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Presently, Administrator level users can see all of the timers running within Intervals, but they cannot start, stop or apply a timer on behalf of another user. Administrators can manually add time on behalf of others. Also, they can add, edit and delete other users time once it has been applied. The thinking behind this is that the timers are a tool to help people get their time entered. Once it is applied, then it becomes a "time chunk" that Administrator can manage.
Thoughts? As an Administrator do you want the ability to apply other users timers?
I am running into problems where people who aren't so used to using the Timer features (or Intervals for that matter) are leaving their timers running accidentally and when they bill us for their work, their time is inaccurately displayed and we can not account for the actual time spent. This is really annoying.
As I am one who lays down the law - keep proper track of your time, or you don't get paid - I intend on enforcing that. The way it would help if I see someone has logged 537 hours on a project. I can stop the timer and delete the time all together with out waiting for him or her to stop it and edit it incorrectly and bill me falsely.
This would be much appreciated.
I will support this.
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