Extra features extend Clockify’s core functionality, giving you more power over who can do what and further boosting your productivity.
Add additional fields to time entries and track anything! With custom fields, you can manually track: expenses, mileage, breaks, overtime, invoice status, number of units, custom dropdowns, quantity, codes, location, equipment, estimate, deal number, link to ticket, receipts, images, all sorts of IDs (invoice, task, user, project)… and more! In addition to user data, you […]
Prevent employees from changing their timesheets by locking them so regular users can’t edit or add back-dated time entries.
Round time entries in reports to regular intervals. You can round up, down, to nearest 15, 30, or 60-minute time interval.
Find faulty (missing project/task, suspicious duration) time entries in with one click and fix them to keep timesheets clean and accurate.
Prevent users from adding incomplete time entries by requiring that time entries must be categorized before they can be created.
Exported PDF can include your company logo, instead of Clockify’s.
Private entries let you limit the users in your Workspace who can see all time entries, public project’s entries, and the Team Dashboard.
Set up time tracking targets for your team and they will be reminded to track time if they’ve tracked less/more than their target hours.
See your team member’s timesheets and add time for them.
Create many similar projects with the same task structure quickly.
To keep track of your project budget, set up alerts and get an email notifications when your projects go over estimate.
Update multiple time entries and projects in Clockify with one click.
Hide the Team, Reports, and Projects pages from regular users so only admins can see them.
Set automatic lock and the lock date will get auto-updated each day, week, or month so you don’t have to do it manually any more.
Control user access and login with a single system (LDAP, SAML, OAuth, Azure, Office 365, Okta, and many more).
Manage, reset, and edit accounts of your users.
Define labor costs of each user and project, and then compare what you charge clients vs what you pay your team.