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How the midnight delay works with Folders
How the midnight delay works with Folders

Why there is a delay in data visibility and how it works

Updated over a week ago

Whether you're tracking your time to submit a time sheet to your employer at the end of the week, interested in gaining insights on how your time is spent and how you can maximize your productivity, or anything in between, we created Timeular to be the best possible solution for your time-tracking needs.

With the introduction of shared Folders anyone with Full access now has the ability to view the time entry data of shared folder members in the Insights area of Timeular.

Timeular takes privacy seriously and because of this we've also introduced a delay with regard to the data that full access members are able to view. They will be able to see all time entries created up until midnight in the time entry creator's time zone.

In the example below we see a screenshot of Ashley Smith's Calendar. Ashley is a member of a Folder which is named "This is a Folder" πŸ˜‰.

Ashley has tracked 2 time entries using the "Meetings" activity. (1) Monday, January 29th, and (2) Tuesday, January 30th.

Because there is a midnight delay in the data that a full access member can view, we can see in the screenshot below that even though they have the "Time span" filter set to January 29th - February 4th (1) and is performing this search today (Tuesday, January 30th in this case) they can only see the time entry that the Folder member created on Monday, January 29th (2).

The single time entry that was created today (Tuesday, January 30th) will only be visible to full access members at midnight (in the time entry creator's time zone) on January 31st.

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