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Quick Start Guide for Trainees with Individual Subscriptions

This page applies to Time2Track trainees.

This guide is designed for trainees who have purchased their own individual account and are not required to use Time2Track by a program or training site. The guide outlines the key steps you need to complete to accurately set up your Time2Track account. We recommend you bookmark this page for future reference. If you have any questions or need technical support or assistance, contact customer service.





Create Your Individual Account:

  • Click here if you're a new user (i.e., you have never used Time2Track).
  • Click here if you're an existing user (i.e., you have used or are using a Time2Track subscription). 

If you've previously used Time2Track, follow the instructions for existing accounts; if you forgot your password, you can reset it.

2 Create Custom Activity Types Before you begin logging activities, you may want to create custom activity types, especially if the available activity choices do not accurately define your experiences.
3 Create Custom Treatment Settings Creating custom treatment settings helps you keep track of your training sites and supervisors.

Log Your Activities. Use the following features, as appropriate: 

Activities provide the details of your day-to-day experiences and can include information about clients, assessments, or other key information you want to track. Watch this video for a summary of how to log activities. 

5 Backlog Hours and Activities If you have activities that you completed before you started using Time2Track, you can add them to your account.
6 Print a Timesheet If you’d like your supervisor to approve your activities, you need to print a timesheet for them to sign. You can print timesheets at any time throughout your experience.
7 Print Reports You can download and print reports at any time throughout your experience for your own records.
8 Download the Mobile App  Visit the iPhone App Store or Google Play to download the app. 
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