TimeSolv Press Release
Task To-Do Lists Now Available in TimeSolv Application
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Eagan, MN July 11, 2018 – TimeSolv, a leading provider of web-based software for legal billing and timekeeping, released an update featuring the ability for law firms to create task to-do lists with the added capability of creating time entries against them.
This new feature allows users to create quick to-do lists for each individual user. This helps users prioritize their work through a systemized and organized list. It is easier to track the progress of tasks when to-do lists are marked as completed, and the remainder of the tasks are visible in a simplified list.
If users need a more detailed project plan to help determine the most comprehensive workflow, these can be created under the project plans. Goals can be created by setting up milestones to track the success and progress path of a project and to clearly communicate with clients regarding detailed assessments.
TimeSolv’s platform allows users to effortlessly translate all the legal project task to-do list details into time entries to offload repetitive work and save users additional time.
TimeSolv CEO Raza Hasan explains the benefits of this new feature: “The to-do list facilitates the proactive planning of tasks for each day. Productivity increases when work is planned because timekeepers know what is expected of them every day. By prioritizing and managing tasks more effectively, timekeepers become accountable for their workload targets.”
TimeSolv helps lawyers and other professionals increase their billable time and get paid faster. TimeSolv is the most comprehensive, yet easy-to-use cloud time and expense billing software proven since 1999 with over $5.5 billion billed. TimeSolv can be used offline and online. Data can sync bidirectionally between TimeSolv and QuickBooks. Compatible with PCs and Macs, iPad and other tablets, iPhones and Android App. TimeSolv is headquartered in Eagan, Minnesota.