Timers in the Jobber App
You can start and stop timers using using the Jobber app, as a pro employee.
There are two types of timers—general timers and visit timers. General timers are not tied to a job, and are good for tracking time between visits, breaks, or unscheduled time. Visit timers are tied to the specific job the visit is for.
Start a general timer
To start a general timer, click Time Sheet > Clock In. A general timer will start running.
If you start a visit timer and a general timer is running, the general timer will automatically stop. This is so two timers are not running at once. When the visit timer is stopped, the general timer will automatically start again. This is to track the time between visits automatically.
To stop a general timer, tap Clock Out.
Start a visit timer
To start a visit timer go to Schedule > click on the visit > click 'Start Timer'. Starting a visit timer will automatically stop the general timer, if you have one running.
Stop a visit timer
Once a visit is done, you can click 'Stop Timer'. You can then mark the visit complete. The general timer will start running again if you had one running before starting the visit timer.
After the visit is marked as complete, starting a timer for the completed visit is disabled. You would need to mark the visit incomplete to of you need to start the timer again.
Editing time sheets
To edit a time sheet, go to Time Sheets and click on the entry you'd like to change. You can change the time, duration, and add notes.
Only employees who have permissions to or 'View/Record/Edit Their Own' or 'View/Record/Edit Everyone's' can edit time sheets.
Learn more about Time Sheets in Jobber.
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