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Time Tracking over the Holidays (Support Hours)

Some of us consider this the holiday season, but others are working overtime in December. We here at Harvest would like to give you a heads up as to what to expect between December 22nd, 2011 and January 3rd, 2012. We’re planning to take some time off to spend with our loved ones and we’ll be providing support via email only during that time. One or two of our elves at Harvest HQ will be manning support during our regular hours to ensure that everyone who receives the gift of Harvest this holiday season will get the help that they need.

Santa and his elves are hard at work -- mostly focused on the "Nice List" project, although the naughty list has seen some time logged.

Whether you’re planning on tracking your time against that very important project with a December 26th deadline, or on the relaxing by the fire with a book task, we’ve got you covered! Although I’m sure I won’t be the last to say it, thank you all for using Harvest in 2011.  Have a great (and safe) holiday season, and we’re looking forward to working with you through 2012 and beyond!

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  • Kim Williamson on December 27, 2011

    Quick question…just signed up for the trial and loving the product. However, just want to know can a project manager manage another PERSON and not just a specific PROJECT for approval purposes. For example: John reports to Sally (for Harvest purposes, a ‘project manager’), can Sally just be the person who approves ALL of John’s timesheets or expense reports in AGGREGATE or does it have to be a project-by-project basis? Does this question even make sense…am I way off base. Thanks, Kim

  • Hi Kim,

    Currently, our approvals work on a project-by-project basis. The only workaround for that type of setup would be to have your person log all of their time to a single (or series of) projects that this individual is the manager of.

    Of course, you can also assign multiple project managers per project — so you could just make rules like certain PMs approve the timesheets of certain people!

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