Time tracking software?


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UriR

Hi all,

I'm looking for a time-tracking software with the following features:
1. Easy accessibility for "dumb" users.
2. Project/activity definitions.
3. Report generation / data export to format readable by Excel.

I've experimented with Time Stamp (no project definitions):
www.syntap.com
and TimeCore (no pause/start task):
http://www.back2front.co.uk/

Can anyone recommend another solution?

Thanks!
Uri
 
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U

UriR

Time tracking software?
How about a clock :p
Just to make myself clearer - I need to track the time myself (and others)
spend working on different projects/tasks. Since more than one person will
be using this, I need a solution that allows/requires each user to select
the project/task/activity type he or she is working on (if you let users
define such stuff for themselves, you get total chaos).
 
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omega

UriR said:
I'm looking for a time-tracking software with the following features:
1. Easy accessibility for "dumb" users.
2. Project/activity definitions.
I'm fond of GoalTime. It's clean and simple, and I like its interface.

http://www.dcsoft.com/prod02.htm

The twist is that it counts down, not counts up. Yet if you prefer count
up, then just set the project time allotment to some big number.
3. Report generation / data export to format readable by Excel.
It generates a text report on request. Two columns: project names and time
spent. Or, better, there is its automatic .cda file. It's a comma-separated
file: project name,time allotted, time spent. (Just delete the first two
header lines lines, then import to Excel.)

It does not have multiple profile support. Yet you can make individual
subdirectories, each containing the 330k exe. In each of those subdirs,
an independent .cda file will be generated, with its own set of project
definitions and time logs.
 
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Mike

I'm looking for a time-tracking software with the following features:
1. Easy accessibility for "dumb" users.
2. Project/activity definitions.
3. Report generation / data export to format readable by Excel.
I too have looked for such a program over the past couple of years. I have
tried a few, including freeware like TimeCore, and shareware like Veritime
(www.pcfworks.com). For the past couple of years I've been using free
beta versions of Allnetic Working Time Tracker (http://www.allnetic.com).
It has now become trialware, and I have chosen to register my copy
because it does what I need.

However, I also tried a freeware app called Myoclocker. I found it through:

http://freeware.intrastar.net/organize.htm

and the file itself can be found at:

ftp://ftp.icm.edu.pl/vol/wojsyl4/winsite/win95/misc/myoclk.zip

The 'blurb' says:
Myoclocker is a time tracking application developed especially for
consultants. Time tracking hierarchy by Client, Project, Task, Work and
tracks time and expenses for multiple consultants. (4.7MB)
It's OK -- my main gripe with it is that there is no built-in timer. You
have to track that yourself, and then enter the info in Myoclocker to
generate reports, invoices, etc. I'm not sure about exporting to Excel -- I
think the invoices are generated only as RTF files. Anyway, you may
find that it works for you.
 
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Sergei Gnezdov

Hi all,

I'm looking for a time-tracking software with the following features:
1. Easy accessibility for "dumb" users.
2. Project/activity definitions.
3. Report generation / data export to format readable by Excel.

I've experimented with Time Stamp (no project definitions):
www.syntap.com
and TimeCore (no pause/start task):
http://www.back2front.co.uk/

Can anyone recommend another solution?

Thanks!
Uri
I've got Zanami Time Tracker:
http://zanami.com/TimeTracker/index.html

It probably does not have all the features you need. If you outlined
what you'd expect, it could be a roadmap for the future enhancements.


Thank you
 
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