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What should I enter when tracking time? .25, .125. .123457?

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    • Michael
    • Mar 2nd 2006 edited @ 03/02/2006 3:13 pm
     

    It depends on if you have a set policy for tracking time. Many companies have 1/4 minimums so you're in the .25 world. We're an 1/8 of an hour company ourselves. That's why you see three decimal places with the task timer.

    Here's a cheat sheet for 1/8 hour equivalents:

    60 minutes = 1.0
    52.5 minutes = 0.875
    45 minutes = 0.75
    37.5 minutes = 0.625
    30 minutes = 0.5
    22.5 minutes = 0.375
    15 minutes = 0.25
    7.5 minutes = 0.125

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    Do you know of a handy converter that one could use for this? Perhaps a Mac widget? Thanks.
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    If you are using the timers in Intervals when applying the time there is a "round up" option. This will keep the applied time in the formatting above.

    Regarding widgets, a Mac and PC widget are in the short-term roadmap. We are looking forward to opening up Intervals more for usage without having to be logged into the web interface.

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    You can enter time in clock format now when manually adding time and the add time dialogue will convert the time for you. Here are a few examples:

    :22 (0.367 hrs)
    1:22 (1.367 hrs)
    1:22:30 (1.375 hrs)

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