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When you have projects that are billed by the hour, accurate reporting becomes essential. However, in real life not all work items and not all time records are billable. Therefore plain effort and time spent totals are not accurate

User Stories and Features in Targetprocess may contain related Bugs. Predefined calculations of total effort and time spent in User Stories and Features do not include related Bugs. This article describes how to configure custom calculations and summarize bugs'

Targetprocess makes it possible to track billable and non-billable entities and time records. This article describes how to set up the tool to summarize billable and non-billable time spent values per work items (User Stories, Tasks, Bugs, Requests) and high-level planning entities

Adding time is an important part of Time Tracking in Targetprocess. This information allows building burn down charts, progress summary as well as other progress and tracking reports.

There are multiple ways how users can submit records about Time spent during their work. Targetprocess requests them to update details on how many hours remain as well. Spent and remain time records can be registered on the following entities: User Stories,

Time List view is recommended view to see your time records. On this view each time record is represented as a row or a card. Records can be grouped, sorted, filtered, and highlighted when needed.

Reporting time with Time Sheet - see the whole week and just the right work items. It saves time and neural cells since time reporting is easy now.

With Time Tracking practice enabled, Targetprocess users post actually spent time against various entities. Detailed time reports are used to build lists of submitted records, group them per work items, work scopes, users, roles, and date ranges, and calculate totals per each group.

Targetprocess makes it possible to track billable and non-billable entities and time records. This article describes how to set up the tool to distinguish billable and non-billable time spent records (Time entities) when Time Tracking is used. Learn more

To submit time spent for the entity you're working on you can start and pause a timer. The Timer is available within Time Tracker Mashup, in Android mobile app, and in Visual Studio add-in. It is also possible

To track time in Targetprocess efficiently, you're welcome to enable forms that would allow your users to Add Time to the system. It is possible to customize the fields of the forms. All the settings described in this article can be

Here we describe examples of Advanced Filters that help to select, hide or highlight Time entries in your Time List views and Detailed Time Reports (Visual Reports by Time Spent). The filters below refer to the data fields and properties of Time entity. More on

The only way to get actual information about User Story, Bug or Task completeness is to ask the developer. Targetprocess does exactly that. When a developer adds a time record, he should enter a remaining time value as

Q: We estimate User Stories. When the Story is estimated the sum of Time Spent underneath it should not exceed its Effort. A: In Targetprocess it is not possible to introduce rigid limits for Time Spent totals. However it is possible to input and track