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Time tracking is a simple device that lets you start and stop a 'clock' whenever you are working on a task and then have the elapsed time added to the 'Time Spent' attribute.
Show the Time-Tracker window whenever a task's time is tracked
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Continue time-tracking a task even when
Tracking a new task should stop tracking of tasks in all other open tasklists
This option ensures that there is only ever one task being tracked at any one time.
Log tracked time
For each start/stop sequence this option saves information about the sequence to a .csv file, the idea being that at a later date (weekly or monthly) you can load this into Excel (or Open Office) and generate a report from each entry.
Allow time tracking on parent tasks
By default, a parent task's time spent is simply the accumulated time spent of all its subtasks. As a result (by default) the attribute field of a parent task is disabled and time tracking is disabled. This option allows time tracking on parent tasks and also allows manual times to be added to parent tasks.
When time-tracking remind me every 'n' minutes
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One day equals 'n' hours
This allows you to specify the length of the working day to be used for display and calculation purposes.
One week equals 'n' days
This displays the length of the 'working week' based on which days have been specified in the field beneath.
The following days represent the weekend
Tick each of the days that should not be counted as a weekday.