- We use that for basic time keepingnin house, good pricing and easy to use. Keep and eye out for zei as well, recent kickstarter that has a really good physical elemwnt to it. A little pricey though.I am a relatively new user of Toggle, but it has been a neat little tool to track all sorts of activities. I use it to track time on a couple of different projects and I did not need any of the fancy payed features, so free version serves me well. Highly recommended!
- RescueTime is my favorite. Works great for giving you insight into where your time has gone. How much is really spent on Facebook vs doing work. I like "distraction free" mode and the chrome extension makes it easy to see how "good" you have been. I find its a good reminder to keep focused.If you're interested in Quantified Self, RescueTime integrates with Gyroscope to give you a view into your productive/unproductive time. Only downside is that iOS is not supported.
- Great suggestions here, go with Hubstaff if you need these: - Activity reports - Integrations with project management and other 3rd party tools (like Github, Trello, Paypal, Zendesk and more) - Automatic payroll via payment Paypal, Payoneer etc. - if you have people working off site (and need GPS tracking)I'll definitely vouch for it. The app is truly cross-platform - they've got apps for mac, windows, linux, android, ios & even a chrome extension. With their recent updates, I can also see how much money was spent on each task (calculated based on no. of hours spent x hourly rate) which is pretty cool.
- Futuramo Time Tracker is a time tracking and productivity app that works great for both individuals and larger teams. It offers fine statistics to help you analyze and monitor your work habits. Some key features: real-time filters, search box, sorting, trackers and manual time recording, offline tracking, overview board, custom timesheet view, and more. Also good for managing multiple client projects thanks to the rich set of features for project management.
- Sebastian made this productTimeLog is a super great tool. It is the only tool I have been able to find that ties together time tracking, invoicing, analytics, salary, project management. Invaluable if you are in the engineering or consulting business.
- Check out actiTIME timesheet software, it's free to try https://www.actitime.com/
- Leif Abraham made this productAND CO lets you track your time via the mobile apps, the Mac app and the Web app.
- You can use use ZEI with TimeTac - simple, fast and easy web based time tracking software for every company size and industry.Ive not used it yet, but their interface is very exciting
- Integrates with Google Calendar, Office 365, Moves, and its own tracker (Memory). And has it's own API, so you can create your own apps to communicate with it.
- Although I also use RescueTime I've become quite partial to Qbserve. It's a local app and has a similar functionality to RescueTime but without some of the advanced reporting. It does however, give me some immediate reminder of when I'm being unproductive by changing the dock icon.
- I used Bonsai's in-app time tracking as well as the tracker they built for Mac OS, it gets the job done and you can export your time into invoices easily.
- Hi, Daniel, the maker of Timing here. Thanks for the recommendation! By the way, I'm currently working on a brand-new version, launching next month. You can sign up for the beta at https://beta.timingapp.com. That version has been built from the start for the needs of freelancers and small agencies, with a ton of new reporting features and optional start/stop timers if you need them.
- Maybe the simpliest time tracker I ever used. Totally recommended for your freelance projects.I really like this app, nowadays TMetric is one of the best time tracking tools. I would like to highlight its functions like the visualized timeline and flexible reports. TMetric can give all the detailed information about your activity.
- Tyme is amazing because it's very simple and focuses on time tracking versus all the billing, projects, etc. It has just the needed basics for tracking time by different projects and no more. The UI is so much better than most other time tracking apps. I'm a happy paying customer!
- JIRA is way costly but worth it. It has many many customizations and can be used in a wide variety of ways. This is the #1 tool for Agile teams.