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 dashboard or by clicking the Task icon on the left navigation pane of Zola Suite.
Then, click the three vertical dots to the right of whatever task you want to create a time entry for
You will then see the "Create Time Entry" as an option, this will then prompt the "New Time Entry" modal for your review and approval.
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 ...
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 Split Billing and How Do I Use It?
Split Billing allows you to divide the invoiced amount for services and expenses on a singular matter between multiple parties. First, make sure Split Billing is enabled on the Matter-Level. This can be done when you are creating the matter under ...
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 ...
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 ...
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