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 on: September 17, 2018, 01:09:12 pm 
Started by Penny Toulson - Last post by Adam
If everyone is "local", you could Sync all the devices to one "master" device and run reports on it.  I do have to note that the optional Synchronization module *only* works on a Local WiFi connection.  It cannot work across the internet (e.g. people at different locations).

 on: September 13, 2018, 12:55:03 pm 
Started by Penny Toulson - Last post by Penny Toulson

I've been using Timemaster for around 10 years now and I think it's great! It's perfect for my business!!

However, my team has grown and so producing invoices from the individual timesheets is now a long and arduous task!! I need to either move to another product which will enable the timesheets to integrate automatically instead of me having to manually calculate them


I am hoping there is a magic solution that means I can keep using Timemaster but that invoicing my clients is easier and the individual timesheets will integrate and give me a total amount of hours that has been worked by all staff members.

Can anyone help me please?? Please please please...??

Thanks everso!!!


 on: August 27, 2018, 07:58:07 pm 
Started by Daryl - Last post by Adam
So there's no way of running it on earlier versions of iOS? That's a bummer. Understandable, but still a bummer for me at least. lol

As time passes, Apple makes it impossible to "compile" code for the older version of iOS.  However the major contributing factor for iOS 9 this time around was Dropbox.  They changed their API (Application Programming Interface) and the minimum iOS that it would run on was iOS 9.  The killed support for their previous API and it would not run anymore, so we were force to make that the minimum version.  We always try to support the oldest iOS versions as we possible can.

 on: August 27, 2018, 07:49:13 pm 
Started by Daryl - Last post by Adam
Sorry, must have misread the title.  Huh

We currently do not have a version of Time Master for Mac OSX.

 on: August 27, 2018, 07:05:31 am 
Started by Daryl - Last post by Tolman
So there's no way of running it on earlier versions of iOS? That's a bummer. Understandable, but still a bummer for me at least. lol

 on: August 17, 2018, 10:28:44 pm 
Started by Kazmar - Last post by Kazmar
I have several examples of duplicated payments which means reconciliation is tedious and unreliable.
I have one customer in particular that makes multiple payments on the one day. Sometimes they're for different invoices, sometimes they break up individual invoices into multiple payments.

This is where the duplicates happen. I enter each payment in as they were paid. Some time later I find that all the payments from that customer on the one day are now the same value.
Eg. Customer pays today amounts of $100, $500, $1500 and $2000. I enter them as such and apply them appropriately.
Later on, maybe eom or eoy I'm reviewing payments and all those payments now appear as say $2000. Same result if I run a payments report. There is the correct number of payments but only one of them is the correct value.
If I go to edit each payment, the notes and amount values are all the same but the applied details differ. (I'm assuming the applied details are correct but other than the one, they don't correspond to the recorded amount).

I don't know at what point they get out of whack but I was thinking it may be as a result of synching with my phone. At least that might be a place to start...  Undecided

 on: August 17, 2018, 11:04:31 am 
Started by DarkSymphony - Last post by Adam
For database items like Client, Projects, Tasks, Expenditures, etc. you can go into the Database section to edit those types of items.  There is an option called "Hidden".  If you check that off, you will only see those items in the Database section and will not see those in the regular pickers.

 on: August 15, 2018, 11:52:30 am 
Started by DarkSymphony - Last post by DarkSymphony
thanks, however it is not exactly what I wanted, the projects are still there, and I need always switch the filters. Also to mark as reported works only after I save the report to my comp. There should be an option for each project in Time entries panel just to mark as finished with one click and not showing anymore in time entries but somewhere in old, archived project.

But for now I can live with that filtering, if there is no will to implement such a thing. At least let's hope the author listens to us, customers, who paid for this software.

 on: August 03, 2018, 10:12:17 am 
Started by rossmk - Last post by Adam
Just to make sure, you are using the optional QuickBooks module, correct?  It does have headers in the file.  For example the first line should look like this:


Then followed by the items.  After that is the Time record header:


And all the Time entry records.

 on: August 02, 2018, 04:16:49 pm 
Started by rossmk - Last post by rossmk
I'm back now and have had some time to get my head back into this. From a little bit of basic research on the Internet, it appears that Quickbooks has always only allowed the Admin and External Accountant users to import iif files. As mentioned previously, when using the iif file as a timer file, so that my assistant can import the file without admin privileges on QB, I needed to (speaking figuratively) do some rearranging of the furniture with respect to editing the file. The most notable thing missing from the file exported by the Time Master app was a load of header data that QB needs to import the file as a timer file.

It seems to me, and I would appreciate your confirmation, that I either have to keep editing the files (something I don't want to do as it is a pain to do) or upgrade my assistant's privileges on QB (not something that I want to do). If I am right on both counts then it seems like, absent some kind of parsing app, Time Master is not the app for us?


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