How to connect to CMap

You can connect Memtime to CMap and take your time-tracking to the next level.

The first step to connecting CMap to Memtime is to install it as a Connected App.

 
To install CMap as a Connected App, you can try the following:

1. Open the Memtime App and click on the menu burger to select Connected Apps.





2. If you do not already see CMap as a Connected App, you can click on the "Find More Connected Apps" button to easily find it.



 

3. This will take you to your browser, and the Memtime marketplace website will open. You can search here for 'CMap' or any other Connected App you would like to try. Once you select CMap, click on the "Connect to CMap" button.

 


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4. After connecting, go back to your Connected Apps in Memtime and click on "Refresh Installed Connected Apps" to see CMap installed.

 

The next step is to authenticate CMap in Memtime:

1. Select CMap in your Connected Apps in Memtime and click on "Authenticate".



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2. A pop-up window will appear to ask you for your CMap Username, Password and CMap Domain:



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3. After authenticating CMap, you can change some settings according to your preferences. Specifically, you can change the fallback start time for time entries created in CMap.

 

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5. If your projects are not yet visible in Memtime, you can refresh your project management section by clicking on the refresh button here:

 

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6. When you create a time entry in Memtime for one of your CMap projects, Memtime will automatically synchronize it with your account after you see the little tick showing up. When you go to the CMap website, you will see the last booked entry in the "Time + Expenses" section: 

 

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That's it! Now you can use the CMap integration in Memtime. Here's a video that shows the complete installation process, as well as how to create and export time entries: