Time Cockpit Blog

In our next version we will add a new column types for bars to lists. We will support three different types of bars: DataBar, StackedDataBar and BulletGraph.  Read more ...


In this blog post we show you how to customize time cockpit so that project managers are notified via e-mail if a threshold of hours spent on a project is exceeded.  Read more ...


One of the key benefits of time cockpit is the customizability. A thing that is often requested but unfortunately still a bit difficult is hiding menu items depending on the current user.  Read more ...


When running time cockpit in Windows 8 the minimize, maximize, and close button is missing.  Read more ...


In the new version of time cockpit for winter 2012/2013 we will fix the display of overlapping time sheet entries. See screenshots of the new version.  Read more ...


Using just around 100 lines of code, basic customer master data can be imported from SharePoint to time cockpit. This can be achieved by using IronPython, the .net BCL and the SharePoint 2010 REST interface.  Read more ...


This sample shows how to import customers from Microsoft CRM into time cockpit using .NET (C#).  Read more ...


Extensibility is an important aspect of time cockpit and its underlying framework CoFX. In this article I share a training slide deck that I use in CoFX trainings to describe how to customize and extend lists and forms in time cockpit.  Read more ...


Time cockpit contains some powerful functions to export data to Microsoft Office Excel. Learn how you use this feature for reporting purposes.  Read more ...

Export to Microsoft Office Excel


With the new autumn release you can install time cockpit on your pc or access it online via your browser from any pc you like. It is your choice! No matter which version you prefer, time cockpit is always available for you.  Read more ...