Nov 27, 2013 10:08:12 AMEditedOct 30, 2014 02:14:17 PMbyMarcia M
A client of mine has agreed to let me bill for manual hours, as the nature of the work isn't really conducive to snapshots. He is used to billing with the time tracker and having the money automatically come out of his credit card without him having to do anything.
I know that manual time isn't automatically approved, and I don't know how things work from the client end. Is there anything he needs to do in order for me to get paid? We have a good relationship and I'm not worried about him not wanting to pay me. I just want to make sure he doesn't forget to do anything he's supposed to so I don't get paid.
Nov 27, 2013 11:17:46 AMEditedOct 30, 2014 04:19:34 PMbyKrisztina U
It's automatically billed just like regular hourly contracts are (except for the guarantee), the only difference is that the client a: has to enable/allow for manual time in the contract settings and b: will get a system generated manual time summary once a week or so.
Nov 27, 2013 11:21:21 AMEditedOct 30, 2014 04:19:35 PMbyKrisztina U
One more thing I forgot to mention is that you can check if manual time is enbled by going to your work diary. If you see the "add manual time" button, it's enabled, and if you see the "request manual time" button, it's disabled. Other than enabling it if it's disabled, there's nothing the client needs to do or approve.