Timing tracks your time so you don't have to.
Have you ever spent all day in front of your Mac, just to wonder where the heck all that time went?
You could use a time tracker.
But to be honest, time tracking sucks.
You have to start and stop timers and enter what you did.
And if you forget that, you are back to square one.
Not so with Timing. Instead of making you do all the work, Timing automatically tracks how you spend your time. It logs which apps you use, which websites you visit, and which documents you edit. And if you are a freelancer, you can export that data to create invoices.
After tracking, you can drag and drop activities into projects. Some general categories like "Web Browsing", "Office" and "Games" have already been prepared for you, but you can customize them any way you like.
Easily review what you've done this week with just one click. Sophisticated graphs show you how you spent your time each day and which projects (or websites *cough* Facebook *cough*) consumed most of your time. And if you need the raw data to create invoices, Timing can export it as CSV or JSON for further processing!
These are just a few of the applications for which Timing can track the document path or visited website:
- Chrome & Chromium
- MS Office
- OpenOffice & LibreOffice
- Parallels Desktop (app name and window title of Windows apps in Coherence mode are tracked)
- TextWrangler & BBEdit
- QuickTime Player
- VLC Player
Check the list at http://timingapp.com/faq.php#compatibility for a more extensive list. Even if the document path isn't available for some other apps, Timing will automatically fall back to the window title!
Tracking is automatically suspended after a configurable time of inactivity. It will resume as soon as you return to the computer.
Download Timing today and never worry about forgetting to log time again!