Administrator Access to Timers

| October 28th, 2009 | , , ,

Intervals Project Management Software Update: Administrator Access to Timers

We’ve all been there. We start a timer on a Friday afternoon and some time before 5pm arrives our mind wanders off to ahead of us. By the time we catch up with ourself we realize we forgot to stop a timer and there isn’t a computer or a WiFi signal for miles. Intervals administrators now have access to stop, restart and apply other people’s already created timers. This feature is useful for containing runaway timers.

Administrators can access other people’s timers by clicking on Time -> Running Timers. Using this list they have full control over existing timers.

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