The Best Time Tracking App for Windows

This looks pretty fantastic. Do you have any suggestions for time tracking apps – for Windows, Mac, or Linux? I’ve had great luck with RescueTime, but I can definitely use something like Klok for tracking time on consulting projects manually.

The Best Time Tracking App for Windows

There are a number of different ways to track your work time, but for the majority of people, something like the free, cross-platform Klok is perfect for managing your workday, seeing how long your projects take, and tracking how you spend your time.

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4 thoughts on “The Best Time Tracking App for Windows”

  1. I’ve heard lots of good things about Klok. I might check it out.
    I’m also into employee monitoring tools, mainly because it is not only a great help for the owners but for the Accountants as well. It makes their job easier, on monitoring and calculating the work hours of the staff.
    However, choosing what time tracking tool to use is difficult. Most web-based online tools are flawed. Choosing carelessly might just be a waste of money and you might use a software that doesn’t really track time accurately. Reading reviews like this is a big help! But if you’ve been eyeing on a tool you like but you’re still not convinced, try looking for other alternative just to make sure. I’ve recently bumped into a blog that could help you.

  2. Project monitoring applications should certainly help project supervisors to keep projects within time frame and spending budget according to the initial established strategy. This is an essential feature that any kind of project management or time tracking software must have.

  3. Without any doubt Rescue Time is a great app. But here I’d like to recommend one platform independent time tracking tool, Proofhub. Has timesheet and gantt chart too.

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