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How to create sub-activities by adding notes
How to create sub-activities by adding notes
Want to track more than 8 activities? Use notes to easily attribute your time entries to sub-categories.
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Written by Manuel Bruschi
Updated over a week ago

Do you wish the Tracker had more than sides? If 8 sides are not enough for you or if you simply want to track your projects more granularly, you can easily add tags (#), mentions (@) or simple notes to your entries. These notes then act as searchable sub-categories/sub-activities.

Example: Imagine you’ve been tracking doing research. If you now want to assign this time to Project A, you can just add “@ProjectA” in the notes field of this entry. This entry is now assigned to Project A.

Tip: If you are regularly using the same activities and notes, make sure you add a hashtag (#) or mention (@) before them. This way they will be saved and shown to you in a dropdown menu whenever you start typing # or @.

Filter and analyze data for projects & subprojects

On the Insights tab in the software you can filter by dates, activities and notes, tags/mentions, and more in order to analyze your time tracking data.

If you have a Personal Pro or Team subscription you can then easily export this data by clicking on the export icon in the top right corner.

We hope this helps you to get even more out of our software and to get more insights into how you spend your time.

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