Clockify 1.8.8 LATEST
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Clockify for PC is primarily a browser app, but you can also install it on your computer as a Windows desktop app to make time tracking more convenient. You can track how many hours you spend working on tasks from the Windows application, and then run reports, manage projects, and review timesheets in the browser version. Start and stop the timer as you work on projects, or enter all your work hours manually in a timesheet.
Report a week's worth of time in less than a minute. Simply select predefined tasks, enter your hours, and you are done. See where you spend time and what your team is working on. See who worked on what and how much, and how much you need to bill clients or pay employees. Overview of all logged hours and money for each day in the week, broken down by person and project. See and edit every person's time entries. Or, download full-time logs in Excel.
Invite people to your account so they can record their attendance and track how much time they spend on activities. Track time on projects and watch their progress, budget, and how close you are to finishing them. Extend Clockify's core functionality with extra features to boost your productivity even further.
Features and Highlights
Time tracking in the Windows app is quick and easy - all it takes is one click.
Clockify for Windows is the only time tracker that comes with premium features and unlimited users for free.
Track time using a timer
Click "Start" when you start working and "End" when you're finished.
Add time manually
Switch to manual mode and add how much time you've worked on an activity.
Track time even if you don't have an internet connection.
Track time on projects
Track time you spend working on projects and compare estimated vs tracked time.
Start/stop the timer with a project already selected.
Shortcuts (coming soon)
Quickly fill in time details by using @project, #tag, and $ syntax.
Reminders (coming soon)
Get notifications when you forget to start the timer.
Note: Limited functionality in demo version.