- I used this for a while, in two periods separated by some years. Both times it was fun. But I didn't keep up the habit. Prob cause I had no team, just me… More likely I just flaked. I liked how idonethis they emailed me at 5pm everyday with questions and I could reply by email, very quickly. You could, however, just set this up within gmail or s'thing and use a label search as your "interface". …also, this idea has relations to stoicism's evening minutes method, CBT's gratitude journaling, etc. which I believe can be a better "measure" than number of tasks, cause who's to say those tasks are important? To feel like you've stacked up a few things makes one happy, and pays itself forward, both for yrself and others. ETC!
Started using this product in Aug17. By Oct17 stopped functioning. Unable to collect, download data, export, etc. Pretty UX interface just doesn't work for actual use at its core. Contacted customer support in Oct17 still not functioning in Jan2018... but they are still charging my card even after cancel subscription in Oct17.
Support: Avoid "AMY" - very unprofessional. If you want a down and out argument with a stranger then AMY is your girl! #Human #Support #Unpleasant
Nothing from any app I've had open has been added to Timely from the Memory on either my (a) work macbook (b) personal macbook or (c) surface. I thought it could replace rescuetime and allow me to integrate that with my projects but it doesn't actually work. It didn't work for any of my devices.
This app is pretty awesome. They made it so detailed that when I walked away from my laptop for 20 minutes, instead of just logging whatever app I was on, it asked me if I was eating, sleeping, exercising, etc. since it knew I was away from the computer
It logs every single website and app you visit, and almost everything has been categorized for you. You can even make your own categories and projects to specifically log as well. At the end, I can also look at everything I did with charts and a pie chart showing my overall time spent categorized into productive, neutral, and distracted, which is a really awesome way to get a quick overview.
Other activity trackers and systems for keeping organized have always stressed me out a ton. Qbserve is the first activity tracker i've used that i don't feel hung up or bad about using through the entire cycle of use. There are periods where i will stop tracking for a while, but Qbserve is always easy to jump back into and use. You get immediate feedback about what's going on, and the color tracking in the dock icon gives a great visual feedback mechanism as a reminder for how on track you've been (or not).
Classification has gotten better, and the ability to triage stuff yourself is great. I wish there were some way to segment up my twitter use into work related, and time wasting, but that's my only complaint.
- Daniel Alm made this productTiming automatically tracks how you spent time on your Mac and presents them graphically in a timeline. In the timeline, it automatically recognizes what blocks of time belong together — simply click them and enter what you did during that time, done! This is much easier than trying to remember what you did without the extra time context to guide you the process. It also offers a special "snippets" report to list all the things you accomplished in a succinct fashion.