The app monitors which apps and document you use. As a result, you have a timesheet record for every moment you spend working on a computer.
Most interesting features:
Download the app from the https://painlesstracker.com After downloading follow the typical installation process for the corresponding OS.
By default information about apps and documents that you use never leaves your device. However, we collect information about the total amount of hours you have tracked with the Painless Time Tracker. Also, we monitor which part of the Painless Time Tracker do you use, e.g. how often do you use export to excel functionality. It is used to improve the app and for marketing purposes.
The app itself is a desktop app. Typically it is hidden in the tray.
This is how does it look on the MacOS interface.
You can always open the dashboard if you click on the tray icon.
When you open the app, the first screen is a dashboard. It shows time records for the selected day. The records are added to the list automatically. They are placed on the calendar-like interface. Every horizontal line takes 1 hour.
You can see details of each time period by clicking on it.
Summary of the time usage available on the reports page. It's possible to filter time records by tag and dates. Selected timesheets can be exported to the excel file.
Use custom tags and colors. The app uses AI to learn your tags and automatically assign them for the future time periods. For example, you work on a word document with a title how to pee in the space, and you give that time period a tag #apollo. Next time, when you work on the same document, tag #apollo will be assigned automatically.
In the example below I have associated tag #relax with youtube music.
Do not forget to set up auto-start to have all the time inventoried.
The app will be started automatically after restarts if the Autolaunch option is enabled.
Do not hesitate to send me a message to firstname.lastname@example.org when you need any kind of help.