Global settings

General



General Settings

Mandatory Work Description

Adminstrators can choose whether worklog description is mandatory or not for Timetracker users. By default, description is optional.

Maximum hours per day per user

Here you can define the maximum loggable hours per day for Timetracker users. Empty field means there is no limit.

Eg.: 6, 8 or 6.5




Loggable Periods

Here you can enable this restriction and configure the period in which the users can log or edit work.

You can define the days (1-365) that users can log work or edit existing worklogs in the past or in the future.

(info) To allow a user to log work only for the given day, enter zero in both fields.

In the Permission Settings you can add groups for which this will be not valid and they will still be able to create/edit worklog in the configured period.


Special Issues



This feature is designed to manage non-working, non-billable projects and/or issues. This feature can be useful if you have a dedicated project or issues for non-work activities, eg. for lunch.

Non-working issues

The administrator can define a list of Issue keys. This list will be the list of non-working issues. The issues listed here are ignored when creating the Real Work Summary.

By default, the Non-Working issues list is empty.

Non-working projects

The administrator can define a list of Project keys. This list will be the list of non-working issues in each provided Project. The issues listed here are ignored when creating the Real Work Summary.

By default, the Non-Working project list is empty.


Working days



(warning) By default, all weekdays are working days while all weekends are non-working days.

Timetracker's many features behavior depends on whether the given day is a working day or not:

  • Calendar Appearance
  • Default date setting
  • Progress bars on Timetracker
  • Period worklog


Exclude date

You can manage special dates here, like public national holidays that are weekdays but not working-days:

  1. You can add days that are by clicking on the Date field and select the date in the calendar.
  2. You can add a description for the selected date. (optional)
  3. Click on the "Add" button to save the date and its description.
    1. If the date and it's format is valid, it will be added to the list of dates.
  4. You can remove a date from the list by clicking on the Remove button.

Filter dates

Existing dates can be filtered by years. Provide a year number in the "Filter by year" field to filter the special days down to that year.

Include date

You can manage the included days the same way as the excluded days.



Permissions



PermissionDescriptionDefault (without groups or users have been added)
Permission to use Timetracker

Only users with this permission can:

  • view Timetracker menu item
  • view and use time tracking page
By default, all users have permission to view and use Timetracker's time tracking.
Permission to use Reporting

Only users with this permission can:

  • view Reporting menu item
  • view and use reporting pages
By default, all users have permission to view and use Timetracker Reporting.
Permission to browse others worklogs

Only users with this permission can:

  • view other users' worklogs on the reporting pages
  • otherwise, users can only see their own worklogs
By default, each user has permission to browse other users' worklogs.
Permission to create/edit worklogs beyond the period

Only users with this permission can:

  • create/edit worklog beyond the configured loggable period.

By default, the configured period in which they can work is valid for each user.

Here you can add groups/users for which this will be not valid and the members will still be able to create/edit worklog beyond the configured period.

To configure a permission:

  1. Click on the permission's input field.
  2. Start typing the required JIRA user or group name.
  3. Select the user or group from the appearing list.


Save configuration



  • Save: The settings can be saved by pressing the Save button.