The breaks button is no substitute for a pause button. The breaks button assumes that you stop working on one job abd then come back to that same job. And even so, it creates three, line item timesheets: one for when you started, one for the break and one for the time after the break. For those of us who work throughout the day on multiple jobs, the ability to pause one job, while switching to another is invaluable. I may bounce multiple time per day, between project management tasks for 5 or six clients. A stack of line item time entries is just clutter. To be able to have the app keep a cumulative, running total for each client that ends as one line item time sheet per day, per client is what is desired. I have 8 employees and we all do this. It is a headache for both admin, and the employees to have so many separate line items generated. I am trying Tsheets, and there are many good things about the app, but I may begin searching for another app, as it seems not quite fully fledged.
I will further add that this is not the same as pulling up a report to review items, as my thought presupposes that you want to be able to edit a specific timesheet(s), so filters on this page would be useful in a way that the reporting filters are not.
I wholeheartedly agree. Since I bill time and materials, the client receives an invoice showing all the time entries. Having multiple line items per day for the same job, instead of a single line item, id confusing for both us and the client.