Settings

The “Settings” screen allows you to configure General and specific settings like the Timer to meet your unique needs and customize your Timesheet experience.

General

Theme: You can change the app’s theme to Dark Mode or use the system defaults. This setting will alter the theme depending on the sunrise-sunset.

Language: The app uses the language you’ve set for your device by default. Timesheet is available in 40 languages, so you can change your app’s language using the “Language” setting.

Location tracking: Enable or Disable Location Tracking. If you enable it, the app will use your device’s GPS to configure the location of each task you create automatically.

Currency: Set your preferred currency for salary values. You can type the character representing the currency in any string.

Distances: Choose either Miles or Kilometers and set it as the measurement unit for your mileage.

First day of the week: Set the first day of the week for your time range filters and statistics.

Date format: Choose a structure for your date values, such as DD/MM/YY or MM/DD/YY.

Time Format: Choose a format of the time values.

Duration Format: Choose a format of the duration values, such as HH:MM or XX.XX (Decimal).

Timer

Rounding: Choose a rounding figure for your tasks, like the nearest 5 minutes. The Timer will automatically round its values to the selected most comparable figure in your setting.

Rounding Type: Choose a rounding type like the nearest 10 minutes, a quarter of an hour, or half an hour for your tasks. The Timer will automatically round its values using the selected rounding type.

Default Duration: Choose a default duration of a task. When you manually add a task, the time is preset on the form.

Edit View: Enabled/Disable Edit View. If you enable it, the Edit Form will open automatically when you stop a task. It ensures you don’t forget to edit the description or other values at the end of each task.

Text-to-Speech: Enable/Disable Text-to-Speech. If you enable Text-to-Speech, it will tell you the Timer's status when you start, stop, or pause the Timer.

Reset Timer: You can reset the Timer if it is incorrect or has any other issue.

Breaks

Rounding: Choose the rounding setting for your breaks. The Timer will automatically round your breaks to the nearest value depending on your setting.

Rounding Type: Choose a rounding type for your breaks. The Timer will automatically round all breaks by your setting.

Default Duration: Choose a default duration of breaks. When you manually add a break, the time is preset on the form.

Edit View: Enable/Disable Edit View. You can enable this feature to edit the break’s detail after stop. If you stop a break, it will automatically open the Edit Form to edit the description or other values.

Add Break Every: Set a working duration like 30, 40, 45, 50, or 60 minutes to schedule or add breaks. This setting ensures that the Timer automatically starts a break.

Pause Time: Set 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 45 minutes, or more as the duration of the automatically added break. The Timer will resume at the end of the break’s time.

Automatic Breaks: Enable/Disable automatic breaks. If you enable automatic breaks, the Timer will pause and resume automatically using your "Add Break Every" and "Pause Time" values.

Notifications Alarm: Choose notification interval like Never, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 hours for the alarm to alert you while the Timer is running.

Notification Settings: Go to the app's notification settings to Enable/Disable Sound, Vibration, and other options. You can select a notification sound from built-in Android sounds.

Export

Split Task by Breaks: Enable/Disable split task by breaks. If you enable this feature, it will split different tasks on a single Excel or CSV export file using breaks.

Show Date and Time: If you enable this feature, your tasks’ timestamps will display the start time and the date. This feature comes in handy if you work on tasks over midnight. It will provide extra information.

CSV separator: Choose your preferred list separator for CSV files between comma (,) and semicolon (;). The selected partition will be applied in your export CSV files.

Export Folder: Select a folder on your device’s SD card or file system to store exported files. You may need to enable Storage Permission for Timesheet to export files to the folder.

Filename: Assign a name to your export files. Just type in a filename, and the app will add a timestamp at the end of the name when you export a file.

Calls

Task Call Service: Enable/Disable the service. If you enable it, a notification is shown after every call with a button to add a task to Timesheet. Each call is added as a task with the type "Call," and the duration is preset. Android does not allow apps to visualize individual’s phone numbers directly from the call. So, you’ll have to insert the phone number into the “Call” task details yourself.

Synchronization

WiFi Only: Enable/Disable WiFi Only. If you enable it, the data is only synchronized when your device has access to WiFi connectivity.

Files Folder: Choose a destination folder in your file systems for your note attachments.

Appearance

Relative Duration: Enable/Disable relative duration. If you enable this feature, the timer and project list's totals will display the total time without breaks.

Autocomplete task description: Enable/Disable Autocomplete. You can enable it to avoid typing the same task description every time. The task's description field will display reports from other projects.

Default Project Tab: Choose the content of the default page displayed when you click on a project. You can add Details, Tasks, or Files on your default project tab.

Default Task Tab: Choose content like Details, Breaks, Expenses, and Notes to appear on the default page when you click on a task.

Settings