The menu item My times provides you with an overview of all the times you have recorded. There are three different views here:
My day - day view
The My Day view shows all the times recorded today (or any other selected day). For this purpose a round progress bar runs full in the upper left corner. The maximum value of the display is your weekly capacity / 5.
Directly below is a list of all recorded times of the day.
Record times by click & drag
In the middle and right area you see a timeline with the times of the day. You'll be able to create new time entries here by click & drag.
Click & drag and you'll be able to move the times around and adjust the start and end times.
The dashed lines show two things:
when you opened awork for the first time that day
the current time.
Right next to the times you've entered, you'll find suggestions from awork for which elements you'll be able to enter times.
Capture times from appointments
You'll be able to integrate your Google, Apple or Microsoft calendar via the calendar icon on the right. Then you'll see your appointments in the timeline and you'll be able to add a new time by clicking on the appointment.
Here you can learn how to integrate your calendar.
My week - Week view
In the My Week view you can see all times of the week. The week view works without clock times. It shows all time entries of the days and the height represents the duration of each entry.
Add new times by clicking on the dashed boxes. awork automatically fills up the duration value to 8h. This way you'll be able to easily enter your whole week with all day times.
You'll be able to drag and drop the times in the week view between the days or change their duration by dragging them bigger or smaller at the bottom.
My times - list view
In the My Times view you'll be able to see all your recorded times. In addition, you'll be able to export your times, search for a time and group the entries as you wish using the icons in the top right corner.
☝️Note: Times from timers that are still running are not displayed here.