A powerful time tracker for those who appreciate simplicity

#3 Product of the DayApril 28, 2018
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Pulse.red is a powerful time tracker for those who appreciate simplicity. No useless infographics; stay focused on the main things and track your project's time.

Clear project overview helping you to monitor your company's health and make fast decisions. You will see if the project has gone over the timing budget at any stage.

  • Michael M
    Michael MA multidisciplinary guy.

    Simple and very fast application


    Lack of 3rd party integrations. But I'm sure this will change soon

    If you are tired of bloated time trackers, make sure to try pulse. Very clean and fast time tracker with just right amount of features. Great work guys!

    Michael M has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    Turbo fast & Super simplistic



    everything is clear

    Alexey Vasilevsky has used this product for one month.
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Larizza Tueros
Larizza Tueros@ltueros · Software Developer
Pros: * It's free for one user. Excellent for personal projects or solo freelancers. * The registering process is quick. (no need to hundreds of confirmations). * The interface is really clean and to the point. * You can see really fast the time used for tasks and projects without having to interpret graphics. * For every action, it has a tip section to the side that it's super helpful. Cons (Improvements it could take): * It will be nice to have a Google/Facebook/GitHub social login. * In a project when you finish a task you have to select the task if there is only one current task it would be good to have it preselected. * Doesn't have any integrations, I use Trello for most of my work tasks and it will be a hassle to put tasks twice. Pretty cool if it has a chrome extension or something that I just have to click a button in a card of Trello and it converts it to a task and a project (if it doesn't have one associated) and just have to click the button again to begin the task. (But I don't know how trello integrations works).
Karl Plaude
Karl PlaudeMaker@karlplaude1
@ltueros thanks a lot for feedback. The integrations are on our roadmap. We’re a little worry about the task chaos, you know, tools like Trello or Basecamp is about micro tasking, so you don’t get the big picture then you track time on each ticket.
Taha ahmed khan
Taha ahmed khan @tahaqadri · Maker at d5Gravity.com
Pulse is the first time tracking tool that I have ever used and its awesome. I like its minimal and distraction free UI, good job. Logo is cool, its simple word 'pulse' with a dot in red color (meaning pulse.red).. smart work :)
Karl Plaude
Karl PlaudeMaker@karlplaude1
@tahaqadri thanks, we’ll check it asap.
Ayush Chandra
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Law Student|Tech Evangelist
Great job!! 😊 Will check it
clean like a Norton Commander 💾📺👍
Karl Plaude
Karl PlaudeMaker@karlplaude1
Hello everyone! After several years tracking project’s time with Toggl, we decided to move to our own product. It is a typical story for a web design company 🤓. We started from a blank canvas and focused on main things: Projects, tasks — there should be clear structure and transparency. Everyone can see the estimates and project’s remaining time. We should keep the profit balance to run our company in good shape. Logging time — everyone hates logging time! There should be an easy and intuitive way to do that. That’s why you can log time manually, use the built in timer, and we are developing an OS tray app. And one more thing — you can log time for someone else, it is a must have feature if you are working with freelancers. So we put things together, designing the interface so the time loggers 👨🏼‍🎤 can do it in the easy way, and PM’s 👨🏼‍💻 are happy with the clarity. Feel free to add your comments, we are very hungry for feedbacks! 👋🏼