Reports including start and end times
ManicTime is the only automatic time tracking program that meets all of my needs, except one. As a Behavior Analyst, I bill Medicaid and other government funded services, which require that I show the start and end times of my service on a spreadsheet. What I have to do is go back and transfer my times into a spreadsheet. ManicTime makes this easier than other services but this still takes time to do so for each client.
I know, given that most time tracking programs don't offer this option, most users only need total hours. Still, I am adding it here for future consideration.
This sounds like a timesheet usage report, if I’m wrong we can re-open the issue.
Chris Kelley commented
Did this ever get resolved? I can't find a solution. I am trying out this software, but it seems the reporting "timesheets" really seems to be lacking. I too would like to be able to show in/out times (start/end). My current software allows me to show in/out times, and group it daily as well as for the week at the bottom. I can't see any way to do this in ManicTime. What ManicTime gives is equivalent to the weekly summary I currently get, but it's missing the daily detail. Another thing I can't find, partilally related, is a way to make the saved timesheet always start on a specific day so it matches a pay period like Thursday through Wednesday. ManicTime always starts on Sunday even though I set the week start day to Thursday in the settings. Attached a sample from my current software.
Still not completed, as Justin noted. As it appears in the attached file, which is taken from The Day Timeline, Tags - shows a summary in just the right format. For some reason this kind of output is not possible in 'Timesheets' as a report, to my knowledge.
Could you send me a sample report, something you would send your clients? Or maybe recreate a couple of lines here?
If you can send it, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm not sure this feature is addressed by the usage report. What I was looking for, and my reason for voting for this feature, is the "clock in" and "clock out" times, not elapsed time. From my reading, Camron was looking for the same. It appears that usage just gives a single elapsed time figure.