New functionality

  • No new functionality

Improvements

  • Web Edition: Allow reports to be exported
  • Web Edition: Show PDF attachments for projects, users, tasks, inventory, expenses
  • Updated mileage rate to $0.655 per mile of business use

Bug fixes

  • Web Edition: File, Export now exports the correct report when multiple report tabs are open
  • Web Edition: Fixed filter applied to the first report tab when multiple reports tabs are open

 

From https://www.strdtime.com You probably already know that one of the primary things Standard Time® is used for is to scan barcodes on the shop-floor in manufacturing to start and stop timer and collect time and materials.

Let’s go into this Scan Barcodes view and get a look at how it might work by actually scanning some barcode labels. But the first thing you might be asking is - where do I get the actual labels to scan? It turns out you can create those right in Microsoft Word®. What I’ve done here is typed in some text and then go up to the Font menu and chose the ID Automation font. Out they come on the printer and ready to scan in Standard Time.

Let’s go ahead and start by scanning a user name and then a job and then a task. A timer has now started so let’s deduct some inventory from stock. Now the person can go off, start the work they do and when they come back, they would scan the word Stop. It is now asking me for a quantity, which I’ll scan in, and I’ve just collected time and materials with just a few scans.

If the employee goes off on a break or lunch and comes back and wants to start the same task; they could then scan their user name and then scan Restart Last Job and the timer would restart. Very nice, very simple and easy to use on the shop-floor.

While we’re in this view I’d like to draw your attention to just a few more things. Let’s go ahead and start by this little icon in the upper left corner. I click it and up pops a little menu of things you can do. The first thing I wanted to draw your attention to was Barcode Defaults. It turns out that you can set up some defaults for a scanning station so that people would scan less information; makes it a little easier. If you have a certain scanning station or tablet that is dedicated to a certain employee or a job or a task or certain values; you could setup those defaults here and then that person would not need to scan those.

The second thing I’ll draw your attention to in this view is Barcode Required Scans. You may remember that I had to scan a quantity. Will turns out that is just a required scan that I set up. This is a way for you to extend or add to the number of things that Standard Time will ask for when scanning on the shop-floor. I simply set up one for quantity and it then asks me how many items I produced. Very simple way to collect additional information.

The third thing I’ll draw your attention to from this view is a little stand-alone program called BC. Turns out you can collect all this time and materials with a little stand-alone program that you can deploy to tables or laptops or small scanning stations on the shop-floor. Instead of the full Standard Time program. Employees would simply scan and that is all they can do within the BC program.

There you have it. Very simple way to collect time and materials and other information on the shop-floor for manufacturing with barcode labels.

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New functionality

  • Added StScheduler.exe to installation folder to automatically send emails and accrue time off
  • Web Edition: Select and delete multiple records

Improvements

  • Time Log import: Automatically create project tasks referenced by name in import file
  • “TIMELOG-value-hours” scan now has better “Notes” from project and task names
  • Web Edition: Report objects are clipped so they don’t bleed into other nearby objects

Bug fixes

  • Fixed Time Log import: project task names were not being imported
  • WIP: Fixed “Actual work” column when “Project task” is selected for “Job type”

From http://www.strdtime.com You have to track employee hours in a timesheet, right? Hey, everybody does. But what if there are stacks of projects to look through? You know which one you’re looking for, but still… you’ve got a huge list to tackle. You can’t even enter your time until you find it. Standard Time® has a solution, just for you! It’s called Timesheet Favorites. If you’re like most people, you have just one or two projects you’re working on right now. Those are your favorites. So why sort through all the rest?

Just click Favorites… choose the projects you want... and go to work!

• Timesheet clutter is gone • Scrolling is gone • You’re in and out, in no time Timesheet favorites! A new Standard Time feature just for you.

Download and see for yourself!

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From: www.strdtime.com Don't be spineless; use Standard Time®! What is Standard Time? It's a time tracking and project management app. Cloud, Windows, Android, iOS. It will save your skin, which could lead to better health.

Enjoy the lighter side of project management!

Patient: I think you are next. That door right there.

Project Manager: Just a little headache is all my project is on life support.

Doctor: I’m not a therapist but I could take out your spleen.

Project Manager: No, it’s my project. I never assigned tasks to employees they just work on whatever they think is fun. They blew past the budget in the first month and I have another year to go. That’s giving me a splitting headache.

Doctor: I understand. Let’s have a look at that spinal cord, I can have it out in an hour.

Project Manager: This is just my yearly checkup and it’s just a headache.

Doctor: Yes, but I like to go the extra mile. Plus I had nothing else planned today.

Project Manager: I feel fine except my project is giving me fits. Employees are camping out on the fun tasks and ditching the crap. I need a good project tracker.

Doctor: Still, could be your spinal cord. Let’s get that puppy out.

Project Manager: I think we’re done here.

Receptionist: Looks like your doctor has a big day planned.

Project Manager: Let’s skip that I have to get back to the zoo. Get it? I manage the company projects.

Receptionist: Using Standard Time®?

Project Manager: Never heard of it.

Receptionist: Then you’re sunk.

Project Manager: What would you know?

Receptionist: Evidentially more than you.

Project Manager: All right genius. What is Standard Time?

Receptionist: Only a project tracking savior.

Project Manager: Will it save my skin?

Receptionist: Go out to www.stdtime.com.

Project Manager: Stdtime.com? What is that? A disease site?

Receptionist: Standard Time dope. I used to be a project manager before I wised up and got this gig.

Project Manager: Whatever.

Receptionist: All right. You’re all scheduled for surgery. The doctor will see you again now.

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