TimeKeeper is a simple time tracking application. Keep track of your day to day activities when working on your Mac.
* track activities you are currently working on
* mark activities as invoiced
* prefix projects with @ and tasks with # in activity text
* autocomplete projects/tasks when entering activity
* add/edit/delete earlier activities
* view reports for week/month or all activities
* export activities to CSV and XML files
* import activities from XML file
* copy activities from report to spreadsheet/word processor application
* Status Bar icon/timer to easily switch between recent activities, stop current activity, view report, view current activity duration
* backup and sync data to iCloud, Dropbox
* idle time detection
* global hotkey
Fixes activity synchronisation in macOS Big Sur
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Simple, exactly what I want… except…..
I love the simplicity of this app. Type in project/task, start, stop, total for week or month and done. The only thing this app NEEDS is a mobile versoin that integrates with the desktop version. This would make it a 4.5 star app and be everything that I NEED. I do have a WANT is just a little bit different interface in the Timekeeper window. Maybe have a list style window, wher I can just click on the project, then have a drop down submenu to choose task, then just be able to hit start stop at will with a button next to it. Then when I switch tasks, I just highlight the next project in the list and hist start stop. I WANT this because I switch between projects sometimes every five minutes. Since I'm an independant contractor that works in social media/marketing/entertainment, I can spend time on up to 10 projects in a day, each one having different billable clients. Sometimes I might have an email pop up for client A, while I'm working on a proposal from client B. So I need to quickly stop the time tracking for client B, start it on client A, read/espond to email, stop on client A, then start back up on client B…. Also I wouldn't mind having a view option where it is all one window. I like to visually verify that my time start/stop is being recorded in the Report window… Then it would be a five star app. Again love the simplicity and the price! AWESOME!!!
What I was looking for
Famous time-trackers like Toggl and Harvest have too many features, including their account and sync services which is sometimes buggy. This is the app I wanted: A simple, no-nonsense native Mac app that just tracks my time and gives me simple reports of how much time I’ve spent on every part. It also exports data in good formats which makes it easy for me to get more specific reports if I want to. The fact that it’s also a well-designed Mac app that follows the HIG and feels native is a big plus too.
Ackward interface and Unflexible app
The app is not friendly in its use, not allowing the inclusion of multiple tasks under one project for organization purposes
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.