Improved Work Type and Module Management

Michael Payne | May 15th, 2023 |

We recently made some usability improvements to the default work type and module sections of Intervals. Found under the settings and defaults section of your account, the default modules and work types are configured when first starting out. As you manage more and more client projects it may be necessary to revisit how the work types and modules are set up and make some changes. For example, you might want to remove a work type from a project that doesn’t require it.

We’ve added a new column to each listing that displays the number of projects where the work type or module is associated. To see which projects, click on the number. Intervals will load for you a list of all projects where that work type or module is in use.

Take a look at this help article for more information on how to use this feature.


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