What has changed in the new mobile app (iPhone and Android) released in November 2022?

In November 2022, we released a new version of our mobile app for iPhone and Android, rebuilt from the ground up. This article highlights added, updated, and removed features and functionality that may have an impact on your workflows in the app.

Some removed functionality may be added back in the future as we continue to develop this new version, along with helpful new features.

Tracking time

  • When tracking time via duration, you'll now see a few commonly used preset durations that you can choose from. You can still enter the duration manually instead.
  • You can now jump to a certain date on your timesheet by tapping the current date and selecting the new one in the calendar.
  • The days of the week at the top of your timesheet now also show the date.
  • Previously, you always had to manually select a project and a task when starting a time entry. Now, the project + task you worked on last is auto-selected, similar to how it is when creating time entries from a web browser.
  • Favorites are now available on your Home tab for easy access, in addition to during the time entry creation process. The iPhone favorites widget has been removed.
  • Unsynced time entries previously lived in the Account tab. These can now be found on the Time tab with a red badge next to the button to Track time. The number within the badge reflects the number of entries that are currently unsynced.
  • A running timer's duration can now be edited. (For accounts tracking via start and end times, you can still edit those for a running timer, as before.) However, we have removed the ability to change the date of a running timer. You'll now need to stop the timer and then edit the date of the entry.
  • Synced entries can no longer be edited when your phone is disconnected from the internet.

Tracking expenses

  • Unsynced expense entries previously lived in the Account tab. These can now be found on the Expenses tab with a red badge next to the button to New expense. The number within the badge reflects the number of entries that are currently unsynced.
  • We have removed the ability to create an expense entry with an amount of 0.00. You'll need to enter an amount of at least 0.01 to save an expense entry.
  • You can no longer attach PDFs to expenses in Android. (This was already not possible in the iPhone app.) Please go to your account in a web browser to attach a PDF to an expense.
  • Synced entries can no longer be edited when your phone is disconnected from the internet.

Invoices

  • Invoices no longer has its own tab. You'll now view, send, and mark invoices as paid via the Invoices section on the Report tab.

Reports

  • You can now see, at a glance, your hours for this week broken down by day of the week and by tasks on the Home tab.
  • In the My Time report, we've added a daily hours bar chart, an active projects filter, and billable amount by tasks, and removed total billable and uninvoiced amounts.
  • In the Team Time report, we've added a visual of billable vs non-billable hours, total team hours by projects and tasks, and total team billable and uninvoiced amounts, and removed individual hours, capacity, and billable hours.
  • Previously, a Time Summary report in the Time tab showed total hours for today, yesterday, this week, and this month for the person signed in to the app. Now, you can see your total hours for individual days along the top of the Time tab and for a selected week in Reports > My Time. There's not currently a way to see total hours for a month.
  • The team status functionality has been removed. Instead, head to the Team overview in the web app, where an orange dot next to a person's name indicates a running timer.

General

Dark mode (previously only on iPhone) and push notifications are currently not available on the new mobile app.

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