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time tracking apps

Hey, I've got few questions:
Do you use time tracking applications for work?
Do you like it or you find current time management software frustrating? At what points?
Do you often lose track of billable time spent on projects ?
What would your ideal time management software work be? In background mode without using too much of your attention?

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Yes I do.

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I use Outlook's Calendar and put in entries when I work on a project so I can go back and total it up later. I found it easy to use over time tracking apps.

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time tracking apps

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I use Toggl. This app really helps me keep track of time. He paid but there is a trial version.

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Yes, I use a time tracking app.

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I use Hubstaff to track all my work projects. It is cross-platform and has iPhone & Android app. Also, it seamlessly integrates with PayPal & QuickBooks allowing me to do the invoicing quickly. It has a free solo plan too. I must add that they have a good customer support too.

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Time tracking - AgendaGuru

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I found AgendaGuru (www.agendaguru.com) and it is perfect rescheduling tasks in my agenda!
I had a major issue with my deadlines and, as a consequence, I had to work all night long to compensate...
I thought it would be good to have a software that would automatically reschedule my tasks in the calendar, until I finished the one I was working on and I found one that does precisely that: AgendaGuru and it seems to be extraordinarily simple!
It is still a beta version and only available online for computers... Has anyone tested it?

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