We are happy to announce the availability of the new Worksnaps API documentation. As you might know, Worksnaps APIs have been available for more than 3 years. Many customers are utilizing the APIs to do useful and interesting things such as generating customized report, integrating with internal accounting system, embedding Worksnaps time tracking into their…
We are making a change to our API URL entry point. Before you might be using https://www.worksnaps.net/api or https://www.worksnaps.info/api to access Worksnaps API. Now you are required to issue API requests to https://api.worksnaps.com/api which is served by a new server dedicating to handling API requests. For example, if you want to retrieve all your projects, the API invocation…
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When you work with remote contractors, many things might catch you by surprises. For example, your contractor lose her internet connection and cannot get online. This does happen more often than yo...
One of the most common requirements from our customers is to be able to set a limit on how much time a contractor can work each week. This allows them to allocate the workload and control the budget. Now Worksnaps has provided flexible ways for you to do that. You can now set a weekly limit in number of hours for a project and/or a weekly limit for a user.
In many cases, the owner of a Worksnaps account is also the person who manages projects and places users into the projects. In other cases, an account owner might not be the same person who manages projects and users. For example, a finance manager creates a Worksnaps account and sets up the payment for the service,…
Here is how to delegate managing projects to another user on Worksnaps.
In order to streamline support requests and better serve you, we utilized a support ticket system. Every support request is assigned a unique ticket number which you can use to track the progress and responses online. For your reference we provide complete archives and history of all your support requests.
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