If you track time from the Today page or the Project Log, you will have access to your Timesheets, which are automatically created based.
Go to Time > Timesheets.
This will show you an overview of your time worked within a set period - defaulting to this current week.
Managers have the ability to see the timesheets of the employees they manage by using the employee switcher in the top right corner.
You can configure what you can see on the timesheets page using the tick boxes on the right-hand side - choose to view Times, Breaks, Activities and Insights.
You'll see some insights widgets at the top of the timesheets, this will show you an overview of the data below.
The first two widgets relate to Clock in & Out, while the Time per Project, Customer & Task widgets are only available in the Time package.
The first widget shows you how many hours have been worked in the week compared to the plan. If there are too few hours worked for the week, this will show in red, with the second widget showing the deficit.
If the hours worked are the same as planned or more, it will show in green, with the second widget showing the surplus.
Your planned working hours have been configured based on your profile per day and take into account public holidays and weekends.
The table will show you your times worked versus planned for the week. You can drill down into each day by clicking the plus icon. If you have the Time module, you will see the breakdown of your activities on Projects, Customers & Tasks here.
If the time of any clock in or activity has been overridden, it will be highlighted with a red exclamation mark. Times can be edited from the Today page (e.g. if someone clocks in later than they start) or retrospectively on the timesheet table by clicking the edit icon. You can also add comments from here too.