Can I Stop the Timer on New Emails?
To get started, assign the email you are about to compose to a matter using the dropdown menu. The timer will start. Depending on your personal preferences in "My Settings," the time entry may open for you to review when you click "Send."
If you'd like to pause the timer, click the pause button (two vertical lines). Once paused, the icon will change to a play button which you can click to resume the timer.
If you'd like to cancel the timer completely, click the X. This will remove the timer from the email and no time entry will be saved when the email is sent.
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 ...
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 ...
Time Entry Rules
CARET Legal offers the ability to limit Time Entries from using pre-selected words that may cause the invoice to be rejected. In many areas of law, most frequently with corporate clients or during the LEDES upload process, bills are scanned and will ...
What Is the Difference Between Actual Time and Billable Time?
The time that you enter into Zola Suite is called actual time. If you are billing using an increment, billable time will be the amount of time you bill your client once it has been rounded up using your increment. For instance, you work on drafting ...
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 ...
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