Whether you want to keep track of the time you work at home or for billable hours or if you need to limit your web browsing in order to keep on task, these time trackers are invaluable tools to keep yourself organized and focused.
- Harvest. Track your work time, log expenses, and invoice clients with this powerful and intuitive tool that has different versions for different business needs.
- SlimTimer. If you work from home, this tool will help you track your hours, create tasks, and run reports for free.
- Toggl. This time management tool not only tracks time and creates invoices, it integrates with Basecamp and offers desktop widgets and an iGoogle gadget.
- Time Tracker. This Firefox add-on times your browsing sessions and allows you to set up “work” sites that do not count as unproductive browsing time.
- Wakoopa. Track the time you spend using various apps and create visibly pleasing graphs to quickly understand your usage.
- RescueTime. Like Wakoopa, this tool will track your usage, but unlike Wakoopa, you can set limits to where you browse and will receive reminders when you have run out of time.
What tools do you use to keep track of your time, client time, etc? Leave a comment.