They say that time is money. Time is also used to measure our tasks. Projects are made of tasks.
If we can track time we devote to tasks, we’ll know how much time and money go into specific projects. What we need is a Mac app that tracks tasks, assigns tasks to projects, and generates a report that tells us how much time went where, and what it was worth.
Simple Is As Simple Does
The problem that most of us have with time track and task management apps is that they’re just too complicated. What we want is simple, straightforward tracking.
What we need is an easy app that tracks the time for a specific task.
What we need is an app smart enough to attach tasks to projects.
What we need is an app that remembers all those components and can spit out a report with all the details. Oh, and we don’t want to take a college course to figure out how to do it.
That’s pretty much what Chronograph does. It tracks your time on various tasks, attaches the tasks to projects, and gives you a report with the details.
Look at the basic simplicity of the interface.
This is elegance personified. Add a project with click. Add a task to each project. Click to start the time tracking of the task.
That’s really about it.
All that’s require of you is to create the project, create the tasks that make up the project, and click the time tracking button when you work on a specific task.
Behind the scenes, Chronograph measure the time and assigns it to a task.
When you’re ready it creates a report for the project, including the time spent on the task, and the total time of the project.
Using the total time on a project means you can bill your hourly rate, or simply keep track of how much time you’ve devoted so you’ll know how much your time is worth.
Chronograph is drop dead simple to use but does require you to be sufficiently disciplined to click the Start Button to time each task.