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ShipStation helps eCommerce retailers organize, process, and fulfill their orders from all the most popular marketplaces and shopping carts using the top shipping carriers.

Monitask - time tracking software for teams

About ShipStation

Shipping shouldn't be the most time-intensive part of your online business—especially when you're focused on scaling up. When you use Zapier with ShipStation, you can import, fulfill, and manage orders automatically. Save time by creating orders in ShipStation as soon as your customers are charged, and keep track of when orders are created and shipped so you don’t have to spend time on manual data entry.

How to Track Time in ShipStation

Step 1

Create a Monitask account

Sign up for a free 10-day trial

Step 2

Invite employees and remote workers.

Click "Invite your team" from the dashboard and add your team members’ email addresses. You can add an unlimited number of employees to your account.

Invite Employees and Remote Workers
Step 3

Ask employees to start tracking time using Monitask.

Your team members will need to download the time-tracking app and start using it to track the time spent on work items. Company owners, administrators, and managers do not need to install Monitask, as data is accessible via the web-based real-time dashboard.

Step 4

Assign projects and tasks.

Project management features allow you to assign projects to team members and review work hours associated with each project and task.

Assign projects and tasks
Step 5

Review work hours and proof of work.

Use Live Dashboard to review online employees, their time entries, screenshots, activity levels, and internet usage

Review work hours and proof of work
Step 6

Continue using Monitask to get in-depth insights.

Monitask analyzes time and data across your company. After you use the software for several weeks, it generates comprehensive reports so that you can analyze and identify bottlenecks, productivity, and processes.

Continue using Monitask