I'm working on yet another time-tracking web application. This application has, next to the normal site, a mobile version. Now I wonder, is it ok for the mobile version to be a limited subset of the full site?
For example, the mobile version shows a very limited overview of today's activities, while in the full site you get a full blown view of today's activities. Also, in the full site you can view statistics and manage all settings, which you can't in the mobile version.
Do users care about this? The way I see it (so far) is that the mobile version should just have the functionalities that you really need being on the road. Also, if I would make the mobile version contain all the features, I feel like it would be too bloated and I would end up with a lot of usability questions/problems.