TimeTag – Time Logging for Freelancers, Professionals and Contractors | Best Apps and Games 13 June,2019

TimeTag – Time Logging for Freelancers, Professionals and Contractors

Time is the one resource we can’t get more of. We can only manage it— so why use a tool that takes more time than it gives back? That’s why we created TimeTag, our timekeeping and time management app for iOS and macOS.

TimeTag is a time management tool designed for on-the-go freelancers and people who want to track their time quickly and easily.

TimeTag brings everything you would want from a timesheet just a few clicks away.

TimeTag intelligently organizes and groups all your time records so you can see how your time was spent at a glance. Exporting is simple, and generates spreadsheets and reports that can be used by other apps and services.

TimeTag offers these great benefits:

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* Effortless time recording with a simple 1-click start and stop button
* View accurate time stats down to the second
* See how your time is spent through tags and categories, which are like tasks and projects
* Save time by automatically generating Excel and Numbers compatible spreadsheets with the click of a button
* Spend less time tracking your time and more time focusing on what matters most to you: your life!
* No limit to the tags, records and categories you can create
* Don’t stress about forgetting time records or leaving a timer running too long — all records can be edited easily, or added in after the fact.


* Support for full screen and split screen mode
* A simple filter tool to total and export only the records that matter most to you

-The user interface got an update to be brighter and bolder! The categories and tags window in particular were slightly redesigned and cleaned up.


-You can now close the main window (cmd-W), and the app won’t quit. To bring it back, you can click the dock icon or just go to "Window" Menu and bring back the main window.
-You can start a new timer or stop all timers from the dock icon!

-Double clicking a time record row when you already had a window open now properly updates it–so you don’t need to close the window just to open a new one.
-Fixed the totals button showing only a subset of the hours
-Fixed a bug where you’d full screen the app while hiding records (which resulted in a terrible, weird screen)


-Fixed an issue where the font size wouldn’t adjust properly in the timers view or your text would be left-justified when it was meant to be centered.

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