The Executive User Level — Intervals Online Project Management Roles

| July 31st, 2013 | , , , ,

Intervals web-based time, task and project management software provides four different user levels — Executive, Resource, Manager, and Administrator. Each user level is designed to provide the optimal online experience for someone in that role.

In this video, we demonstrate the Executive level user. The Executive level user has the most limited access of the four user levels. This role provides a few reports and a limited view of time, tasks, and projects. And, as you will see in the video, the Executive user account is the most configurable, allowing you to restrict access to any combination of detailed time entries, billable hours, or invoices.

Executives

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Running time: 05:43

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