Timetracking is an important feature throughout the whole of Teamleader. You’ll always see it returning in the application. Here’s a list of ways to track your time spent!

  • Manually

  • Via the Chrome plugin

  • Via a task, call or meeting

  • Via your mobile

  • Via work orders


Manually

Quick start menu

  1. When in Teamleader click on the “+” symbol in the upper right hand corner. Then click “Add timetracking”.


  2. Fill in the details.

  3. Click “Save” and the amount of time will be added to your timesheets.


Timesheets

  1. Navigate to “Timesheets”

  2. Click on the “+” symbol next to the word “Timesheets” or click on the “+” next to a specific day

  3. Fill in the details

  4. Click “Save” and the amount of time will be added to your timesheets.


Via the Chrome plugin

  1. You need to use Google Chrome in order to be able to use this plugin.

  2. Install the Google Chrome plugin via our Teamleader Marketplace.

  3. Go to Teamleader

  4. Click on the Teamleader logo next to the address field

  5. The plugin lets you choose a project, a customer and a task type, but none of them are compulsory
  6. Click on “Start timer
  7. Whenever you’re finished, open the plugin again and stop the timer


Via a task, call or meeting

A third way to register time you spent is via tasks, calls or meetings you created in advance. It’s pretty easy: whenever you’re done with a task, a call or a meeting you can check it off in Teamleader. The time registered is different for each of these however:

  • Task: when finishing a task, the proposed time spent will be the time since you logged in (if it’s the first timetracking of the day) or the time spent since finishing your previous timetracking.

  • Call: when you’re calling a contact using one of our Voice-over-IP services, the time spent on the call will automatically be registered to your timesheets. If you finish the call manually, you can enter your spent time yourself.

  • Meeting: when telling Teamleader that a meeting is done, the time proposed will be the previously set duration of the meeting. If you set that the meeting would take an hour when creating it, a timetracking of an hour will be proposed. You can easily overrule this, of course.

Via mobile

Our Teamleader mobile app also lets you not only timetrack tasks, calls and meetings from your phone or tablet, it also features the option of start/stop timetracking. How the time is registered depends on what you are doing:

  • Task: you can start timetracking for a task on mobile by clicking the play button next to it on your app dashboard, or when clicking through to see the details, press the three dots and you’ll be able to enter the tracked time yourself of start running the timetracking as well.

  • Call: the mobile app allows you to call straight from your phone or via one of the Voice-over-IP services. In both cases, the time you actually spent on the call will be registered to your timesheets.

  • Meeting: when clicking through on a meeting in the app, the same principle applies as it does with tasks. Click on the three dots to either start the automatic time tracking or to enter the time already spent. The duration of the meeting will again be proposed.

  • Time sheets: go to “Time sheets” in the menu and click “start” in the upper right hand corner. The time tracking starts right away.

Discover our mobile app for iOs and Android.


Via work orders

The work orders feature in Teamleader is our final way to track time. It allows you to go to your customer, track the time and material you spent there and create an invoice out of it. You can find more info on how this feature works in this article.