Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Timely App Turns Your Calendar Into A Time Tracker

One of the most important things a small business manager can do is make sure that everyone is taking on a fair share of the workload. If some are taking on a bigger share of the work than others, it can lead to hurt feelings and inefficiency. Timely is an app that hopes to make that task easier to manage by thinking about how much time everyone is spending on work in total.

Unlike other apps that focus on when you worked on a specific task or project, Timely starts with a more high-level view of your work week. You estimate how long you’ll take to work on a project on an upcoming day and use that to decide how much more work to take on or
meetings to have. Once that day arrived, you’d use the app’s timers to verify how long it actually took, and by entering billing rates you can even tell how much clients owe for your work.

It’s been available on iOS and the web for about six months now, and today the six-person team is releasing a new feature that lets you import meetings and events from your calendar so that you don’t have to enter the same information across multiple apps.

Timely is free to use as an individual, but you’re limited on the number of projects you can manage at once. It makes the most sense to use Timely as a team or company on one of its paid plans, which start at $49 per month for a team of five.

Culled from TechCrunch

4 comments:

  1. Today in this contemporary world time is considered as one of the valuable asset that no one wants to ignore or loose. Practically to save a lot amount of time, people thinks in different way and deploy or even implement strategies to line up with. One of the best way to manage the time and keeps track of the same which I prefer is to use the software or if possible apps which are meant for the mobile devices because today every one is going ahead with a mobile at any cost.

    But what tool would be most preferable, thinking differently in the respective manner, the time tracking keeps utmost importance. A good time tracking always helps us managed with the time in the respective level.

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  2. Great feature. I know that www.timecamp.com also has this feature. It's called graphical timesheet. Is this the same ?

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