You use Office 365, and you use TimeSolv. Isn’t it time to use them together? With its new Office 365 integration, TimeSolv helps you spend less time entering data and switching between applications and more time on what’s important to you. You’ll easily be able to enter your time through your Outlook email and calendar with just a few clicks.
Simply download the TimeSolv add-on for Office 365 to start. Once installed, click on the top right dots to open the TimeSolv integration. A time entry box will open where you’ll be able to start automatically tracking the time you’re spending on emails, or manually enter time later for any matter you’d like. You’ll also be able to link your time to a specific client or file, list the bill type, and enter a description for that time entry.
Once the entry is saved, it automatically syncs with TimeSolv and that matter file so you won’t have to enter time twice.
You’re also able to automatically track calendar events as billable time when you create that event from Outlook. Just click on “New Event,” then “More Options” to access TimeSolv. From there, the same TimeSolv box opens with the event creation box so you can set appointments and track your time simultaneously.
To help you save even more time, TimeSolv’s abbreviations function is also available within Outlook. The abbreviation function allows you to create a list of custom abbreviations, either for yourself or your firm, so you’ll only need to enter a few letters, hit the spacebar and have TimeSolv auto-fill the rest. And if you forget any of the abbreviations you created, just hover over the document icon for your list to pop up. After all, who wants to type out “Conference Call with Client” when you can just type “cc”?
How to Get It
TimeSolv is a cloud-based software well-suited for attorneys seeking a straight-forward yet comprehensive time tracking, billing, and document management solution. To learn more about TimeSolv, its new Office 365 Integration, or to start a free 30-day free trial, visit TimeSolv.com today!
Last updated March 5th, 2020