Absent Member.. Mohit_Agrawal Absent Member..
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Automatically adding request to timesheet

Hi All,

 

Can we automatically add a request in the timesheet once approved.

 

Once manager approves the request it should get added to the timesheet of the resource ("Created By user in the request)" with 8 hours for the date (same as the value in the Date field in the request) with non-editable time cell...

 

is it possible?

 

Thanks

 

 

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Re: Automatically adding request to timesheet

Hi Mohit,

 

Add from My Items / Suggested Items:  This option adds work items from the Suggested Items list or the My Items list. The Suggested Items list is automatically generated by HP Time Management for your convenience. The My Items list is a personal list of items you build and maintain, and its items are retained until you delete them

 

For more information take a look to the Time Management user guide on page 32 and onwards.

 

Hope this helped you.

Best Regards.

Carolina.


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Absent Member.. Mohit_Agrawal Absent Member..
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Re: Automatically adding request to timesheet

Hi Carolina,

 

I know adding of items from My Items list. But my question is litlle different.

 

Do you know of any way of adding a task/request to a resource's time sheet from back end query and also putting time to the cell of date column?

 

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