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How To's / Re: Using opengoo with a small law practice?
« on: November 26, 2008, 05:17:15 pm »
Thanks for the responses.  I tried phpcoin but the interface is a bit, err, ugly.  I'm going to see how simply invoices works out.  Don't know if you guys have any thoughts on that(or another alternative to phpcoin).

rportinga - I think I understand what you are saying, but I was wondering, do you end up having a client's information listed under a contact(contact information) but then have the workspace thing for them as well, which only has their name?

It seems I can list contacts according to workspaces?  So I guess I will put clients contacts under "clients" workspace.


How To's / Re: Using opengoo with a small law practice?
« on: November 26, 2008, 04:11:31 am »
Thanks for the reply.  I actually run opengoo off my local linux machine so I don't need a remote server.  I was wondering, though, as I googled for opencoin, I cannot find what you were talking about?

I installed simple invoices and it seems to be nice.  Sure wish I could avoid redundant entries for clients:O(one in each program)

I was also wondering how you are doing the things you talked about. 

1.Do you just list your clients under "contacts?"  How are you making it more fine grained?
2.Do you just use calendar to keep track of time spent with clients/projects?
3.I'm guessing the #3 you referred to is with calendar as well.

I read that they are going to implement something soon with opengoo to allow it to interact with google calendar, which would be nice, at least for reminders.

Thanks again for your info.

How To's / Using opengoo with a small law practice?
« on: November 24, 2008, 03:36:14 pm »
I was wondering if anyone had any pointers about using opengoo as a law practice.

1.Keeping a list of clients
2.Tracking time spent on work for clients
3.Whether or not a project is completed for a client.

I am guessing generating an invoice is outside the purview of opengoo, but the only other thing I was wondering about is tracking costs associated with a client.

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