Updated Custom Fields Available!

Written by Patrick Vernallis in Blog
February 1, 2017:

In this modern age, there’s no such thing as tracking too much data. In fact, one of the most common missteps even the best firms make is simply not tracking enough. Your firm shouldn’t miss out on key insights just because you’re unable to track the data point needed to fuel your analytics solution. The right analytics tool should give you the capacity to track whatever data point you want.  Bill4Time’s Custom Data Fields are the perfect solution for firms who need more flexible data tracking. And with our recent update – managing your custom fields has never been easier!
With custom fields, you can define unique fields that can appear in different areas of the program. You may create, remove, and update these fields as needed, and also make fields optional or required when users are on that desired page.

One or more custom fields can be added to the following pages: Time Entry, Expense Entry, Client Details, Project Details, Invoice Details, and the User Information tab. These custom fields can be configured to allow you to select a date, enter text or numbers, select from your list of clients or users, or a completely unique list of custom-defined options.

With this new update, your custom fields can all be managed from one place, allowing you quick and easy access to review and update components of this feature.

Tracking the right metrics is the cornerstone of good analytics. Custom Fields are the perfect solution for more flexible content and allows you to take control over your data. You can upgrade to the Enterprise plan under your Settings – Subscription tab to take advantage of this feature!

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Written by Patrick Vernallis

Patrick Vernallis

Patrick is a Product Specialist at Bill4Time. He collaborates with a team of fellow product specialists that help clients achieve success through streamlined processes for time tracking, invoicing and payments.

2 responses to “Updated Custom Fields Available!”

  1. Laura says:

    Will this data be available on the corresponding exports?

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