Time-tracking without your involvement
A timer is a good companion for when you’re working on Mac, and want to know how much time you spend on particular projects. But only if the timer itself doesn’t eat your time requiring on/off switching. Timemator is a smart timer that works on its own, capturing and auto-tracking everything you do.
It might be one project you want to track or dozens. Timemator brings everything into one activity timeline — without you lifting a finger. Whenever you need to see where your time goes, just check the timeline. And with just a few mouse clicks you can assign this time to your projects.
Tell Timemator what programs and files you intend to use within a project and the app will set up the tracking. You can also click on any entry on your activity timeline and create auto-tracking rules for it. The timer will start and stop whenever needed. All by itself.
Timemator understands what kinds of tasks you embrace. If you’re a designer, it will know when you design in Sketch, research a project, or have a meeting. The same works with development tools and tons of other Mac programs — Timemator recognizes your tasks to ensure accurate tracking.
If you don’t want the tracking to work on its own, Timemator enables you to take control into your own hands. Use the traditional start/stop buttons on the timer anytime. You can also edit the entries and set up new timing sessions flexibly.
See how you manage your time in Timemator’s detailed reports. The app stores data about your time-tracking sessions to showcase the progress over time, as well as has a daily view outlining recent activities. You can even add your hourly rate for every specific project, and Timemator will track how much you earn.