Start by enabling Timesheets in Hive Apps, by clicking on Apps shown here!
Toggle on "Timesheets" and click the pushpin in the corn of the app to pin it to your left-hand panel.
Filling out your timesheet
First, select the week you would like to add time for.
To add time to your timesheet, you must first select the project you will be entering time against. To do so, click the + Add new button and search for the appropriate project.
Next, add in the appropriate hours for each day you worked on that project. you will see the weekly total hours for that project under Total on the right.
The top number is hours you have logged and the bottom number is hours you were resourced for.
Note: The resourced hours will show on your timesheet at the Total if you have been allocated on a project in the Resourcing App of Hive.
If your organization is using Time Categories to segment and classify your hours worked, you will add each category and log time in the row of the category. If there is no category for time, you will just input any time logged for the project on the "No category" row. Use the '+' icon next to the project name to select the category
You can also see the total hours logged for each day at the bottom of the columns for the days.
Tip: To save some time, you can select the option to pre-fill cells with your allocated hours or time recorded on action cards (depending on which source your workspace has selected in Timesheets settings).
Submit your timesheet
Once you have filled in your timesheet for the week, you will submit the timesheet for approval using the Submit for approval button. Your Timesheet will route for approval to whoever is listed as your manager in Your Profile.
View submitted hours
Once your approver has either approved or required changes to your timesheet, you will see all activity on your timesheets in the Approvals Log.
Once the timesheet is approved, it will be locked from editing. If your manager has rejected your initial submission, you will need to correct your entries and submit once more.