We will demonstrate how to allow entering times directly from a pivot table.
In this example, we can see a time entry in table form which allows you to demonstrate time entry by date, by time spent, associated with the project and by the person in the team.
A new time entry directly from a form will allow me to create a new data directly by associating it with the project and indicating the time spent.
A new line is created.
Again, with the date, the time spent, the associated project and the team member.
I will now demonstrate how to allow the creation of this information directly from a pivot table.
To do this, I will create a new view that I will call :
I will allow to select directly "View Modes", "Pivot View" and directly configure the elements of my table by the projects, the dates and the time spent.
Here I see all my projects in a table, with each of the dates allowing me to have the synthesis of my elements.
In this case, I cannot enter data because my data is not editable.
To allow this I just have to go back to it, to make it editable the data in my table and thus update my information.
Here, by simply entering my data, I directly feed the time entry in the same way as before with the form.
If I go back to my "Default View", I can see here the creation of my new time entries that were well associated directly with my project.