Just a couple updates before the holidays…

August has begun and it’s (a very hot) summer here in Italy.

We have been working hard in the last few weeks, introducing the new Timeneye and the new mobile apps. We’re almost ready to take a short break, but before we close our offices to escape the heat for a couple of weeks, here are the latest updates you might have missed.

Better entries management

It’s now possible to move entries (or copies of the entries) across projects and users. This is how Entries look like in the new Timeneye:

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Simply click on the filters and start selecting your entries.

As you check the entries, you’ll see all the actions appear on your left: you can move entries to other projects and users, mark them as billed, or export them to CSV.

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Tracking time for your Outlook Calendar events

Calendar addicts rejoice: our brand new Outlook Calendar integration is here!

Now you’ll be able to sync your Outlook calendar and track your time for your events, and you’ll never miss a minute for your meetings and calls ever again.

How to integrate Outlook calendar and Timeneye

Simply access the integration section of your account and look for the shiny new Outlook calendar integration. Click to connect your account and the integration will be up and running.

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Give it 10-15 minutes to sync. After that, your Outlook calendar events will be pulled inside Timeneye, as Suggestions.

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Make sure to check the detailed guide on how to track time for your Outlook Calendar events.

We are now going on a short vacation to recharge and get ready for our next challenges.

Our support in the next 2 weeks is going to be slower than usual. So if you have an emergency please send us a tweet @Timeneye after submitting your ticket!

See you at the end of the month, ’cause we have big updates coming up!

Greetings from sunny Italy! ☀️

About Stefania

CMO at Timeneye, making sure the world knows how cool time tracking is. She believes that with careful planning and organization, anything is possible. In her free time, she enjoys reading books and belting out tunes from Broadway musicals (although the neighbours don't seem to appreciate that).