Auto Export to Clio!
Getting your billable time in Clio has never been easier! Turn on the automatic export and let Chrometa do the boring work for you.You can also get your other team member’s time in Clio without any manual step. Just another way Chrometa saves you time! Learn more here.
You can now set up Chrometa to automatically export your allocated data to Clio.
Before, you had to login to Chrometa, select a date range, review the data, then export all the time entries or just a matter's time entries to Clio.
You can now skip this step,
By setting up an automatic export, Chrometa sends all your matters' time entries to Clio from the previous day.
You still have the option to manually export time entries (or re-export if something is missing or deleted in Clio).
By default, the automatic export is scheduled at 7am EST (for the previous day's data).
To set it up, go to Account and check 'Automatically export data to Clio'
Time entries that are already in Clio have a blue Clio logo attached in the Summary view.
In the Time Summary view, select a date range, you can now see all your clients and matters' billable time.
If you need a quick overview for a single client or project, go to Clients/Projects, mouse over the client or project, click 'View Time' and hit the 'Apply' button, a new browser tab opens with the Time Summary view showing only the client or page
Next to each matter, click the 'Export' dropdown to send the data to Clio
You can also use the 'Export' button at the top to send data from all clients and matters
What gets exported?
Time entries are grouped by day, matter, task (Clio activity) and annotation (or description) before getting exported. Not all the details are sent to Clio. In simpler terms, line #1 is exported, not line #2
Already exported entries are marked with a blue Clio icon
Entries with a greyed out logo are not in Clio yet
Chrometa’s ‘Auto Export’ feature can be found in your ‘Account located in the left-hand navigation panel. This feature allows you to spend less time on time keeping.
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