Likelihood to Recommend
Suited well for service-based industries where time tracking is essential for billing and revenue. It's also appropriate for both business and personal use. (For example, to track studying hours or education and training time. Less appropriate? Blue collar usage where the traditional time clock/timecard may still come into play
- Let's you time multiple projects in one day.
- Emails you your times so you have them even if you didn't record them.
- Has a widget in the top menu bar of your desktop that's easy to read whether it's on or off.
- One thing I would love to see is integration with my cell phone. Time Doctor already has an app, but I want it to automatically capture the time I spend on my phone with clients. For now I have to manually enter in this time and must note when the call started and when it ended.
- Integration into Wave apps where I generate my invoices. I'd like to be able to select a project from Time Doctor in my invoice and have it automatically populate the time I spent on it and the dates I worked on the project rather than manually finding and entering this information.
Time Doctor 9.1
Based on 1 answer
The support team was very quick in their responses. Have received updates even on weekends which was very impressive.
I have tried other time tracking tools and found them lacking in the way that they track activities or the limited scope of the reports that you can access from them. Time doctor does everything that I want it to do and does it brilliantly
Return on Investment
- On one issue we could ask the freelancer to review his work again and delete the time spent on useless things like watching movie trailers or visiting Facebook.
- On the other hand, workers seem to tend to book in more time if they use time doctor.
Premium Consulting/Integration Services—
Entry-level set up fee?
* per user
Time Doctor Editions & Modules
- 10 or more users
- 10 or more users