Time tracking in motion

TSheets by QuickBooks is the top-rated mobile time clock app for small businesses going big places. Clock in and out in an instant from any iOS or Android device.

Work smarter with a timesheet app

  • Save your energy
    Don’t go chasing timesheets. Employees can clock in and out and submit time for payroll from their mobile devices.
  • Reduce errors
    Take the guesswork out of time tracking. Employees get notifications to clock in and out—no more missing or forgotten timesheets.
  • Work anywhere
    Track time and manage jobs anywhere with timesheets that go where you go. GPS provides workforce visibility from afar.

Make every minute mobile

Wrangling inaccurate, missing, and messy timesheets is an unnecessary hassle. Whether you’ve got employees in the office or at multiple locations, the TSheets mobile time clock app has what you need to manage time and process payroll in minutes. Track, review, and approve hours from anywhere.

Set up clock in and clock out reminders to eliminate guesswork and increase accountability. See who’s on the clock and where they’re working with GPS tracking. Then create, edit, and publish job or shift schedules from anywhere. Employees can even attach photos to their timesheets to show off their work or provide additional information from the job site.

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Time is money.
Make the most of both!

Businesses that use TSheets for time tracking report an average 6% reduction in payroll costs.*

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GPS tracking

  • Increased efficiency
    Coordinate and dispatch workers from anywhere with a bird’s-eye view of who’s working.
  • Powerful insights
    Get anytime access to location data stored with each employee’s time card.
  • No battery, data drain
    GPS tracking requires no more data or battery than the average social media app.
  • Dependable tech
    Even without Wi-Fi, TSheets tracks time and locations. Time data updates when a device is back online.

Track time and locations

The mobile timesheet app comes complete with GPS tracking. This feature notes an employee’s location when they clock in and updates throughout the day for a bird’s eye view of your workforce. Quickly see who’s clocked in and where they’re working without dropping everything to go find out.

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Friendly reminders with geofencing

Increase the accuracy of employee timesheets with geofencing. TSheets Geofencing makes it easier for employees to clock in as soon as they arrive at the job site. Employees receive a friendly reminder to clock in and clock out when they enter and leave a job site.

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Scheduling

  • Create schedules on the fly
    Draft and share employee schedules from anywhere.
  • Update and edit shifts
    Add or make changes to the schedule in an instant.
  • Keep teams in the loop
    Employees receive alerts when you create or update schedules.

Schedules that stay organized

When it comes to scheduling, communication is king. Create, edit, and publish employee schedules on the go, so shifts are always up to date. Teams get email or push notifications when a schedule is edited or published, reducing the number of emails, calls, and texts needed to keep everyone on the same page.

Set up clock in and clock out reminders to eliminate guesswork and increase accountability. See who’s on the clock and where they’re working with GPS tracking. Then create, edit, and publish job or shift schedules from anywhere. Employees can even attach photos to their timesheets to show off their work or provide additional information from the job site.

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Worth more than a thousand words

  • Speedy updates
    Quickly document the situation at hand.
  • Picture proof
    Time-stamped photos prove the work is done.
  • Enhance invoices
    Regular photo updates can add context to invoices.

Remote visibility on projects

Workers can attach photos to timesheets to show off work or provide additional information from the job site. With photo attachments, employees can show progress, illustrate a problem, or put a visual time stamp on a completed task or project.

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1 in 2 employees adds between 15 and 60 minutes to their timesheets

Time theft occurs when an employee is paid for any amount of time they haven’t actually worked. In some cases, an employee might intentionally pad their timesheet at the beginning or end of their shift. Other times, an employee might accidentally forget to clock out for a break. Either way, an independent survey of 1,000 employees found 49% admitted to time theft, with 46% adding between 15 and 60 minutes to their timesheets and 3% adding more than 60 minutes.**
If an employee isn’t sure exactly how much time they’ve worked in a day or shift (because they track time manually on spreadsheets or paper time cards), they will likely estimate their total time worked based on their schedule or simply round their times up or down.

Ending time theft could save you some serious cash

A few minutes here and there might seem harmless, but that time can add up. If 49% of the nation’s hourly employees—that’s 38 million people—added just 15 minutes a week to their timesheets, it would cost U.S. employers more than $11 billion a year.***
On the other hand, accurate-to-the-second, automated time tracking, like TSheets, ensures that employees are paid for every second worked, increases employee accountability, and makes it nearly impossible for time theft to occur—even accidentally.

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Track time, avoid timesheet errors, and save money with TSheets.
*Based on a survey of 924 businesses that use TSheets for payroll and report savings. On average, they report reducing the time it takes to run payroll by 3 hours and reducing gross payroll costs by 6% by increasing accuracy and reducing overpayments. TSheets conducted an internal survey in January 2018. 
 **In February 2017, TSheets commissioned PollFish to conduct a survey of 1,000 U.S workers aged 18+ about their time tracking habits. Questions included, “Typically, if you submit an incorrect timesheet, what is the margin of error?” Of the 957 respondents, 46% of employees said when they submit an incorrect timesheet, they will add between 15 and 60 minutes, and 3% said they added more than 60 minutes. 25% said they take between 15 and 60 minutes off their timesheet. The remainder said “not applicable.” 
 ***According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics: “In 2015, 78.2 million workers age 16 and older in the United States were paid at hourly rates” (source), and in the same year, the average hourly wage for hourly employees in the U.S. was $22.97 (source). According to data collected for TSheets by PollFish in February 2017, 49% of employees who track their time at work admit to time theft of 15 minutes or more. If 49% of the nation’s hourly employees added just 15 minutes each per weekly timesheet that’s ($5.74 x 38,000,000 employees) x 52 weeks = $11,347,180,000.