Filemaker Time Registration for Freelancers
$29.99 Track price
In this course you will learn how to make a Filemaker database system that can be used to register time spent on jobs. This is specifically meant for freelancers and people who work for multiple clients or employers.
In this case it will be a time registration database where you store your time spent, miles traveled and extra expenses for each job you do.
We will be storing employers and contacts and entering job details.
This is a course for people who own a small business and can t afford to buy expensive software packages to manage their administration. For people who don t want to spend hours each week doing boring, monotonous paperwork that can be automated and be made easy, fun and professional looking.
I included the Filemaker file in the course for download so you can easily look at my file if you get lost somewhere or if there is something you want to look at more closely in detail.
At the end of this course you will be able to start your own FIlemaker projects and build them exactly the way you want them so they work for your company and not the other way around.
Courses : 4
Specification: Filemaker Time Registration for Freelancers
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David Coutts –
Getting a wee bit tricky BUT the explanations are really first class After a few days break doing other work I got back onto this course again starting from point 1 again and going through it all again this time with a slower speed It was very entertaining very well thought out and very well presented by Mr Stevens I will be looking forward to his next course on Udemy or even youtube ! What I would like to see is a complete CRM solution (I know it has lots on the internet) but one with and for Europe like for instance Formatting the Telephone numbers to fit different lands and numbers ? I know one can do this using Countries and CASE things on FM BUT a good instructor like Mr Stevens could set one up in no time 🙂 PLEASE !!!!! Slainth Mhath Slan Egat David
C Helm –
Good course for beginners. Some nice intermediate tricks. Clear instruction.
Bennani Ali –
Guy Stevens explique m thodiquement son d veloppement et nous donne le pourquoi de sa d marche j’aime bien.
Lens Marc –
duidelijk uitleg , stap voor stap
Kateri Gabriele –
Nice review of the basics, so far.
Brian Smith –
Edvard Thorden –
Very good match
Steve Cloutier –
C’est une personne qui explique tr s clairement et le r sultat est extraordinaire F licitation Merci
Roland Schwingenschl gl –
Jeffrey Smith –
This is a great course. It had a little bit of everything you need to learn to make your on FM Solutions.
Martin Vitous –
I like the course a lot. From a technical perspective, I have learned a lot. Of course, the course is not for people who have never seen FileMaker. There should be at least some experience with the tool. To have a small in progress project where you can apply the new knowledge helps a lot as well. What I a little bit miss is the preparation of the development of the application. Some kind of design section. Can be small, but would be helpful. The author knows very well what is where, but you can get lost. And BTW do not expect to go through the course within one day : ). I believe it is ideal to spend one/two hours per day with the course and one hour with your project trying to apply the ideas.
Marco Bacigalupi –
Very good course and easy to understand for non filemaker pro user too. 5 stars to the teacher!
Bulent Ersin –
Thank you Guy. You are an awesome teacher! I learned new things and I also practiced my earlier skills. I recommend the course everyone who wants to learn/get better about Filemaker
Always learn something new from Guy.
Marcos Leite –
Fast, to the point. Using a tutorial to build a real life example of a application instead of just showing unrelated training items. This training is so much better than many other, much more expensive classes out there. Nicely done.
Vito Rosiello –