If you work on more than one project, task, or activity, you may need to add rows when entering time in your timesheet. You might also want to copy rows to save time, or delete rows you don’t need anymore.
Depending on which version of the duration-based timesheet you use, to add a row either:
The new row displays at the bottom of your timesheet.
If you use an in/out timesheet, a row for each day in the timesheet period will display by default, and you cannot delete these rows. You can, however, add rows within each daily row for recording your work times and breaks.
To add a new time entry for a day, click the Add Entry link in that day's row. This link may be called Work Time or Time Entry instead. You may need to move your mouse over the row to see the link.
To add a new time entry for a break, click the Add Break or Break Time link, if available.
You may want to copy a row if, for example, you want to use some of its settings for a different project or task, or use the same task with a different activity or billing option selected.
To copy a row in a duration-based timesheet, click the icon, if available, in the row you want to copy.
The new row will display directly under the copied row.
You can’t copy a row in the latest version of the duration-based timesheet or in the in/out timesheet.
You can delete a row that has time entered in it, though a prompt will appear asking you to confirm that you really want to delete that data.
To delete a row in a duration-based timesheet, click the icon for the row you want to delete. In some versions of the timesheet, the icon is shown as .
You cannot delete daily rows in an in/out timesheet, but you can delete time entries that display within daily rows.
To delete a time entry or break time, click the icon for that entry.
You may need to click on the row or move your mouse over the entry to see the icon.