- We use Hubstaff for all our time tracking needs — it also integrates with most major project management tools! You can track time on specific tasks or on a higher project level. About $5 per team member so it hopefully won't break the bank. Other cool features are the screenshots and keyboard/mouse activity stats.
- TimeCamp sounds like a perfect time tracking solution for you! It delivers the highest quality of tracking time for projects. Simple and intuitive design, packed with features like invoicing, budgeting and reporting, has one free and two affordable paid pricing plans. Gives your company a clear overview of how time is being spent. TimeCamp integrates with the most popular management tools on the market, like Asana, Trello, Podio, Insightly, JIRA, Teamwork, Pivotal Tracker, Active Collab, Pivotal Tracker, Slack, Dropbox and more. Easy to use on all the platforms and devices, helps the companies stay up-to-date with how time is being spent on the projects.
I use TimeCamp's manual time track. My workflow usually:
- When I want to work on a certain task, for example Project-A, set the timer
- Focus on that task
- Turn of the timer when its done.
One feature that I've not found at other time tracker is TimeCamp allow you to move your tracked time. For example, you accidentally work on task Project-B when you set the timer to Project-A. TimeCamp allow to move your time from Project-A to Project-B.
I have probably used a dozen different time tracking apps & processes.
Recently I had need to track a lot of time & task details on a couple of projects. The issue with most time tracking tools is if they do not exist within your existing software set, it can be a drag to use yet another app. My one exception to this rule is a standalone mobile app which TimeCamp provides.
Currently I am using (and demoing) the free single user license and I have entered about two weeks of time I had been jotting down in a notebook. Time entry is quick, intuitive and flexible with ample room for notes.
There is a companion desktop and downloadable versions which allow you to upgrade for a broader feature set plus integrations and other bells & whistles.
- I use Freedcamp for project management. Entirely free, unlimited projects for an unlimited time. You can enable timesheets to record the spent on each project. They also have a small business plan which includes invoices, CRM and other integrations. Categorisation is super useful and the dashboard home gives you an important overview of each subproject within the main project plus the people working on a particular project. Every subproject can have a task list, milestones, discussions, files, calendar, etc. They also have their own issue tracker.