Please follow these steps to get started well with your TSR.
Understanding the terms used in TSR
First you should familiarize yourself with the terms used, by going over the glossary (https://www.timesheetreporter.com/support/glossary/).
Being able to report time from Outlook
2. Install TSR Outlook User Agent
Install the TSR Outlook User Agent on the computers with Outlook from where you wish to use the TSR client. For instructions on installing the agent, see https://www.timesheetreporter.com/support/tsr-outlook-user-agent-installation/.
Please make sure that you read the pre-requisites described in the same document.
Creating your own projects, etc.
3. TSR data setup
For the Hosted version, we may include some sample data for you to get started faster. If so, you can skip this step, and start using TSR now. However, you should add some more data yourself to really benefit from TSR and see how it works.
Setup data on the TSR Server, such as users, user groups, organizations, projects, etc., by following this guide: https://www.timesheetreporter.com/support/getting-some-data-to-work-with-in-tsr/.
Optional: Access to Hourly Rates and Expenses
On how to get access to have hourly rates on your time entries in TSR, please follow this guide – Click here…
On how to get access to track expenses (mileage, billable goods, etc.) on your time entries, please follow this guide – Click here…
You are now ready to use TSR. Enjoy.
How to use TSR
For some frequently asked questions, which might also be of help – please click here…
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