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Often, one of the real-life scenarios is making time entries by either remembering what you did the whole week or looking at the Schedule Board and based on what you were booked, making each Time Entry in PSA manually.
Tiresome and inefficient, right? Not any more, a cool feature let’s you just create Time Entries in PSA v3 by a single click.
Now, let’s say your Bookings look like the below. I’m booked on 2 projects across the week.
And now let’s see how we import these.
Works like a breeze!
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