"Billable" as Default and DevOps Server 2019 Support in 4.23 - 7pace
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Published:Feb 13, 2019

“Billable” as Default and DevOps Server 2019 Support in 4.23

A great new add to 7pace Timetacker’s latest release, 4.23, is the ability to now set “Billable” as the default for all your worklogs! You’ll find this new setting under the “Configuration” tab of 7pace Timetracker. With the “Billable as Default” checkbox enabled under Settings -> Timetracker System Settings, every new worklog will be logged as billable (billable time = period length).

Check “Billable By Default” to set all worklogs as billable throughout 7pace Timetracker

We’ve also added the total number of billable hours for each budget to the “Budgets” page.

“Billable” hours now display on the “Budgets” page

Also in 4.23, good news – DevOps Server 2019 support and icons for 7pace timetracker pages have been added (on-premise):

Compatible icons display next to each 7pace Timetracker page

Under the “Configuration” tab, “Activity check” settings were moved from “System Settings” to “Time Tracking” -> “Personal Settings”. This is no longer just an administrator function, and now all users of 7pace Timetracker have the ability to enable the “Activity check on time tracking” setting themselves.

This new release includes a fix for the following error in “Times Explorer” that was appearing when the Service Account was configured with username and password (on-premise): “Your user or Service Account user does not have enough permissions to perform calls to TFS API. Please check permissions.”

For the full list of improvements, fixes, and details in Timetracker 4.23 and all other releases, please check out our release articles here: https://support.7pace.com/hc/en-us/sections/115000080746-Release-History

You can download the latest release of 7pace Timetracker for TFS/DevOps Server here: https://www.7pace.com/download

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