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TimeKeeper is a simple time tracking application. Keep track of your day to day activities when working on your Mac.
* track activities you are currently working on
* mark activities as invoiced
* prefix projects with @ and tasks with # in activity text
* autocomplete projects/tasks when entering activity
* add/edit/delete earlier activities
* view reports for week/month or all activities
* export activities to CSV and XML files
* import activities from XML file
* copy activities from report to spreadsheet/word processor application
* Status Bar icon/timer to easily switch between recent activities, stop current activity, view report, view current activity duration
* backup and sync data to Dropbox
* idle time detection
* global hotkey
What's New in Version 2.2.1
- changed statusbar icon
- allow to set notification interval starting from 1 minute
- fixes crash on OS X 10.7
- other bugfixes
Great App, missing one crucial feature...
I’ve been pretty happy with this so far. It’s simple to use, keeps track of those times that you may forget to turn it off (though with it in the top bar it hasn’t actually happened as much as it used to) and is easily searchable.
My main complaint, and I hope the developers are reading these: is that when you export it doesn’t consolidate activities into a single time.
Generally when I work I’ll turn off my timer whenever I get up to take a break. As a result some jobs will have 5-10 entries. My client doesn’t need to see these, so as a result I’m back to typing names and times into my spreadsheet manually.
Also for export it would be nice to be able to remove the hashtag formatting and simply have the cell be the text following the hashtag. The @ symbol is less of a problem because it represents the client in my system and is simply a tool to consolidate jobs for billing.
Aside from those minor complaints, I would highly recomend this.