Adding up your worked hours manually, specially when it's printed or recorded on a timesheet 📝, can be a hectic work. Some even use timecards to time-in and time-out from work or anything that's related to recording the time spent on something. Using this Timesheet Calculator, you can easily compute the total hours from a timesheet.
How to Use The Timesheet Calculator
From what a timesheet looks like, you can just enter the time in and time out, add a row or delete one and compute the total hours and minutes. Here's a step by step guide on how to use the Timesheet Calculator above.
- 1. In the Time In column, enter the an hour on 'HH' input (e.g. 5 or 11). Make sure it's in a 12-hour format (from 1 - 12 hours).
- 2. Enter the corresponding minutes on 'MM' input on the same row if applicable.
- 3. Repeat this process on the Time Out column, make sure you enter the right timein and timeout hours and minutes on the same row if it's on the same day.
- 4. The beauty of this calculator is that you can add a day (row) by clicking on Add Row button or delete any row by clicking the corresponding '🗙' button.
- 5. Click on Compute button to get the total hours and minutes. Subtotal can be found at the end of each row. 60 minutes is equivalent to 1 hour, so it is automatically added to the total hours and subtracted from total minutes.
- ✅ Automatically calculate salary based on hourly rate.
- ✅ Add breaktime reduction option.
There is also a usable version of this timesheet which gives more functionalities and options, you can check out this Timesheet Calculator.