

Note: You cannot change time entries for closed projects.

Copy the previous week time entry to the current week

When working on projects with repetitive time entries, you can save time by copying your previous week entries into the current week.

In the current week, click on the Copy previous week button.

The following dialog box will appear:

Select whether you want to copy time entry descriptions and/or hours and click Copy.

The time entries will be copied into the current week.

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