Commit 83af769f authored by Marcia Ramos's avatar Marcia Ramos 🏃 Committed by Achilleas Pipinellis

Update screenshot time tracking

Update "slash commands" to "quick actions"
parent 9cccc5fd
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# Time Tracking
> Introduced in GitLab 8.14.
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## Overview
Time Tracking lets you:
Time Tracking allows you:
- Record the time spent working on an issue or a merge request.
- Add an estimate of the amount of time needed to complete an issue or a merge
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Data about time tracking is shown on the issue/merge request sidebar, as shown
below.
![Time tracking in the sidebar](time-tracking/time-tracking-sidebar.png)
![Time tracking in the sidebar](time_tracking/img/time_tracking_sidebar_v8_16.png)
## How to enter data
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Below is an example of how you can use those new quick actions inside a comment.
![Time tracking example in a comment](time-tracking/time-tracking-example.png)
![Time tracking example in a comment](time_tracking/img/time_tracking_example_v12_2.png)
Adding time entries (time spent or estimates) is limited to project members.
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The following time units are available:
- months (mo)
- weeks (w)
- days (d)
- hours (h)
- minutes (m)
- Months (mo)
- Weeks (w)
- Days (d)
- Hours (h)
- Minutes (m)
Default conversion rates are 1mo = 4w, 1w = 5d and 1d = 8h.
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