Bijingo User Guides
This page contains a directory of user guides available to our users.
Timesheet User Guides
The Timesheet Usage guide is directed at Bijingo users who record hours spent working on tasks that they are assigned into the Bijingo timesheet. The Timesheet Management and Approval guide is directed at users whose job is to either manage or/and approve Bijingo Timesheets,
Timesheets allows a Team Member to easily view and record work spent on the tasks that have been assigned to. It is also used for recording additional information such as Task Logs commentary, Percentage Complete and Time remaining for completing the Task. This information can then be used to inform the Project and Timesheet Managers of the Team Member’s progress on the Task.
Download the Timesheets User Guide User Guide
Timesheet Management & Approval
The Timesheet Management & Approval system allows an organisation to implement a structured workflow where Project Manager assing work toTeam Members, who then record the time they work on tasks that are assigned to them. Options in the system allow users to submit their Timesheets to a Timesheet Approver, who must approve timesheets before they can be exported to an external system. If enabled, Bijingo uses a Directory as the basis to configure logical hierarchies of Team Members, Approvers and Managers. Please read the Timesheet User Guide for details on how to complete and submit timesheets.
Download the Timesheet Management & Approvals User Guide
Resource and User Management
Resource Usage Graph
The Resource Usage Graph, which is available in the Resource and Project Centres, charts Planned or Remaining work for selected resources against the resource capacity within a given outlook, or period. The graph includes a detailed datasheet which can be opened to display a tabular view of the data charted. This graph assists Resource and Project Managers monitor resource work levels against capacity in order to get the best out of the resource pool.
Download the Resource Usage Graph User Guide
Resource Profile & User Roles
Resource Profiles and User Roles determine what permissions a user has within Bijingo. A user will gain the correct level of access to manage, view and report on projects and resources within the Bijingo by carefully assigning the correct mix of profile and roles to resource. The document is intended for Bijingo Administrators and Resource Administrators and its purpose is to outline the different Resource Profile and User Roles available within Bijingo.
Download the Resource Profile And User Roles User Guide
Resource Administration is the management of Resources and Users. This includes creating and maintaining Resources including Resource Rates, and managing User accounts and User Roles. The Clone Profile function can be used to setup new resources with the Roles and Permission on an existing resource.
Download the Resource Administration User Guide
Project Management Guides
The Project Journal is an alternative information source, and consists of text, date, numeric, cost and status based fields which are used to capture subjective narrative, opinions, data and comments on projects on periodic basis (weekly/ fortnightly / monthly). Data, which is captured on a periodic basis in line with the organizations reporting cycle, is then used in Project Status Report, High Level Project Report, and Project Journal Report.
Download the Project Journals User Guide
A Project Team is the list of resources which have been assigned to a Project by a Project Manager. Resources added to a Project Team can be assigned to tasks within the project and can be assigned management roles within a Project Team which allows them to directly manage or view a project.
Download the Project Team User Guide
A project snapshot is a detailed capture of a Project Schedule, Work and Cost summaries at a specific moment in time. Snapshots can then be used to track slippage in schedule and cost. Details from the Default Snapshot can also be included in several reports.
Download the Project Snapshots User Guide
Project Templates are reusable part or whole project schedules which can be appended to projects.Project Templates allow organisations to build new projects quickly and easily while ensuring consistency among projects. Templates can be found under the Project Templates Tab.
Download the Project Templates User Guide.
Relationship between Planned, Actual, Remaining and Forecast Work
This document uses simple illustrations to demonstrate the relationship between Planned, Actual, Remaining and Forecast Work and the impacts of updating Remaining Work and Rescheduling Remaining Work.
Download the Relationship between Planned, Actual, Remaining and Forecast Work User Guide