Use TimeMyDay to record your work on different projects. Start a timer at the beginning of the work and stop it at the end, and TimeMyDay will record the activity. You can insert missed events and reset the start or stop times. TimeMyDay has many ways of displaying your recorded information allowing easy analysis and reporting. See the TimeMyDay Support website and click on 'Step by Step' for demo videos.
Updates the iCal sync code to operate on Sierra without complaint.
Ratings and Reviews
I actually had a little trouble with the first version but after putting up my origional review I was contacted by the developer personally to determine the issue. Not only was the personal attention flatering, but I have to say I'm extremely happy with version 1.1.1 as it works like a charm. It's exactly what I need as a freelancer to keep track of the 10,000 differnt projects pulling at me through out the day from different customers. Great App! Total Life Saver!
I am disappointed with the usibility of the app. It didn't match my expectations. Really small things like updating the end time based on start time re-entry is lacking. Help menu could have been more interactive or at least could have included pictures. That being said, I think it still have the potential to be a really useful application, if the developers adjust the UX in the next versions.
Don't bother to buy it..
A complete waste of a perfectly good $20. Nothing is intuitive in the GUI and the Help files are just words with no screen shots or even reference to which screen you should be using. There is no help on mouse over either. It just might do for someone who is always at their machine and wants to record every minute of every thing that they do in real time, but for retroactive timekeeping it's useless.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.