What's the best free timetable app?

Ideally suited for a school or work environment, easy and simple to use.
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    Timelogger: Time Tracking for Freelance & Routines

    Record time with a quick tap on your iOS Device

    Kate
    Kate53Head of Social @ GitHub · Written
    Timelogger is really clear and helpful when it comes to creating easy-to-track schedules of what you're doing throughout the day. You can also drill down into what you're doing within each task to identify gains in skills, which is great for school.
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  2. Really clean and easy to use, and it's also quick to edit in case you forgot to start or stop the timer in the right moment. You can see weekly, monthly and yearly reports and organize by projects or tags, and describe what you are working on.
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    TimeCamp

    Automatic time tracking made easy

    Ola Rybacka
    Ola RybackaSocial media freak, blogger · Written
    The app tracks time for all our activities and gives detailed reports on how we're performing.
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    • Permana Jayanta
      Permana JayantaI'm simple man

      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.

    • tom mauriello
      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.