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I've watched the tutorials and how it looks on the screen is different for how it appears to me:

When I start either a new project or task, in the video, the time stamp comes up for the user to select. On the version I downloaded yesterday, there is no timestamp unless I go up to the menu and pull down Edit.

There must be a way to get each task and project to automatically have a drop down menu or space to input the time stamp. What am I doing wrong?

Thank you,
Sounds like you need View->Columns->(date type)
Originally Posted by whpalmer4 View Post
Sounds like you need View->Columns->(date type)
It also sounds like I need to read the manual in full before posting. ;-)

Thank you.

I've been using the folder method for years. The computer version is a bit overwhelming at first. I was lazy and bit frustrated and posted to quickly.


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