In Streamtime you can assign particular tasks a billable or non billable status. So when a staff member puts time against those tasks it will automatically default to billable or non billable in their time entry depending on the status you've assigned.
You might like to use this as an option when you create internal admin Tasks.
Currently when you open a job it can be assigned a billable or non billable status. A tick in the Billable box represents a billable job, no tick represents a non billable job
When a Job has a billable status all tasks you assign to the job will also be given a billable status
Likewise if a job is set to a non billable status then the tasks assigned will also be non billable
However you can pick and choose which tasks within the job you wish to be billable or non billable by simply clicking in the Bill column.
A tick in the column means a task is billable, no tick means it's non billable.
In the example above there is a task for Client Amends 1 which is non billable:
So when the staff member enters their time against that task, the task defaults to Non Billable
When you check the time and materials for that task in Jobs > Costs, you will see that the time is marked as non billable
In that same example the Design task was billable so when a staff member enters their time against that task, the task will be considered Billable
When you check the time and materials for that task you will see that the time is marked as billable
When you check the Time and Materials tab within Job Invoicing you will also be able to clearly see which time was billable and which time was non billable
Some of our reports in Live Reporting also use the billable and non billable time entries in their calculations.
The Timesheet Billable vs Non Billable Summary (seen above) is a good example.