Can I edit a Time Entry created from an event?
When scheduling an upcoming event, you have the option to generate a time entry with the event. It’s important to note that this time entry is only created after the end time for the scheduled event.
Once the time entry has been automatically created, you can manually edit the details (duration, description, etc) right through the “Time” section of the control panel.
If the event details are changed before the occurrence of the event, the changes will be reflected in the time entry that is created.
Can I Edit or Delete Invoiced Time Entries?
Zola Suite allows you to generate invoices from existing Time Entries and Expenses, which are considered "Unbilled Activity." Once the bill is created from that activity, the status will be marked as "Invoiced," and you will no longer see the edit or ...
Quick Ways to Capture Time
If you are getting paid for time spent, then it goes without saying, if you aren’t billing for your time, you are leaving money on the table. Zola Suite has several nifty ways to capture your time: Convert a Calendar entry to a Time Entry when ...
How Do I Make a Time Entry for My Task?
In Zola Suite you have the ability to easily create a Time Entry for any completed Task. Follow the below directions to learn how to create a time entry for a task: First navigate to the task section of Zola Suite. This can be done through your ...
How Can I Edit The Privacy Status of an Event?
When an event is designated as a “private event”, your colleagues will be able to see that you have an appointment but the corresponding details will not be visible. When an event is made private, you will also have the option to select an ...
Can I Turn Off Automatic Time Entries For Emails?
By default, Zola Suite starts a timer automatically when you draft an email associated with a matter and then generates a Time Entry for each message. However, you also have the ability to review and edit the Time Entry prior to saving it or turn the ...
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