New functionality

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Improvements

  • Set Tasks.Qty to 0 when RESTARTLASTJOB is scanned

Bug fixes

  • Cloud: Fixed ENDTIMER, which was using the wrong project for rule scripts

 

Meet Jax Manager Trainee And Standard Time® Expert Ask Jax Define Comp Time Those extra hours you earn By working overtime That you spend Coding till midnight In Standard Time, that means Earn compensatory hours Submit PTO requests Track vacation hours Jax wants to know Got any comp time Due next week In Standard Time?

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New functionality

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Improvements

  • Windows: Added “Assign percent” dropdown
  • Web: Flash window green when RESTARTLASTJOB is scanned

Bug fixes

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If you’re like most people, you sometimes forget to track your time. Or forget which jobs you should work on next. Or which tasks are due. Hey… you’re focused on your job, not project management. But that’s important too. But what if you had a personal robot to: • Check your timesheet for errors? • Or tell you when new tasks are coming up? • Or tasks are coming due? • Or tell you when you’ve been assigned to new projects? • Or remind you of employee status?

That robot would be pretty handy!

In the Standard Time® timesheet, we call that robot: email notifications.

Email notifications watch out for you. They look for things you might forget. Like a personal assistant would.

Click to try email notifications… in Standard Time. See more at: http://www.strdtime.com

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