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Categorize clients by billable vs. nonbillable
« on: February 16, 2012, 08:40:50 am »
Once again, thanks for the app, it's the best out there.

In my list of clients, I have a few that are for nonbillable matters that I need to track. My firm keeps separate track of time spent on firm committees vs. client development vs. admin vs. partner meetings etc. etc.  So each one that has a separate "client" code in our system is a separate client in Time Master.

It would be great if when you set up a client you could categorize it in some way or another, so that when you go to run a report you can include only those clients with that category.  I would think "billable" and "nonbillable" would be a common way to categorize them.  Ideally it would be great if you could set up your own categories, but as a starting point it might be nice to have an "attribute" for clients just like you do for individual expenses.

Right now if I want to get a total of my billable hours for a month, the only way I can do it is run a total and then run a report with each nonbillable "client", backing each one out.  You can do this with expenses (i.e. run only those that are reimbursable).


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Re: Categorize clients by billable vs. nonbillable
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2012, 12:00:14 pm »
Thanks for the suggestions, we will add it to our "wish list".  We have an idea that we hope to implement in a future version that might work for you.