Commit c8be1e92 authored by Marcia Ramos's avatar Marcia Ramos 👀

Update time tracking doc

- CORE ONLY badge
- Link 'introduced in' note
- Inline linking
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## How to enter data
Time Tracking uses two [quick actions] that GitLab introduced with this new
feature: `/spend` and `/estimate`.
Time Tracking uses two [quick actions](../user/project/quick_actions.md)
that GitLab introduced with this new feature: `/spend` and `/estimate`.
Quick actions can be used in the body of an issue or a merge request, but also
in a comment in both an issue or a merge request.
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Default conversion rates are 1mo = 4w, 1w = 5d and 1d = 8h.
### Limit displayed units to hours
### Limit displayed units to hours **(CORE ONLY)**
> Introduced in GitLab 12.1.
> [Introduced](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/merge_requests/29469/) in GitLab 12.1.
The display of time units can be limited to hours through the option in **Admin Area > Settings > Preferences** under 'Localization'.
In GitLab self-managed instances, the display of time units can be limited to
hours through the option in **Admin Area > Settings > Preferences** under **Localization**.
With this option enabled, `75h` is displayed instead of `1w 4d 3h`.
## Other interesting links
- [Time Tracking landing page on about.gitlab.com](https://about.gitlab.com/solutions/time-tracking/)
[quick actions]: ../user/project/quick_actions.md
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