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I use this app to track time for work-related efforts as a consultant. For the longest time I used a different product, but the vendor made a very dramatic change to the subscription structure, which drove me to look for other options. After evaluating a dozen or so other options, I landed on Clockify and I am quite pleased with the features and functionality - even in the “basic” version. It does what I need it to do and then some, and I’ve come to really enjoy how easy it is to use. There are more advanced features to be had for a subscription price, but right now I’m satisfied with the basic stuff. Overall, great job with this product.
I really enjoyed this app for the first few days. The ability to select manual or timer mode to record how much time your spending is great and I like how you can separate the times by projects, sub sections of projects and tags. But then when it came to the end of the week I noticed that there were some serious flaws in the times per day on the reports part of the app. I recorded times every day of the week, which showed up on the time tracker part of the app, but the reports section completed omitted all of my work on Thursday and also did not record hours of time spent on some of the other days. This part of the app was important to me because I need to see and overview of time spent and now I cannot get an accurate representation. I got this app because it was free but I think in this case you might get what you pay for.
Beautiful and easy to use. I was on the edge between 4 or 5 stars and went with 5 b/c you can’t beat free and the interface is really lovely. A few things that would make it the best time tracker app: 1. Ability to pause!!! I miss this so much coming from HoursTracker (which is ugly and has obnoxious, distracting ads). 2. Default to last company used. Since I can pause I have a bunch of little records I have to go in a manually set the same company on. 3. Ability to set more than one project. I manage a team so I have to switch between projects. Typically at least two per session.
When needing to keep track of your hourly check and time, this is the perfect app to get you all the details you need. You are in control with this app. The flexibility it gives you in managing your time is definitely a plus. Oh did I mentioned reporting features, well there are so many options when it comes to reporting. If you don’t have time to check your reporting in the app, not to worry. The app provides you with a weekly report via email, with a detailed breakdown. This app is more than a time clock.
I liked using the app to track my hours to help me fill my timesheet each week at work. The only issue I have is I have to not only track the project time but time spent on each task. Sadly I cannot get a weekly report that will show me time spent on each task of each project. I either have to go through the detailed view and add up each time on each session of each task or go day by day through the report. If it would just have a weekly view that totaled time spent on each task each day I’d be happy
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Last update was at Aug 05, 2020and the current version is 2.7.11.
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