Congratulations! You are invited to register in TimeChimp 👍 . We are happy to help you to find your way in the app.

In this help article we discuss how to register your registrations in TimeSheets and create an overview with Reports.

1. Get started quickly with Timesheets

With TimeChimp you can easily register your hours, expenses and mileage. You always start in the registration screen after logging in. The registration screen consists of three parts:

  • Time;
  • Expenses (optional);
  • Mileage (optional).

1.1 Time

In the hours tab you keep track of your hour registrations. Here you indicate:

  • the customer (1),
  • the project (optional) (2),
  • the task (3),
  • the notes (4),
  • the tags (5).

You can register the time by entering it manually (6) or by using the timer (7). You can also opt for day introduction (8) or week introduction (9). Just choose  what works best for you.

Finally, you can copy hours from last week or use the schedule (10).

1.2 Expenses (optional)

With the Expenses module you can register expenses on a clients. The registration method is largely the same as the time registration.

  • the customer (1),
  • the project (optional) (2),
  • the category / product (3),
  • the notes (4),
  • an attachment image or pdf (5).

You also indicate what the amount is (6), whether it is including VAT (7) and, if so, to which VAT percentage the expenditure falls (8), or whether the amount is billable (9).

Finally, you can also copy here again the previous week (10).

1.3 Mileage (optional)

With the Mileage module you can register trips to a customer. The registration method is largely the same as the time and expenses registration.

  • the customer (1),
  • the project (optional) (2),
  • from (3),
  • to (4), 
  • the notes (5).

We use Google Maps to calculate the shortest route in real time. It may therefore be that a different distance comes out than that you have driven. The driven distance is eather filled in by tracking by Google Maps or you can enter it yourself (6).

You can then indicate whether it concerns living/work, business or private traffic (7). At 8 you indicate whether it concerns a return and at 9 whether the journey is billable.

Finally, you can indicate 10 which car has been used. You can also copy Mileage from the week before (11).

2. Get started quickly with Reports

With Reports you can create a clear overview of the registered hours, expenses and/or mileages. By using the different filters you can easily quickly find the hours that you have entered.

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