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View reports as activity over time, or summarized by foreground time (or total time).
Select report time periods by entering actual values, or simply dragging on the Reports window.
Set the sort order for the Reports window by changing the sort order in the main Time Sink window.
Auto-export usage reports every day.
Show only currently-tracked applications in reports, or show all applications for which Time Sink has data.
Exporting a report is as simple as pressing a keyboard shortcut.
Specify which fields you'd like included in exported reports.
Prevent tracking of specified applications and windows by adding them to a blacklist.
Automatic suspension of usage tracking after a specified idle interval.
Add new windows to existing pools, and drag windows between pools as you wish.
Show or hide inactive items and inactive pools.
Optional auto-reset of application and pool timers each day.
Choose between colored or black-and-white menu bar icons.
Toggl does it just what you need for time tracking without flooding the UI with unnecessary features. They seem to hide things and show things at the right time.
I started using Toggl as a time tracking tool, but then switched to Harvest because it integrates with Asana and is more feature rich. Toggl is a relatively basic tool. It's focus is on adding a task and tracking time. About the same thing you can do with your phone stopwatch app and a spreadsheet, so the value add there is minimal. However you can also organize by projects and track billable time. I paid the $5 Pro fee to add billable time. You can then also have more than 5 team members. Overall I felt it was too basic to suit my needs for a robust time tracking and billable platform, like I've found more so in Harvest.
Gripes I sent to Toggl support include:
Sunday 24 July 2011
aymo is the app I’ll be using to run my business starting next week. After searching for an app with a feature wishlist that is pretty much summarized by Paymo’s actual feature list, and an implementation that doesn’t make me hate time-tracking, I’m sold.More about Paymo
Friday 04 May 2012
Overall, the app is feature rich and the interface is amazing. Depending on how you like to work, you can keep it open as a window on the desktop, or send it to the menu bar for a more unobtrusive monitoring.More about Time Sink
Sunday 23 March 2014
Toggl is a leading time tracking program with an outstanding web interface. It lacks some core functionality of the competing products (auto-stop, auto-start and screenshot monitoring), so if you intend to use it primarily for employees working on PCs, consider Screenshot Monitor that has equally great web interface and gives you more features on the desktop. But if you do not need screenshot monitoring or have to have Mac, Linux or mobile support, as of 2014 Toggl is the best choice on the market for time tracking applications.More about Toggl
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