Remote working is often about practicing what you preach. Got an outdoor adventure brand? No chaining your employees to their desks then. Built your company late at night? Forget the nine to five. But what if your company is all about tracking time? Harvest explains.
If you’re just getting started out as a freelancer, the sheer volume of advice out there about what software to pick up can be intimidating. Luckily, there’s a new Mac software bundle that actually acts as a really good one-stop shopping solution for new freelancers.
Being able to work online has its benefits, such as having the flexibility to work nontraditional hours with clients from countries around the world, but it’s also easy to get distracted. Fortunately, there are several tools available to help improve concentration and productivity.
There have been a number of recent productivity apps to help individuals track where their time goes. TimeDoctor offers to do the same thing for companies, including those with remote teams, by tracking the time that remote employees spend on different tasks.
RescueTime makes time tracking and monitoring tools for organizations and individuals. A new addition to the RescueTime stable is the Productivity Meter, an extension for Chrome and Firefox that automatically tracks the amount of time you spend on different web sites.
I actually love working in Freckle. What that said, it’s always been kind of a hassle to take time tracking info from Freckle and build my invoices, so I was thrilled to hear that the Freckle team had added invoicing to the service.
The folks at workingProgram have just released a new version of their time tracking tool Qlockwork, and to celebrate have kindly offered us three licenses of the app (which retails for $49.95) to give away.
Most time tracking and management applications require some up front work before you can roll with them, but not Chrometa. This app starts working for you as soon as you install it. Running in the background, Chrometa tracks all your computing activities.
This year, in an effort to get a better grip on the ways I generate income, I’ve been looking for a free, simple app that will allow me to track my income easily.This was my first priority; I wanted to track my time more closely as well.
Lots of clients like you to track your time and submit reports detailing your daily activities, so they know their money is being spent well. It’s good practice for them, and it’s good practice for you