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It better to link the Task and project with TargetProcess

We using TargetProcess for agile development. There is timesheet too but there don't have clock to record spend time. We have to use your clock to capture time for each task and enter it to TargetProcess timesheet manually.

We copy Task/Project from TargetProcess to your Task/Project
then start record time.
then we put the spend time back to TargetProcess timesheet for each task.

It's better to automate it.

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under review  ·  AdminMrTickTock (CEO / Founder, MrTickTock) responded  · 

Hi,

Thank you for the report. We also like to automate things and make our life more smooth.

From you description it looks like you can already automate your flow with our API: https://mrticktock.com/api.html
You can:

  • simply create a task in MrTickTock (create_task method),
  • report time (start_timer/stop_timer or report_time_on_task)
  • get time spent on task by a user (get_task_details)
  • close task if no longer needed (close_tasks).

Is this sufficient for your needs?

Cheers,
Jacek

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  • AdminMrTickTock (CEO / Founder, MrTickTock) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hi,

    Thank you for the report. We also like to automate things and make our life more smooth.

    From you description it looks like you can already automate your flow with our API: https://mrticktock.com/api.html
    You can:
    * simply create a task in MrTickTock (create_task method),
    * report time (start_timer/stop_timer or report_time_on_task)
    * get time spent on task by a user (get_task_details)
    * close task if no longer needed (close_tasks).

    Is this sufficient for your needs?

    Cheers,
    Jacek

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