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Timesheet Adjustment (Project Server 2010 settings)

Project Server 2010

Published: March 31, 2011

Occasionally, a resource identifies changes that must be made to a timesheet after the timesheet has been submitted and approved. In Microsoft Project Web App, people with the appropriate permissions can adjust timesheet data.

To adjust timesheets

  1. On the Quick Launch, in the Settings section, click Server Settings.

  2. On the Server Settings page, in the Time and Task Management section, click Timesheet Adjustment.

  3. Choose filter options to help you display the timesheet that you want to adjust:

    • Approved by me   Choose this option to display only timesheets that you have approved.

    • Available timesheets to adjust   Choose this option to display all timesheets available for adjustment.

    • My Resources’ Unsubmitted Timesheets   Choose this option to show all timesheets for resources assigned to your projects. This option may display a very long list of timesheets. You can use the options to the right of the line in the shaded filter section to narrow the list.

    • Date   Use this option in combination with Approved by me, Available timesheets to adjust, or My Resources’ Unsubmitted Timesheets. Select the Date check box, and then select whether you want to filter for a specific Fiscal Period, or a Custom Date Range.

    • Resources   Use this option in combination with Approved by me, Available timesheets to adjust, or My Resources’ Unsubmitted Timesheets. Select the Resources check box, and then select whether you want to filter for a specific Cost Center, a specific Resource Name, or both.

  4. Click Apply, on the far right side of the shaded filter section, to filter the list of timesheets by using the options that you selected.

  5. Click the name of the timesheet you want to adjust, in the Timesheet Name column. This opens the timesheet.

  6. Make adjustments to the timesheet, as necessary. Rows that you have adjusted appear as Not Submitted in the Process Status column, which indicates that the data for those rows was not submitted by the resource.

  7. On the Timesheet tab of the ribbon, in the Actions group, click Save.

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