Work Time Studio Screenshots: Standard Interface

Work Time Studio's interface consists mainly of three different primary docking panes, with several secondary docking panes. The primary windows also have their own sub-panes. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, many screenshots are presented below, to give you a good impression of Work Time Studio's interface. Pictures can only do so much, however, so please take a minute to download Work Time Studio to see how you can start managing your workload more effectively.

Work Time Studio's Skins and Themes

The sample images below show how you can configure Work Time Studio's look and feel, by selecting different skins and themes that's available. You can even download skins from popular sites over the internet, and use them in Work Time Studio. You can mix and match the available themes with the different skins to give you a countless amount of variations. These screen shots will also give you a good understanding of Work Time Studio's interface as a whole.

Activity Tree

The Activity Tree is one of the three primary panes in Work Time Studio. The Activity Tree allows you to enter, organize, and maintain WorkItems. You can also enter your own notes for any of the WorkItems with the full functional RTF editor in the WorkItem Notes sub-pane. The other sub-pane of the Activity Tree pane, the WorkItem Properties pane, displays all the properties of the selected WorkItem.

Activity Calendar

The Activity Calendar is one of the three primary panes in Work Time Studio. The Activity Calendar allows you to enter, organize, and maintain WorkItem Intervals. The Activity Calendar offers many selection criteria and filters so you can easily and effectively find just the interval or group of intervals you're interested in. Various types of editing tools are available for you to perform different operations on the intervals, such as cutting, copying, deleting, merging, editing, and more. Clicking on an interval allows you to view all the information available for that interval in one of Activity Calendar's sub-panes. Other sub-panes allow you to filter the intervals by their WorkItem, and allow you to select a specific date or date range quickly and easily.

Report View

The Report View is one of the three primary panes in Work Time Studio. The Report View allows you to design and generate various reports in Work Time Studio. There are many report options, properties and formats to choose from, and the combinations are endless, allowing you to create reports that are customize to your specific needs. Then, after designing and customizing your reports, you can save them as report templates, which are ready to execute at any time on the same date range, or on a different date range. You can even add your own html markup to your reports, to customize your reports for billing, invoicing, advertising, or any other use. Add your own report styles to further customize the look and feel of your reports, and apply those styles to any other reports you create. As you can see, the reporting capabilities in Work Time Studio are very flexible and will bring out the creative side of you.

Secondary Panes

The secondary panes in Work Time Studio provide extra functionality and ease of use. Work Time Studio provides three secondary panes.

  • Quick Tree Pane
  • Prioritizer Pane
  • Interval History Pane

The Quick Tree is very similar to the Activity Tree, but doesn't contain all the available columns which are included in the Activity Tree. It primary purpose is to provide an additional interface to your WorkItems. All actions that can be performed in the Activity Tree, like adding, editing WorkItems, can be performed in the Quick Tree.

The Prioritizer gives you a very powerful way to prioritize your workload. Using the Prioritizer, you can determine which of your WorkItems need the most attention at the current time. To help you make this determination, the Prioritizer allows you to filter and sort the WorkItems in a variety of ways, allowing you to plainly see what needs attention now.

The Interval History pane provides an alternate way to view your interval history. Like the Activity Calendar, the Interval History pane allows you to filter the history in a variety of ways, but lists the interval history in a tree/list rather than on a calendar. You can perform many of the same actions in the Interval History pane as you can in the Activity Calendar, such as adding, editing, merging, and deleting intervals.