Published:Aug 28, 2019

Activity Type Can Be Set as Required in 4.35

In 7pace Timetrackers latest release, 4.35, a new rule, “Require an Activity Type”, was added in the “Settings” -> “Rules” section.

With “Require an Activity Type” enabled, you can start tracking or add/edit time only if an Activity Type for the worklog is provided. Additionally, the default Activity Type is set to [Not set] with this rule enabled, to encourage users to select the correct Activity Type for the current time entry.

In 7pace Timetracker for DevOps Services (cloud), there is now an alternative way to authorize in our latest release: by Personal Access Token (PAT).

Also new to this release, licensed users who are added though User Management but haven’t signed into the 7pace Timetracker system yet, are now visible inside Timetracker (e.g. assigning to Approval Managers, assigning time, etc.).

On the “Approval” page dialog summary, we have implemented a fix in this release so that now the summary includes time tracked on the last day of each week.

For the full list of improvements, fixes, and details in Timetracker 4.35 and all other releases, our release articles can be found here:

You can download the latest release of 7pace Timetracker (on-prem) for DevOps Server here:


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