Quoc Huy TranProduct Manager

What's the best time tracking web app / website?

I'm not looking for a desktop app or for a mobile app, but a web app specifically.
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    AND CO

    Invoicing, Expenses, Contracts & Payments for freelancers

    Great app that has an awesome time-tracking feature. You can track every second, easily catch up on old time logs that you missed, and track your time by project. It also automatically creates invoices based on these time-tracking hours you inputted, and has full-function mobile apps for your iPhone and Android! Highly suggest trying it out.
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    Like the integrated-ness of the platform. I.e.: time-tracking --> invoicing --> income, etc. Really complete
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    • Makes it super easy to invoice in a beautiful simple way that clients love. Offering credit card, PayPal and bank ACH payments really feels like it helps me get paid faster and looks professional. It's also a breeze to confirm that I've received payment and is helpful to get reminders of outstanding invoices. Love hearing the chime when money rolls in.

      UPDATE

      Can't believe I forgot to mention the support crew. I'm so used to banking/financial apps making service an afterthought. Whenever I have a question or issue they're on it within minutes and always eager to help.

    • Matt NIndependent Designer/Developer in LA

      I've tried every time-tracking/invoicing app there is for freelancers, but when I finally tried AND CO I was instantly sold!

      Both the web app and mobile app are a delight to use. They are fast and just work without any hiccups. The features are great and have helped me save a ton of time on admin work. Sending an invoice or a contract is a breeze. You also get a real, live human to ask for help! Need to invoice a client? Have a question about your taxes? Simply send a message to your CO and they will always have your back!

      Their dev team is also great! I requested a couple features and they were released within a few weeks. That showed me that the team at AND CO listen to their customers and give me confidence to use this app for the long-term.

      It's not often that I fall in love with an app. AND CO is the exception. Highly recommended.

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    Toggl

    insanely simple free time tracking

    Ayush Mittal27bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Pomodoro timer with tracking, reporting and other powerful sets of features. You can create blocks (tasks), track time, punch-in & out, look back what all happened last month and much more. Available on iOS/Android/Mac/Windows, everywhere. It works seamlessly with the web version of Toggl, syncing data on the fly. You can also add a chrome extension for web and directly enable Pomodoro mode from the Toggl extension.
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    Bruce Kraft Jr.CMO, social media & viral director · Written
    Great for DESKTOP & MOBILE & the website lets you see what pages you were working on, if you were doing work in a chrome browser.
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    • Eduard DolocFront-End Programmer

      The product is great, it's flexible, dynamic, you can use it on almost any device (as app, not just web), but the pricing is pretty bad, I mean there is alot of cool features, but paying more for a user than the user's email hosting (google) is not ok.

  3. arina_kayeaMarketing Manager · Written
    actiTIME is just great for time tracking and task management. It's flexible and easy-to-use. There is also a free version for small teams.
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    Ora

    Agile task management, kanban, scrum, sprints and timers

    Have you tried Ora? It's not just time tracking, but in many ways reminds me of a combo between trello, asana and time tracking in one. It's fairly new, but I'm enjoying using it this week.
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    HourStack

    Make time to get your tasks done.

    Danielle CadhitCo-Founder, CEO @CostCanvas · Written
    I like this solution because it helps plan my day and integrates with many of my major tools - Slack, Asana, Google Cal
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    TimeCamp

    Automatic time tracking made easy

    Bruce Kraft Jr.CMO, social media & viral director · Written
    Works great for individual users, teams, AND its free. It rivals with Toggl.
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    • tom maurielloowner, thinkscreen.is

      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'm really happy with this product. It allows us to track time at a very granular level for reporting and invoicing. I don't use all of the features, but like what I do use. And the team is super responsive anytime I have a question or support need.

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    Everhour

    Time Tracking, Scheduling, Budgeting & Expenses

    Mike KulakovProduct Owner at Everhour · Written
    Mike Kulakov made this product
    Simple and easy to use. Deeply integrated with Asana, Basecamp, Trello, GitHub, Jira and more.
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