Follow these simple steps to create a project task that is displayed in the timesheet. Scroll down for a video.
Why track time with project tasks? Because you will be tracking much more information that just a project. It takes the same amount of time to enter hours for a task as it does a project. But a project task contains other information that you can use to better understand the execution of your project.
For instance, project tasks are associated with categories. Each category describes the type of work you performed. You can run reports or comparisons on categories.
Project tasks also contain other fields that differ from task to task. So choosing the appropriate task means you are also choosing those other data point. Again, use them in reports to learn more about where your time is spent.
Other useful association may exist, such as payroll information, estimates verses actuals, and link dependencies based on task completion, and warnings when tasks are nearly finished.