Managing the Timesheet periods

If you're tracking progress by hours per day or per week, the project server administrator can restrict when actuals can be entered in the team members' Timesheet.

Locking the Timesheet periods ensures that team members can report hours only for current time periods, and not for time periods in the past or future. Locking the Timesheet peri ods contributes to the integrity of progress information being submitted by team members. Furthermore, if your organization is exporting the Project Server timesheet data to your accounting or general ledger system, locking the Timesheet periods that have already been exported becomes essential.

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