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At the moment 1 day is set to 24 hours so when I look at my time spent overall over the month it shows as 7 days and I have to manually calculate the values into working days (22 days). Can we set it so that 1 day = 7.5 hours?

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Hi @Katie thanks for your post.
 

I will pass this onto our development and product teams.

Alex

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3 hours ago, AlexTumber said:

Hi @Katie thanks for your post.
 

I will pass this onto our development and product teams.

Alex

Thanks, Alex. A team outside of IT are looking to use timesheet manager, so fixing this issue around the displayed values not relating to a working day would be a big help in them adopting it

Darren 

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@Katie @Darren Rose I'm pleased to say that this issue has been addressed in the next Timesheet Manager update.

The total time spent is now calculated based on each user's definition of the total time in a working day (default is 7 hours and 30 minutes).

In this example. The user's full working day time is set to 7 hours and 30 minutes. A total of 9 hours and 30 minutes have been recorded. This is shown as 1 day and 2 hours of working time. 

The definition of a working day duration can be adjusted at any time in each user's preferences and the totals will adjust accordingly.

 

Alex

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Hi @AlexTumber

Thank you for the update. I may be doing something wrong but my time sheet doesn't seem to be calculating as you suggested. 

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@Katie the next update is not available just yet. I will post back on this thread when we push it live.

Alex

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