Keeping track of the time you spend on jobs and projects is vital to ensuring that you maintain reliable records of your work. Record your time poorly – or in a worst-case scenario, not at all – and you risk leaving money on the table when it comes to invoicing.
With the release of the new timer in Xero Projects for iOS and Android, you can now easily record your time in a few simple taps.
Focus on your work, not tracking it
Because the Xero Projects timer is available right within the mobile app, you can easily clock in and clock out and as you begin and finish jobs.
Simply open the mobile app on your chosen device, choose the time option from within the Timesheets screen and select “Start timer”.
Use the timer like a stopwatch; start it, pause it if you need to take a break and resume it when you’re ready to keep working. And, there’s no need to unlock your phone to do all this! Just swipe right on your iPhone or pull down your notification tray on your Android to access your timer while your screen is locked.
Xero Projects for mobile syncs directly with your records in Xero. So you can be safe in the knowledge that all of your time is always recorded accurately. And those back in the office can see time being recorded as and when it happens.
It’s all about visibility
Capturing every last minute on your project work can be tedious. But it’s so often crucial for tracking efficiency and business success. With the new timer for Xero Projects mobile we’re making it easy for you and your staff to focus more on their work, and less on the admin.
To help improve your experience with Xero Projects we’ll soon be releasing support for credit notes to make the invoicing and payments process even easier. We also have some exciting new reporting features. So you can visualise how these chargeable hours you’re recording impact your staff productivity and performance.
We love getting your feedback on Xero Projects so please leave us a comment and let know what you think!
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