As a boy growing up in the Midwest I learned much from simple sayings. “I don’t have a dog in that fight” comes to mind, as does “Performance measured is performance improved.” We Mac users get plenty of work done each day, right? Right?
How would we know unless we have a way to track what we do? I like Mac applications where the name tells the tale of the tape. Work Tracker? Now, that’s an app that does what you think it does. Simply put, it tracks what you do on your Mac– activities, tasks, and jobs– anything that needs to be tracked.
Track Me, Baby
When it comes to using a Mac at work for work or even play, the better way to know how well the Mac works for us is to track what we do. Work Tracker does that. It tracks and records time and helps to document details for various jobs. Promotionally, you get this:
Powerful functions such as: Planning- and Cash Up feature, Time Limits, the History Feature, Network Time Tracking, and many others. Work Tracker is also equipped with iCloud synchronization, which allows users to synchronize jobs between multiple Macs.
Individually, you get to see tasks, details, time tracked, dates, etc. All with a click.
Another saying I heard while growing up is, “Time is money.”
That means the time we devote to a task can be translated into money. Professionals know this. In fact, almost any trade where time is a major component has a method to track time and assign it to a task or project.
That’s what Time Tracker does.
Mac users can measure and manage time for tasks and combine them into jobs or projects, track them daily, weekly, or monthly, and even set up time limits to improve efficiency. Time Tracker is a good way to assign a dollar amount to a task or time– either fixed hourly wage or an amount attached to a job.
Work Tracker doesn’t handle billing and invoicing, of course, but it does track the details for jobs and that’s where the money starts. Data can be categorized by job, task, and tags, then saved data to iCloud Drive to use between Macs.
Just one. There is not an iPhone version and that would be very handy.