If your team is small – it is perfectly fine to manage each team member individually. But once your team grows to more than 5-10 members, they are easier to handle as separate groups. For example you can create groups “Designers”, “Programmers” or “Marketing”.
You can create group on the Team page:
Then you can run report for a Group instead of selecting each person individually:
If you are a manager and you are using Chrome or Firefox as your browser – these’s no need to go to ScreenshotMonitor.com just to see who is working on what any more. Install ScreenshotMonitor Chrome extension or ScreenshotMonitor Firefox extension and it will add a button to your browser like below:
The number on the button shows how many employees are currently active. And if you click it, it will show all of your employees, who is currently active, when they have worked last, what project and the task.
This article has a very small target audience. If you have a website where you help your customers find temporary remote employees like upwork.com or freelancer.com but smaller – this article is for you, otherwise you’d probably be better off reading about something else.