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  • Overview
  • How to proceed?
  • Viewing the summary table
  • Enabling or disabling the time management
  • Calculating durations
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Overview
For each project element (windows, reports, ...), the total time spent is calculated:
  • for all the project contributors,
  • for each project contributor.
This time management enables you to run statistics on the duration of a project development, and to easily find out what are the most time consuming parts of your project.
How to proceed?

Viewing the summary table

To view the summary table, select "Project .. Time management .. Time spent on the project elements".To view the summary table, on the "Project" pane, in the "Other actions" group, expand "Time management" and select "Time passed on the project elements".

Enabling or disabling the time management

To enable ot disable this time management, check or uncheck "Enable the time spent on the elements" in the project description ("Project .. Project description", "Project" tab).To enable ot disable this time management:
  • Display the description window of project: on the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, click "Description".
  • Display the "Advanced" tab.
  • Check/Uncheck "Enable the feature for counting the time passed on the project elements"
  • Validate.

Calculating durations

If several elements are opened, only the current element is used when calculating the duration.
If the current editor is inactive (another application has focus for instance), the calculation of the duration stops automatically.
If an element remains opened for less than 60 seconds or if it remains inactive for less than 10 seconds, these durations are ignored.
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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