View Full Version : Mac/Windows: ADD'rs Time Tracking App (OfficeTime)


ZappedMind
06-23-08, 12:21 PM
I wanted to tell you all, I found the best Time Tracking application. It runs on Mac and Windows, and well, I use it under the Mac platform, but it works wonderful and it seems to be built with ADHD'rs in mind.

For example, if I start a timer on a project, and then decide to go get something to drink 30 minutes later, but don't stop the timer, and then get side-tracked on something else it, will ask me when I get back... you have been inactive for 45 minutes, do you want to subtract that time! Yes, No, or apply to Another project (ie, detraction).

HOW COOL IS THAT?

Time tracking is the worst thing for me, and this is the first time Ive been able to keep track of time on a consistent basis and just knowing that it calculates time I've been gone when I don't stop the timer, is just awesome.

http://www.officetime.net

:)

nikkiana
06-23-08, 01:12 PM
Oooh. That one's fancy! Might have to check that out. Thanks.

iamsuperman
05-11-11, 03:53 AM
Another great software for time tracking of employees (http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/04/windows/business/download-time-doctor-free.html) is Time Doctor software. This software provides enough monitoring to make sure that a person is really working. Silently records application and Internet usage for all users during work time.

Tracking time for your business can help you increase your productivity, improve working process and empower your business!

kennvc
05-27-11, 12:22 PM
Also look at the Time & Attendance software from Replicon (http://www.replicon.com). It features web-based timesheets and calendars so you can use it from anywhere. It also integrates with QuickBooks.

Yaaziel
07-11-11, 11:25 AM
I LOVE Grindstone, but sadly it only runs on Windows at this time. Had to drop after making The Switch, as it didn't really work for me running it in VMWare Fusion.

I'm now using Things for home stuff and Task Coach for work that needs to be tracked for pay. I'm making a note of the programs you mention, though. I just can afford any new software right now, and Task Coach is free.

Yaaziel
08-26-11, 12:39 PM
Started using an app called Pester: just a really good timer for things I need to remember the same day, and don't want to bother putting into my calendar. Really powerful, and seems unlimited.