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Timeneye 2.0

Track time for your projects, without feeling like work

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Anas Bouhtouch
@bouhtouch · CTO at Timeneye
Thank you @bramk for hunting Timeneye! Hi guys! I'm Anas, one of the Co-Founders and Product Manager of Timeneye - thanks for the feedback on the design, I'd also be interested in your thoughts on the product once you've had chance to dig around. The main reason for creating the new version of Timeneye was to make time tracking dead easy. That is why we h… See more

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Anas Bouhtouch
@bouhtouch · CTO at Timeneye
Thank you @bramk for hunting Timeneye! Hi guys! I'm Anas, one of the Co-Founders and Product Manager of Timeneye - thanks for the feedback on the design, I'd also be interested in your thoughts on the product once you've had chance to dig around. The main reason for creating the new version of Timeneye was to make time tracking dead easy. That is why we h… See more
Sam Doshi
@samir_doshi · Co Founder @ Relayo.com
Anytime you can feel like you're not working when you are is a plus in my book --- cool!
Alex Romero
@b3bold · UI/UX Lead Designer
Can you export the time tracked in to PDFs?
Chris Wilson
@automateiq · VoiceCut CEO
@anas Looks pretty sweet, can't wait to try it. One thing our office is looking for is the ability to have "retainers" and as time is logged by team members it goes against a customer's retainer. Is this a possibility in the app? Also, can an auto generated email be sent each Monday that gives a customer a heads up about what was accomplished last week a… See more
Chris Wilson
@automateiq · VoiceCut CEO
I'd love to see a Chrome extension to quickly open a new timer and to keep the timer up on the side out of the main browser similar to Freshbooks' timer.