I remember the first planning meeting we had after I became Project Manager of Timeneye.
There was a lot of awkward silence, me shuffling through papers, and changing the monthly plan back and forth.
When you’re tasked with managing a project for the first time, planning requires a lot of guessing and adjustments. Without past experiences in your baggage, how can you estimate deadlines and due dates? How can you decide how much workload can any team member take?
What is the value of your time? Are you making profitable business choices?
These questions that every business owners, from tiny startups to bigger corporations, have to answer to.
We added a new PRO feature that can help up with that: the Member average cost.
In our latest update, we introduced a new PRO feature, the possibility to set an hourly rate for the different team members, from the “Edit project” mode.
Now, users will be able to set up their hourly rates right when they create the project.
Let’s see how!
There’s a lot of advice out there on the importance of, from time to time, saying a big “No”.
“Well, easy for YOU to say!”
Saying “no” to clients is hard enough, but saying no you your bosses? No way that’s going to happen.
What to do when many important tasks are raining on you from different and equally important managers?
Did you know? There’s a tiny but powerful view in Timeneye, packed with features.
In this feature spotlight, we’ll focus on the mighty Entries section, and we’ll show you 5 things you can do in this view, that you probably didn’t know about. Let’s dive in!
Those who bill by the hour know painfully well how important it is that every minute of work is appropriately valued – and paid.
Today we’re happy to introduce a few new features that will help our users manage their billable time: hourly rates for users (PRO feature) and an improved Project Status view. Let’s dive in!
We’re happy to announce that we’ve added a new service among the Timeneye Browser Widget integrations: Zenkit.
Building a great team is a process.
It’s not always easy, but when it works, it creates a team that’s a major force and a key aspect for project success.
When building up a team, a few principles should be established right from the start. If implemented correctly, they become the basis from which the team draws their strength.
These principles are: leading by example, good communication, and reliability.
Many people say that the way you approach your day can make or break your productivity.
In this article from our “Start the day productively” series we’re exploring the critical first three hours of our day at work, and what is best to do in those hours.