Weekly Summary Report in your inbox

Michael Payne | July 10th, 2006 | , ,

Tracking your tasks and time tells you a lot about your business. This week we started “pushing” information to your inbox.

The reporting section of Intervals can show you if you are profitable, if you are doing the type of work you think you are, if your projects are in budget, if your team is working on the things you think they should be working on, etc. To help get that information to you, we devised a Weekly Summary email that shows a snap shot of last week. We hope that it will:

  1. Encourage the tracking of time and regular submission of timesheets
  2. Show the types of reports that can be run and customized in Intervals
  3. Connect the process of adding time to tasks and getting meaningful information from that marriage

Weekly Summary Email
Weekly Summary Report

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