The Jibble bot and slash commands allow you to track time and attendance for your team without having to leave Slack. Use Jibble for client billing, payroll, work productivity, project costing or simply to see who's working and on what.Add to slack by visiting www.jibble.io and Jibble will create a team account for you. No emails will be sent to your team members unless you invite them first. You can choose who to invite to Jibble and they will receive a slack message or email notification and can start tracking time right away. Your slack team can track time by interacting with the @jibble bot or use the Slash commands /jibble in, /jibble out. When they start work or switch activity they jibble in and when they finish work they simply jibble out. They can add optional notes/tasks against their entry so time spent on a specific task can be tracked. The team admin will need to create activities (or projects) from within the Jibble app first. An overview of your weekly timesheet can be retrieved by using the command /jibble times with a more detailed daily log available with the command /jibble logJust because a team member appears offline/unavailable in slack, doesn't mean they're not working. Check who's currently working with the command /jibble allThere's a lot more you can do too. For example, if you want to track time spent on client work for invoicing purposes, then enable the Client Billing power-up from the Power-ups page in the web app. This will allow for client selection when a team member in slack tries to jibble in. Very useful reporting and attendance stats and alerts are also available from within the web app. Check the help articles for more info. We're building more features into Jibble everyday but we'd love to hear your comments. Use /jibble contact your message goes here...
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