How to use titra

Add/Edit project

Navigation and project creation

Top bar navigation [1] At the moment, titra has three selection options:

– Track – opens the time tracking view.
– Overview – opens the project overview with histogram and pie chart.
– Details – opens the table view with detailed information and filter possibilities.

SettingsDropdown [2]
contains following sections: ProfileSettings and About

New Project [3] Adds a new project and opens its options.

How to set up the new project

First click on the New project button [3]. The settings page will be opened.

The project will not be created until the settings are saved for the first time.

Add a Name for your project.

Add a project Description.

Set a custom Color to the project. Click colored button to open the color picker.

Add a Customer to the project.

Set a Rate($/hour) to the project. For example: 102.45 per tracked hour. Cost unit can be changed in the Settings.

Set a Target/Budget to the project. For example: 25000 hours.

Press Save to create the Project. The project settings can be adjusted at any time.

Access rights

The Access rights are displayed after saving. Add colleagues or co-workers to give them access to the project. Type in the e-mail of your contact and press the Add button. Repeat the process to add more contacts.

To grant access to all users enable the check box ☑ Public project (visible to all users) ⤵

Edit an existing project

Edit your existing project by clicking Edit in the Overview section.
Keep in mind, this option is only available if you own the project or have access rights.


Once you have added the tasks to your projects you will get additional information on the Overview page. ↓

Use the calendar to get a monthly overview. Select a date by click. ↓


Use the Details view to get a better overview and more options. The task will be displayed in tables with filter, search, export/import, share and edit options. ↓

Profile Settings

User Profile


The name you specify in your name field will be your display name on Titra. It can be changed at any time.
For example: “Emmett Brown”


lor code or select one with the color picker – to do so click on the colored field. for example: #3C95C0

Upload custom avatar

Select the Browse… button to open your file-explorer. Choose a picture and confirm.

Reset avatar

Select Reset to remove your current avatar. Now you can choose another avatar or a colour.

Change password

As soon as you select the change password button, a new form opens with three password fields. To change the password, enter your current password and then your new password twice. Click Update your password to confirm.


Select the Logout, to logout and close the session.

User interface


Titra has a darkmode. Choose the mode you want.

  1. Auto detect
  2. Light
  3. Dark

Auto detect uses the mode of your operating system – check browser compatibility here

Time tracking

How to keep track and track time.

After creating a project, you will get an overview of the project and other options.

Each project has its own Project information panel displaying information and progress. In this case, we initially see only a small amount of information. This changes as soon as we start to track time. ↓

Select the Track button to track time on this project.

Select the Details button to open the details for this project.

Select the Edit button to open the project settings. (Project Owner only)

Select the Archive button to archive the project. (Project Owner only)

Lets start to track time.

First of all – titra uses 3 main views to track time.
You can use all of these three views, or just one. If you are someone who enters his times every day, we recommend the day view. If you are someone who enters their hours at the end of the week, we recommend the weekly view. Choose your most convenient input method.

▷ Day view
▷ Week view
▷ Month view

Day View

Select Track on the top main navigation or on the project panel of your desired project. The time recording view shows up. ↓

The date section can be controlled in different ways. You can choose between DayMonth and Week. If Day is selected you can select a day by clicking on the indicator buttons left and right or clicking on the previous or following day. For example: Wed, 19.01.2020.

By clicking the highlighted date in the middle, you can type in a date or select the calendar button to pick a date.

Select a project from the Project selection.
Cick the Info-Button on the right to open the Project Description

Choose existing or type in a new task by clicking in the task textbox.
Use the List-Button to the right, to show all available tasks.

Type in the time for the task into the workingtime textbox.

Use the Start time track button to stop your working time. ⏱

After saving you will get an overview of all tasks of the selected date. Click on the arrow to expand the view. It shows you all the tasks of the selected day.

From there you can Edit or Delete a existing task.↓

It is also possible to calculate your Workingtime ? ↓
e.g. type in 0.2+0.8+3+4 and press save – In this case, an 8-hour task is added

Week view

Select the week tab to show the week view. The week view is perfect for fast paste. By selecting the arrow next to the project name you can collapse down all tasks inside the project.

Now you can track your weekly work time on one page.
Click on an input field in the table to enter your working time or select
+ New line to add another task.

Month view

If you want a detailed calendar month view, select the month tab.

In the calendar, click an existing task or an empty area of ​​a day to edit or create a time. You can also drag projects onto a date to track the time.

Select a project from the Project selection.

Choose existing or type in a new task by clicking in the task textbox.

Type in the time for the task into the workingtime textbox.
Press Save to add the time for a task to the project.

Check the ? overview article
to see how your tracked time can be viewed.

User Settings

Global settings

Cost Unit

Enter a symbol of a currency or similar. It adds the symbol behind the value of the turnover.

the most used currency symbols: $ ¥ £ € ¢ ¤

Decimal precision

With this setting you can regulate the number of decimal places for time values. It defines the number of digits after the comma. We recommend 2 decimal places.

for example: 2 = .00 [450.00h] and 4 = .0000 [450.0000h]

Time tracking

Default track time view

Choose between DayMonth and Week – presets the standard view for time tracking. “Day” shows the day tracking view and “Month” shows a calendar of the current month. Preset Week shows an entire selected week with all of your projects to which you are assigned. So you can enter the time faster and at the same time have a good overview

Time unit

Choose between Days and Hours – If Days is selected, a new option becomes available – Hours per day

Hours per day

Enter the number of hours per day – for example: 1 working day = 8 hours

Daily start of working time

Enter the time you start to work every day – for example: 08:00

Daily break time

Enter the time when your break start every day – for example: 12:00 (for Lunch)

Default break duration (in hours)

Enter the duration of your break – for example: 1 = 60 minutes / 0.1 = 30 minutes

Regular work time

Enter the number of hours you work per day – for example: 1 Day = 8 Hours


titra API token

Enter a API token

Enable the Wekan integration?

Tutorial for Wekan integration for Titra

Siwapp URL

Enter a Siwapp URL.

Siwapp API Token

Generate your security token in you siwapp web application, on the ‘My Account/API Token’ section.