New Clio Integration
If you’re using Clio for your practice management, integrating Clio with Chrometa streamlines your workflow. The new Clio API is faster, more secure and adds automatic sync with Chrometa thanks to many new useful features like Webhooks, Bulk Actions.
If you’re not yet familiar with Clio, Clio is a practice management system that offers all you need to run a law practice from intake to invoice, with powerful tools to manage cases, clients, documents, bills, calendars reporting, and accounting. Integrating Chrometa with Clio will automatically build your Clio Timesheet.
Clio’s new features that you can directly use from Chrometa include Webhooks and Bulk Actions. With these, syncing is done in real time and is faster; only new and updated matters are imported or updated in Chrometa.
From Account > Integrations, click on Connect under Clio:
In Clio, allow Chrometa to access Clio data:
Based on millions of billable hours collected by Chrometa (approaching
1 billion 🙂 ),
our research team found that email reading and writing accounts for up to a third of the total billable time.
Chrometa records time spent reading, replying and composing emails from any device, whether you are using
Gmail or MacMail.
Then a rule is applied to file the email under a client or project. This is the step that we recently removed to
make timekeeping at painless as possible.
Clients and Projects can have email addresses and phone numbers. When you add/update and email address to a
client/project, Chrometa will automatically move time entries with the email address to the client.
Same thing applies to phone numbers, phone calls and text messages sent or received from your clients are
automatically filed under the client’s timesheet.
All this is done through an auto generated rule: For each phone number and email address, a rule is created and
applies to new entries. As with any rule, it can be
applied to past entries.
When you remove an email address, Chrometa stops moving time entries to the project
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