Syncing time logs with invoicing apps

Because you shouldn't have to switch back and forth between your invoicing and time tracking tool of choice as you're working on your project, we've added integrations with some popular apps. We provide integrations with:

Integrating with Freckle

You'll need 3 things from your Freckle account: your "subdomain", your username, and your "token". To get them,  log into your Freckle account.

Navigate to the "Integrations and Apps" section, click the "Freckle API" tab, and then click the "Api v1 Token" "Settings" button.

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Click "click to reveal" to reveal your token:

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You should already know your Freckle username, which is the email address you log into Freckle with, and your subdomain is part of the freckle URL when you log in: it's the part between "https://" and ".letsfreckle.com/...".

With those three things in hand, you'll go back to Planscope, go to your account in Planscope (click your profile avitar in the upper right hand corner of any screen, and choose Settings).

Then go to "Integrations" and choose "Freckle" from the dropdown. Enter your subdomain, username and token there. Then click "Link my account". After a few seconds, you should see a message that your accounts are now linked.

Freckle_integration

To finish the integration, go the project(s) in Planscope you want to log time against and click the "Manage" tab.

Project_settings

There, you'll choose which Freckle project to log time to. That's it!

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Now when you start and stop a timer in Planscope, you'll see the time logged in Freckle, under the "#administration" tag.

Integrating with Harvest

Setting up Harvest is pretty simple, thanks to OAuth. Go to your account in Planscope (click your profile avitar in the upper right hand corner of any screen, and choose Settings).

Then go to "Integrations" and choose "Harvest" from the dropdown. Then click "Link my account".

Harvest_integration

You'll be redirected to either a form to create an account or login if you aren't already logged into Harvest:

Harvest_login

If you're already logged into Harvest, they'll ask you for permission to share data with Planscope. Click "Approve".

Harvest_approve

To finish the integration, go the project(s) in Planscope you want to log time against and click the "Manage" tab.

Project_settings

There, you'll choose which Harvest project and which default Harvest task to log time to. That's it!

Harvest_integration2

Now when you start and stop a timer in Planscope, you'll see the time logged in Harvest, under the Project and Task you chose.

See also:  control where time gets logged in a more granular way.

Integrating with Toggl

You'll need your API Token from your Toggl account. To get it,  log into your Toggl account.

Navigate to your Toggl profile, and at the bottom of the page, you'll see your API Token.

Toggl_profile

With your Toggl API Token in hand, you'll go back to Planscope, go to your account in Planscope (click your profile avitar in the upper right hand corner of any screen, and choose Settings).

Then go to "Integrations" and choose "Toggl" from the dropdown. Enter your API token there. Then click "Link my account". After a few seconds, you should see a message that your accounts are now linked.

Toggl_integration

To finish the integration, go the project(s) in Planscope you want to log time against and click the "Manage" tab.

Project_settings

There, you'll choose which Toggl project to log time to. That's it!

Toggl_integration2

Now when you start and stop a timer in Planscope, you'll see the time logged in Toggl, under the Project you selected.

Integrating with Paydirt

You'll need your API Token from your Paydirt account. To get it,  log into your Paydirt account.

Navigate to your Paydirt "Settings" area, then click the "Password" link under the "Me" section and you'll see your API Token on the far right side under "Your API Key"

Paydirt_api_token

With your Paydirt API Token in hand, you'll go back to Planscope, go to your account in Planscope (click your profile avitar in the upper right hand corner of any screen, and choose Settings).

Then go to "Integrations" and choose "Paydirt" from the dropdown. Enter your API token there. Then click "Link my account". After a few seconds, you should see a message that your accounts are now linked.

Paydirt_integration

To finish the integration, go the project(s) in Planscope you want to log time against and click the "Manage" tab.

Project_settings

There, you'll choose which Paydirt project and default task to log time to. That's it!

Paydirt_integration2

Now when you start and stop a timer in Planscope, you'll see the time logged in Paydirt, under the Project and task you selected.

See also:  control where time gets logged in a more granular way.

Integrating with Freeagent

Setting up FreeAgent is pretty simple, thanks to OAuth. Go to your account in Planscope (click your profile avitar in the upper right hand corner of any screen, and choose Settings).

Then go to "Integrations" and choose "FreeAgent" from the dropdown. Then click "Link my account".

Freeagent_integration

You'll be redirected to a login form:

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Then FreeAgent will ask you for permission to share data with Planscope. Click "Approve".

Freeagent_approve

To finish the integration, go the project(s) in Planscope you want to log time against and click the "Manage" tab.

Project_settings

There, you'll choose which FreeAgent project and which default FreeAgent task to log time to. That's it!

Freeagent_integration2

Now when you start and stop a timer in Planscope, you'll see the time logged in FreeAgent, under the Project and Task you chose. The Planscope task name will show up in the Comments field of the task you've chosen.

See also:  control where time gets logged in a more granular way.

Integrating with Freshbooks

Setting up Freshbooks is pretty simple, thanks to OAuth. Go to your account in Planscope (click your profile avitar in the upper right hand corner of any screen, and choose Settings).

Then go to "Integrations" and choose "Freshbooks" from the dropdown. Then type in your Freshbooks subdomain (that's the part of the URL between "https://" and ".freshbooks.com"). Then click "Link my account".

Freshbooks_integration

You'll be redirected to an approval form (you might have to log in, first), where Freshbooks will ask you for permission to share data with Planscope. Click "Approve".

Freshbooks_approve

To finish the integration, go the project(s) in Planscope you want to log time against and click the "Manage" tab.

Project_settings

There, you'll choose which Freshbooks project and which default Freshbooks task to log time to. That's it!

Freshbooks_integration2

Now when you start and stop a timer in Planscope, you'll see the time logged in Freshbooks, under the Project and Task you chose. The Planscope task name will show up in Freshbooks' Notes field of the task you've chosen.

Integrating with mite

First, you'll need to know 2 things from Mite: your "subdomain" and your "api key". If you don't know it already,  log into your mite account. You'll find what you need under the "Account" tab in Mite.

The subdomain will be in the "Account" section.

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The API key will be under the My User section (make sure the "Allow API Access" box is checked), then "Save" then "Show API Key".

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With those two things, you'll go back to Planscope, go to your account in Planscope (click your profile picture in the upper right hand corner of any screen, and choose Settings).

Then go to "Integrations" and choose "Mite" from the dropdown. Enter your subdomain and api key there. Then click "Link my account". After a few seconds, you should see a message that your accounts are now linked.

Mite_integration

To finish the integration, go the project(s) in Planscope you want to log time against and click the "Manage" tab.

Project_settings

There, you'll choose which Mite project and "service" (or "default task"). That's it!

Now when you start and stop a timer in Planscope, you'll see the time logged in mite, under the service you chose as the default.

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See also:  control where time gets logged in a more granular way.