Timesheet Form / Application

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    • #18115
      Iain Munro
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      Morning

      I was just wondering if anyone had built a Timesheet Application using DFFS.

      Iain

      • This topic was modified 4 years, 2 months ago by Iain Munro.
    • #18186
      Alexander Bautz
      Keymaster

      I posted an article about a “time tracker” a year ago: https://spjsblog.com/2016/02/22/time-tracker-in-a-dffs-enabled-list/

      Not sure this is what you look for, but you can take a look at it.

      Alexander

    • #18238
      Iain Munro
      Participant

      Hi Alexander

      Thanks for getting back to me.

      What I was looking for was the option of a person being able to allocate their time over the course of a day against tasks that they are working in – min 15 minute increments.

      For example, I work on a project with 5 tasks.

      On Monday I work on Task 1 for 8 hours.

      On Tuesday, I work on Task 3 & 5. 2 hours on Task 3 and 5 hours on Task 5.

      So I would need something like Mon – Sunday across the top with the ability t o add rows that I can pick the project, task and then enter the hours on the day.

      Could this be done in DFFS ?

      Iain

    • #18241
      Iain Munro
      Participant

      I am running office 365

    • #18286
      Alexander Bautz
      Keymaster

      Sorry for the delay. I’m sure it can be build with DFFS and some custom code, but unfortunately I don’t have time to do this for you.

      I don’t see exactly how it would be built to let you sum up the hours in a good way, but I’ll happily answer any questions you might have if you want to give it a go building it.

      Alexander

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