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By using the various categories in the Actions pane, you can accomplish
many things, including entering the hours you have spent on tasks, viewing
project information, getting reminders of what is coming due (or is overdue),
and communicating with other resources on your project.
For information about the features of Project Web Access that are useful to a
project manager, see Chapter 18.
Reporting Work Completed
Okay, put aside your project manager hat (if you have one) and imagine for a
moment that you’re working on a project team. Your project manager — I’ll
call him Milt — has assigned you to tasks, and you have deadlines (way too
many in your humble opinion) to meet.
The Timesheet feature (which you access through Project Web Access)
enables you to view your tasks and enter information about the actual time
you spent on them. Milt can check your timesheet (as shown in Figure 19-2)
and track progress automatically.
Here’s how to get to Timesheet view:
1. Display the main Project Web Access page for your project.
2. Click the Timesheet Center link in the Actions pane.