Track time for Projects

Modified on Tue, 06 Jun 2023 at 12:24 PM

If your company needs a time tracker for its projects, Kenjo has the perfect feature for it. Go to Settings > Overview and enable the Project time tracker. 

If you need to add custom fields for your project, go to Project time tracker > Settings and create a new custom field using the (+) button.

Creating a project

After you activated the Project time tracker, a new icon is displayed on the side menu. Click on it and go to the projects tab, where you can add a new project using the (+) button. Complete the following data:

  • Choose the type: Time and Materials, Turnkey or Others.
    • Time and materials: These projects have a bigger scope. The requirements don't need to be completely clear, as they could change in the time of execution. A Time and materials project is more flexible to changes.
    • Turnkey: These projects have a smaller scope and very clear requirements. They are more fixed and therefor inflexible to changes. 
  • Set the project title, status, start date, due date, and description. 
  • Select Company, Department, Office, and add the budget and the estimated hours. 
  • Assign employees to the project and add their roles and their cost per hour.

You can edit or delete a project by clicking on the specific project and then on the three dots. Here, you can select Edit or Delete

Projects overview

You can see an overview of all projects with team members, department, due date, its progress bar, and the worked hours entered. Using the filters you can save specific views.


Use this tab to check the tracked hours entered for a project and also its progress. You can see the list by project or by employee and change the view from weekly to monthly. Using the filters you can filter the data displayed by project type, status or department.

Adding time entries

Here you can enter your hours worked on a project. The employees in the 'admin', 'hr-admin' and 'manager' profiles can see the whole projects list. Other profiles only see the projects where they have been assigned to. Through the arrows on top, you can see the tracked hours entered in the previous or following weeks.

If you want to export this data, you can do so by clicking on EXPORT

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