Within Web TimeSheet, users can select a billing rate when entering time against a task. However, when transferring time entries from Web TimeSheet, Microsoft Project does not support transfer of the associated billing rates. If you are tracking costs for the project in Microsoft Project, it is important to note that the Web TimeSheet billing rates will not be reflected in the cost data. However, the Integration Manager does support mapping of Web TimeSheet values to the Microsoft Project Resource Standard Rate, which can be used for cost tracking purposes, if desired.

Additionally, Web TimeSheet allows users to select more than one rate when entering time against a task. When these time entries are transferred, the total of all hours entered for the task, regardless of the billing rate selected, will be transferred to Microsoft Project. For example, if 5 hours are entered against Task 1 using the Project Manager rate and 3 hours are entered against Task 1 using the Administration rate, 8 hours will be transferred to Microsoft Project for Task 1.