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Where did the time go?

This week we look at something more generally useful: time tracking tools. Less strictly development,
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Where did the time go?
By Colin Bate • Issue #22 • View online
This week we look at something more generally useful: time tracking tools. Less strictly development, and more productivity. But what developer doesn’t want to be more productive. Let me know if there are any other service types you want me to explore.

How do you record the time it takes you to search for the best time tracker tool? It was questions like this running through my head as I was busy looking into finding the best time tracking tool for my own needs recently. And as I was instinctively looking for free options, I thought that this is the type of tool that can be very useful for developers.
Maybe as a tool to allocate work to different clients for billing purposes as a freelancer or working at an agency. Or perhaps you just want to find out how much time you are spending on your personal projects. Whatever your reason, there are a number of options for tracking your time without breaking the bank.
As mentioned, some of these tools offer extra functionality like billing and invoicing, but I’m not specifically looking for that functionality this issue. One thing that you may want to look into is how well the service integrates with your workflow, either into existing tools, or even just with apps for your platforms.
Clockify
Toggl
TMetric
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