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Teams worldwide now have a new tool to keep productive: Timeneye integrates with Microsoft Teams.
Let’s see how it works!
With so many companies and teams going full remote due to the pandemic, tools for distributed teams like Microsoft Teams have skyrocketed in the last year.
So when we started getting requests from users who needed a time tracking tool inside Microsoft Teams, we immediately rolled up our sleeves and started working on the integration.
And now we’re happy to say that the Timeneye integration with Microsoft Teams is finally available!
This integration completes the full circle of time tracking for other Microsoft Products, like our time tracking integration for Microsoft Planner and Microsoft To Do (both provided by the Timeneye Browser Widget) and the integration with Outlook Calendar events.
What you can do with this integration:
- Track time for your projects without leaving Microsoft Teams
- Keep an eye on your project and budgets
- Run reports on the teams’ productivity
How To Add Time Tracking In Microsoft Teams
You can add Timeneye and track your time in Microsoft Teams by going in the Apps sections of teams. You’ll find Timeneye in the “Productivity” category.
When you have added the Timeneye app, you’ll see a brand new section appear in your Microsoft Teams account.
Tracking Time Inside Microsoft Teams
Now you have your Timeneye dashboard right there in Microsoft Teams. Just click on the Register Time button to track time.
As you can see from the Timeneye app, you can move to different sections of your Timeneye account: the Dashboard, the Projects section, and the Reports, too.
Please note: this is a simplified version of the web app that gives you the essentials tools to track time, monitor projects, and run reports. If you need to access the other sections of Timeneye, log in to the web app at track.timeneye.com
What are you waiting for? Click here to start tracking time in Microsoft Teams
New to Timeneye? Click here to sign up and give this integration a try!
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