When using LogSpace, you'll encounter several key concepts which we will discuss here.
Teams allow users to work together on projects. Teams can be though of as a collection of team members, and a collection of projects. Members of a team can log time to the various projects and can run reports. Team member access is governed by time log permissions.
A project is for grouping related time log activity together. These could be used in various ways. For example, if you are an independent contractor, you could create a project for each client. Or you could subdivide them further if you wish.
A time log is a single record that represents a contiguous block of time that you spent doing a particular task or set of tasks. It has a start time, an end time, and some notes. The notes can be used to describe what was done during the time. For example, if you attended a meeting from 2:00 to 2:30, you could record this in a time log. If you want to record several things in one time log, that is fine. You should decide which level of granularity is suitable for your team's needs.