TimeTracker is a tool designed to automatically capture users’ professional productivity, generating accurate, comprehensive timesheet drafts for easy review, modification, and submission to existing administrative systems, including many popular ERP platforms.
The results – an accurate assessment of your time, without the burden of the effort or time required to compile and compose your daily timesheet details.
With TimeTracker, users and organizations can boost billable hours, and garner the project and productivity analytics necessary to make intelligent, data-driven business decisions.
For more information on how Openhour’s TimeTracker can integrate with your business, contact our team at email@example.com.
At Openhour, improving productivity is top-of-mind in every feature we build and launch. We’re always striving to find ways to make time tracking easier, and our calendar integration is just one way we’re meeting that goal.
TimeTracker saves you time by automatically tracking activities on your computer and phone, then matching your activity with project codes.
Calendar coordination, with TimeTracker.
The effort required to compare the content of one’s calendars, timesheets, and daily activities demands time that could be better focused elsewhere. TimeTracker saves users time by including scheduled meetings and other activities, removing the need to compare and contrast information across platforms.
By simply inserting #TT into the meeting description on Microsoft Exchange, Google, or iCal calendar, TimeTracker automatically transfers each tagged meeting to your timesheet. And TimeTracker assigns the correct billing code to all meeting participants, saving both you and your colleagues the need to individually enter that time.
Like everything else in Openhour’s TimeTracker solution, you have control and can decide to add/edit/remove any items before submitting.
For those already using TimeTracker, directions to get you started:
- Microsoft Exchange Calendar: Your Administrator can enable TimeTracker for your organization. Once enabled, you can opt-in or -out via the TimeTracker Account Settings. See upper right pull-down in the TimeTracker browser.
- Google Calendar: You can easily configure TimeTracker to retrieve your meetings. You can see instructions here at this Google Calendar blog post.
- iCal Calendar: If you use iCal, here are simple instructions for associating an iCal calendar with a Google Calendar, which TimeTracker can access.
We’re pleased to announce Openhour’s TimeTracker has been nominated for a Reader’s Choice Award in Visual Studio Magazine, among Productivity Tools.
Following our recent integration with Visual Studio 2015, Openhour is excited by the positive feedback received from developers using Microsoft’s comprehensive, application-building platform. TimeTracker users have noted the ease of integration with Visual Studio 2015, and their newfound ability to do more with the workday, relieved of the burden of composing a daily timesheet.
The Openhour team hopes to build upon this encouraging feedback, and we invite you to support us in that process by voting for TimeTracker in Visual Studio Magazine’s annual Reader’s Choice Awards. To vote for Openhour’s TimeTracker, simply access the digital voting form and seek us under Productivity Tools.
We understand this requires your effort and time – two things we want to preserve on your behalf – and we appreciate your vote, immensely.
Starting today, those interested in benefitting from the time-management capabilities of Openhour’s TimeTracker can download the platform via the Visual Studio Gallery.
With our recent Visual Studio 2015 integration, TimeTracker hosts improved functionality for developers working within Microsoft’s comprehensive application-building environment. And for those assessing time daily against a project plan or client requests, TimeTracker can alleviate the burden of documenting one’s spent time; the tool runs in the background, automatically capturing your professional efforts using project codes, ultimately presenting a compiled, fully editable timesheet for your review and submission.
Click here to download Openhour’s TimeTracker from the Visual Studio Gallery.
TimeTracker integrates with an array of tools offered by Adobe, Apple, Google, Intuit, and Microsoft, and we are continually expanding the capacity of Openhour’s premier productivity-focused platform.
Today, we are pleased to announce the integration of TimeTracker with Microsoft Visual Studio 2015.
With TimeTracker automatically capturing time for those building within the Visual Studio Development Environment (IDE), we can help document and understand how developers spend their productive time, and eventually provide thoughtful analytics to guide professional endeavors and improve developers’ overall workday experience.
“Together, Openhour and Microsoft provide a solution that helps developers focus on what matters most,” explains Openhour CEO, Mark Hirsch.
We anticipate further integrations with Microsoft services to better serve Openhour customers – providing fitting solutions for businesses, large and small, and across industries.
Be the first to get TimeTracker for Microsoft Visual Studio 2015. Register here.
TimeTracker integrates fluidly with tools available in Microsoft Office, Google Apps, and Adobe Creative Cloud, as well as productivity applications by Apple, among others.
Today, we are thrilled to highlight our integration of TimeTracker with Intuit QuickBooks. With TimeTracker automatically capturing time, it is now even easier to submit time to QuickBooks, providing a streamlined process for submitting completed projects to clients.
Together, TimeTracker and QuickBooks provide a solution that lets professionals focus on what matters most.
We are encouraged by the partnership with Intuit, and look to continue integrating with Intuit’s other business and financial management solutions for small businesses, consumers and accounting professionals.
Be the first to get TimeTracker for QuickBooks. Simply register here and then in your Account Settings (Preferences section), simply click the “Connect to QuickBooks” button.
For those professionally invested in client services – from a digital creative agency crafting developing applications, to a legal firm verbalizing the respective positions of clientele – it’s likely your day-to-day workplace endeavors are in a constant flux; from new clients to fresh projects, each day invites something different – often requiring a different focus.
TimeTracker is built to adapt with you, to make sure tracking your time remains as effortless as possible.
Your project efforts, captured with ease.
With TimeTracker, you can add, edit, or hide projects in your Projects List at any time. Click the gear icon of the Projects section on the right side of the Calendar View.
If you have an individual account, you’ll be able to Add/Create projects in the same location. If you have a TimeTracker Team or Enterprise account, you’ll be able to Add projects to your list from the organization’s list. Just double-click on a Project to move it into your list.
Your Project List will be visible in all of TimeTracker interfaces – browser, desktop application, and the Adobe Creative Cloud extension. Make a change in one place, and all interfaces will sync.
Within the Edit Projects panel, you make Hide/Unhide a Project by clicking the Eye Icon. This can be particularly useful if your company has numerous ongoing projects. Simply Hide them when you’re done, and Unhide them when they’re needed once more.
We are continually looking for new ways to improve the TimeTracker experience – if you have feedback and a moment to spare, please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.