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The fields below display on the Time Trackingsubtab only when you use the Project Managementfeature.NetSuite Basics
Working with CRM Tasks 174■Initial Time Budget– Enter your first estimate of the time this task requires. Later you canincrease or decrease your time estimate in the Current Time Budgetfield. By maintaining aninitial time estimate in this field, you can compare your initial estimate to your current estimate.If you entered a time estimate on a project task template, that amount shows in this field.■Current Time Budget– If your estimate of the time required by this task increases ordecreases from your original estimate, enter the revised estimate in this field.■Actual Time– This field shows the total amount of time entered against this task.■Time Remaining– This field shows the estimated remaining amount of time for this task. Timeremaining is calculated as (Initial Time Budget - Actual Time).If you have entered a Current Time Budgetamount to update your initial time budget, thenthe time remaining for the task is calculated as (Current Time Budget - Actual Time).■Percent Time Complete– This field shows the calculated total of work that has beencompleted to date in percent format. The percent complete is calculated as (Actual Time *100%) / Initial Time Budget.If you have entered a Current Time Budgetamount, then the percent complete is calculatedas follows (Actual Time * 100%) / Current Time Budget.■Percent Complete– Enter an estimate of how much of the total amount of work for this taskis already completed. For example, if half the work toward completion is done, enter 50%. Thepercentage you enter in this field overrides the auto-calculated figure in the Percent TimeCompletefield and is used for task calculations.3.Click New Time. A popup window opens with a new time entry form.4.Your name appears in the Employeefield. Depending on your role access, you can select anotheremployee if you are entering time for someone else.Note:For private tasks, only employees listed as assigned to the task can track timeagainst the task.5.Enter information for this time transaction.For more information about entering time for Time Tracking, see the help topic Entering a TimeTransaction.For more information about entering time for Timesheets, see the help topic Timesheets.6.Repeat this process to track time for additional customers or employees for this task.7.Click Save.For instructions on limiting employees' ability to enter time records, see the help topic RestrictingEmployee Time Tracking Entries . Employees can also use the Employee Center to track their time. Formore information, see the help topic Giving an Employee Access to Time Tracking.You can view employee time on the Reports page under the Time & Billables heading.