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Timesheet approval and locking entries

You have a team to manage. Maybe it’s only 3 or 4 people. Maybe you’re leading projects in three different departments and have 46 folks that should be logging time in Noko every day. Regardless of crew size, you need everyone to log their time consistently. You also need to make sure that tags are appropriate for each part of [...]

Thomas FuchsThomas Fuchs

Week Numbers for European Noko Users

If you’re one of the many European Noko users out there, you’ve probably asked yourself one or all of these questions about America. Why can’t Americans drive manual cars? Why on Earth doesn’t America use the Metric System? Why is it so hard to get week numbers in my calendar apps? All very valid questions.  All deserving [...]

Devon KreiderDevon Kreider

Noko is More Fun with Avatars

We love finding new ways to make tracking your time feel a little less like work, and more like fun. And really, what’s more fun than personalizing your account with an awesome avatar? Okay, in all seriousness though, using avatars can be insanely helpful for your team. Teams who use avatars in their account find that: it’s [...]

Devon KreiderDevon Kreider

New Invoice Summaries and Breakdowns

After months of some serious training, including a sprint through the streets of south Philly and up the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum, Noko invoices are ready to make their 2015 debut. Cue Rocky music. The Summary breakdown of your Noko invoices is better than ever before.  It’s even better looking than before! You can now [...]

Devon KreiderDevon Kreider

Sharing is Caring

Growing up I constantly heard the phrase, “sharing is caring“. With four kids all at different ages it was probably the number one repeated phrase in our house.  That and, “don’t make me come back there“, during absolutely every car ride. As I got older I really did want to share my things with everyone at the [...]

Devon KreiderDevon Kreider