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Hours 2.0

The time tracker you will actually use. Now on the web.

Memory by Timely

An intelligent timeline of everything you did in a day.

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haabe- Developer @ Snopp Designbyrå
Automatically tracks your day, from what tools you use to which websites you've visited - and for how long. Timely combines it with a super-easy and slick UI.
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Aurora- Co-Founder megacool.co
I love using Timely! It records what I'm doing in the background so I can review afterwards how I spent my day. My only improvement for the product is to make the drag and drop feature more responsive (missing the Google Calendar feeling).
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Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I love Memory by Timely. I don't need to track activities myself anymore. This helps me log everything so I can focus on getting stuff done!
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Time Tracking for Freelancers

A simple, fully integrated time tracker for freelancers

This is the first free time tracking solution for freelancers fully integrated with proposals, contracts and invoices. Start tracking time seamlessly and switch between projects without the confusion of traditional time trackers. Automatically fill in your time sheets or log hours manually to get a comprehensive view of your work day, and more!

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Gaurav Agrawal- Coder, Thinker, Curious observer
It's well designed , Cool and useful. It has the whole cycle from proposal to Payment from Client.
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Timeneye

Track time for your projects, without feeling like work

Timeneye is a simple and intelligent time-tracking tool, which is helping small/medium companies to track and improve their team productivity levels. If you need instant productivity boost, achieved through ultimate simplicity, Timeneye is the very-easy-to-use tool that you are looking for.

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144blocks

Colorful way to track your time! Inspired by Wait But Why

Inspired by a Wait But Why blog post, 144blocks is a fun, simple way to visualize where your time is going every day! By breaking down the day into 10 minute blocks of time, you can easily see whether your time is being spent on work, commuting, or doing something you love. Customize and create your own activities to fill your 144 blocks!

Wait But Why
Most people sleep about seven or eight hours a night. That leaves 16 or 17 hours awake each day. Or about 1,000 minutes. Let's think about those 1,000 minutes as 100 10-minute blocks. That's what you wake up with every day.
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