By Fat Apps, LLC
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TaskLog makes time tracking simple.
Ever wonder where all your time is spent during the day? Let TaskLog help you find out. Type in what you're working on, and TaskLog will time it for you. TaskLog is always available in your menu bar, and will get out of your way while you work. When your task a done, a single click is all it takes to finish it. Spend less time tracking your time, and more time doing your work.
View daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly reports. Export to CSV, or copy to the clipboard for easy pasting into documents or email. Full-text search to easily locate only the tasks you're interested in.
TaskLog. Time tracking, simplified.
• Effortless time tracking - two clicks to start a task, one click to finish.
• Always easily accessible right from your menu bar.
• Simple, intuitive user interface.
• Easily add, delete, or edit tasks.
• View daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly reports.
• Export tasks to CSV.
• Copy tasks to the clipboard for easy pasting into documents or email.
• Customizable hotkeys for starting, editing, and finishing tasks.
• Retina graphics.
"The Very Coolest, Easiest, Fastest Way To Track What You Do On Your Mac Each Day"
--Kate MacKenzie, Mac360.com
"You won’t find other task time tracking apps that do more for less"
--Ron Mcelfresh, McSolo.com
What's New in Version 1.1.2
• Mac OS 10.9 bug fixes
• Fixed a bug which caused tasks to not appear in the Task Log window (10.9 only)
• Fixed an icky redraw error when finishing a timer (10.9 only)
• Fixed a bug which caused the task edit field to not get the focus when using hotkeys when the TaskLog window is open
• Added a way to clear the Recent Tasks menu
• Made it an option to blink paused tasks in the menu bar
• Disabled popover animation to make task entry more zippy
Easy to use, I’m more productive and able to prove it
Since I started splitting time between office and home, l I wanted was a simple way to keep track of my work time and keep record of what I was working on and when. All other solutions I looked at, had more features than I wanted or needed. My company already uses project management software, so I didn’t need a calendar or task manager. Just a stop watch and a list. This app is PERFECT for me.
The interface is sparse and utilitarian, which I appreciate. Plain = a small, lean app. The ingenuity is in the way it works not the way it looks.
Sometimes I forget to pause or end a task, but that’s a habit to learn.
Definitely, since I started using this app I am much more aware of where I spend too much time (editing and rewriting) and not enough time (everything else).
Highly recommend this app.
Superbly effective and simple
I use TaskLog to help me track and focus on the small tasks that need to get done; things that take 1-30 minutes long. The keyboard shortcuts are ideal, and make it fast to use TaskLog so that it fits nicely into my workflow. I tried about 6 different task tracker/motivating applications, but none were controllable from the keyboard which made them too burdensome for very short tasks.
Some things I would like added:
* Seconds — I like to race against myself and it would be nice to have seconds displaying in the menubar
* Target duration — I would like an optional target duration. Beside being a good self motivation technique, it is also helps you see how well you can estimate the time to complete a task. In the menubar it could display as a countdown timer, and go negative if you miss the target.
Simple - Missing one key feature for me
I’m a programmer and use this app to keep track of my billable hours. I have multiple projects I work on at a time, so in order to accurately sum up my time I have to really carefully name each task so it sorts properly when exported to excel. Otherwise, I thoroughly enjoy that I have it in my top menu bar so I can remember to pause / unpause the tracker.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Oct 28, 2013
- Version: 1.1.2
- Size: 3.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Fat Apps, LLC
- © 2012 Fat Apps, LLC
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor