On the web Dashboard, the account activity panel helps you visualize how your are spending your time at your company. You can view worked hours by employees, projects, clients or services and choose a pre-defined time period (this week, this month, etc.) or select custom dates to analyze any period of time.

Worked hours by employee

This chart shows you the pulse of your company. You can see the total hours worked per day, grouped by user, while the trend line shows the total company time worked per day.

Worked hours by projects

This chart shows you how time is distributed across your active projects. This is great for service-oriented companies who work on many projects for different clients. Tip: Hover your mouse over a chart line to display more details.

Worked hours by clients

This chart shows you how your company time is distributed across the different clients you served during the selected time period. Use this data to make informed decisions when allocating resources to your clients.

Worked hours by services

This chart shows you how time is distributed across the services your company offers. 

Services help you categorize your projects. Let's say you're a digital agency offering web design, content marketing and app development services. You can set those services in TrackingTime and associate them to your projects. 

Projects, clients and services overview

This visualization shows you an overview of all your running projects, active clients you’re currently working for, as well as a breakdown of the services you’re offering to them. You can see the total amount of hours worked for each specific client, service and project. 

The trend bar (pictured in green above) compares total time spent on an project, client or service against the rest.

While these charts and visualisations give you an overview of the work your team is currently doing, the Dashboard also helps you get insights into the work habits and productivy of your employees. Here's how you can analyze your team's hours.

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