Create a Personal Timesheet (My Timesheet) | iOS

Hey Folks!

In this article, we’ll show you how to record a timesheet for yourself on the iOS Hectre app MyTimesheet module.

If you want to know how to record sick/annual leave, check out our article Recording Sick Days or Leave Types for Personal Timesheets.To learn about editing or deleting a timesheet check out our article on Editing and Deleting a Timesheets on the iOS App.

Step 1

  • Click on the menu icon in the top left

  • Click on My Timesheet

Step 2

This page will show you an overview of your day so far.

Since we haven’t recorded any jobs yet, you’ll just see a few options on how to proceed. 

To start recording jobs for today,

  • Click Clock In

Note: You can also view summaries, or record work for previous days by clicking on Today at the top of the page and choosing the relevant date on the calendar.

Step 3

First, you’ll be prompted to choose the job you’ll be doing. 

Choose the job from the list on the screen. If it’s a long list you can search for the job by typing it into the search bar at the top of the page.

Your most recent jobs will be listed at the top of the page under Recent Jobs.

  • Click on the job you’ll be doing.

    In this example I’ll be clicking ‘General’

Note: If you’ll be doing a piece rate job such as pruning, thinning, or picking, you might want to reference our articles on:

How to Record Pruning / Thinning Jobs

Bin Harvest Overview

Step 4

Next we’ll be choosing the location of the job you’re recording. 

  • Choose the location
  • Click Select Time


If the job is focused in a specific area, you can record down to the row level. If you’re just doing a general job on an orchard as a whole, you can just choose the orchard and move on to select time.

Step 5

  • Choose your Start Time
  • Click Clock In


Make sure the AM / PM is correct for the time of clock in.

Step 6

Now you’ll be able to see a summary of the job you’ve recorded.

If you have another job to record for the day, or you’re working on the same job in a different location,

  • Click + Add Job


If you’re done for the day, skip this step and go to step 7. 

Step 7 - Record a Lunch Break

If you’ve taken a lunch break,

  • Click Add Lunch Break


Recording a lunch break is better done at the end of the day because if you need to make any changes to jobs done in the morning, it is more difficult to do so if you’ve already recorded a lunch break. 

If you haven’t taken a lunch break, skip this step and go to step 9.

Step 8

  • Choose Start time for the lunch break
  • Select lunch break length
  • Click Update Lunch Break

Step 9

Review your day’s timesheet. You’ll notice that if your lunch break was in the middle of working on one job, that job will be split in two.

In the below example you’ll see the job 'General' has been split into two parts. 

If your timesheet is looking good, 

  • Click Clock Out

  • Next you’ll be prompted to choose the Clock Out time
  • Click Clock Out


If you notice a mistake in your timesheet, check out our article on Editing and Deleting a Timesheets on the iOS App.

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