- I've been loving this time tracking tool. Super intuitive and easy to use. - you just hit play on the timer and track every second you work on a project. You can even run two timers at once - easily punch in the time you did not track live, just in case - easily track your time by project and activity - you can also create invoices based on the time tracked - iPhone, android & desktop version ;)
My clients love the invoices that And.co produces, mainly because of its "pay me" button that a lot of them find super convenient. It's the best freelancing productivity tool I've used so far.
It was advertised as a free tool, and they just introduced a pro plan and limited all the features. :(
- Radoslaw Holewa made this productIf you are looking for a really simple tool then this https://quidlo.com/timesheets/ might be a good option for you. Our time tracking was based on Google Sheets but the bigger our team was the harder was to have a good overview of how much time we spend on projects. So we have decided to create a really simple time tracking tool that has the level of complexity of a spreadsheet but gives you a better visibility. Our goal is to keep it as simple as possible and not to add many features. We just made it public today so if it sounds like a tool for you, then please give it a try and let us know what do you think.
- I actually found this one via PH last week. From a team perspective it works great. The UI has a far way to go, but this day by day view comes very close to the way we plan our work. + The reporting part here is *very* insightful and tweakable. + You can easily track time for others (e.g. put meeting into everyones track, or PM reports for devs) + Integrates very well with Trello, Git, Google etc. + New functionality added regularly - Ugly UI
- My app Timing automatically tracks time spent on your Macs. That's perfect for your purposes, as it lets you keep track of time without having to worry about start/stop timers. Also, 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.
Great product - we went through several time tracking apps on our journey to use Harvest and this is the best for us.
The Asana integration is wicked!
Whilst the UI is ever so slightly dated and some functions can be a little hard to find than they should be but on a whole it is, in fact, very functional and infinitely better than some pretty but clunky app.