The timesheets they are a chaaangin’
February 8, 2007
FreshBooks Version 3.7 is now out and the feedback has been pouring in. Almost everything has been positive, thank you to those of you who sent in some comments.
With the new timesheets, FreshBooks users are now able to:
- Log your time faster and more in line with how your business runs. The new timesheet is faster because the window no longer needs to refresh in between logging. There are also three convenient ways to log: daily, weekly and monthly. You can pick what is best for you and your business.
- Time your work with a start/stop timer that is simple to use and runs on a small un-intrusive pop-up window.
- Show your progress to your clients. By clicking a checkbox when creating a project, you can give excellent visibility of your progress to your clients. They have access to a project tab that shows each project with their details.
- Invoice more than one project at a time for your clients. The new Generate invoice page lets you quickly invoice your client for all the projects you are working on.
- Keep better track of your staff timesheets. A new and improved Staff timesheets tab lets you navigate, view and edit your staff timesheets if needed.Here is some of the feedback we have received from our appreciative user community:
Peter Riley Osborne, Groik Productions:
Very cool. I like it. It is very intuitive and is pretty easy to navigate. Thanks so much for making me the most organized vendor ever! 🙂
Dylan Hodge, Digital Vault:
Project Timer Rocks! It is exactly what I needed for my phone and email support clients. Nice work, keep it up!
Sonora Beam, Digital Hive:
Upgrades to the timesheet functionality are much appreciated. I LOVE the timer feature. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for that. immensely helpful to have.
about the author
FreshBooks as the VP of Operations, Levi managed projects at Apex Systems Integrators Inc., where his clients included Canadian Tire, Nestlé and Parmalat. Levi’s long term goals include: never losing the contest to wear shorts to the office for as long as humanly possible, some day growing back his mullet he had in the eighties and getting on the jumbotron at the Raptors game at least once a year.Levi is a professional engineer with a BEng from the University of Victoria. Before co-founding