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In addition, to that, the frequent pop-up and question feature in regard to what someone is doing right now makes capturing time for projects really easy. Also, I like the auto pause function. It helps to stop the time while not being on the computer and asks you on return if you spent the time working.
The only feature that is not there at the moment and which I would love to see in the future is the "time budget for project" feature.
All in all, we love to use time doctor and do so every day. Thank you so much for the great software.
- Poor time use reports
- Daily nice formatted overview emails
- Question of time use after returning to PC
- No time budget can be set up on projects
- Every user costs extra
- Sometimes the prompting question is annoying
Time doctor is not that suitable when a customer has paid for a specific time, like let's say 24 hours per month SEO optimisation and you would like to know if that time budget is already exceeded and got billed or not.
- Record the time in very accurate way.
- Web dashboard and application both are easy to use.
- Gives us warning if we are doing non-important things like Facebook, YouTube etc.
- Time doctor support is very kind, they hear our problems and that I like most.
- In billing once a card is added we cannot delete that. So it should be like we can delete the old one and add the new one.
- In the desktop application its starts recording time when we set the task name and press enter, instead of that we should click on a start button.
- In an account we need to define some sites' URL, so whenever a user opens that it stops recording time without his permission.
- Good management of team members.
- Accurate time log reports.
- Allow small freelancing teams like ours to use our own branding in the report.
- Add some more features to request payments from the clients.
But, when it comes to managing a large team like more than 20-30 team members, then I guess, the cost will be an issue.
- Distractions such as YouTube and Facebook are tracked accurately and are reported as poor use of time.
- Random screen shots taken at regular intervals gives insight on the progress of a project.
- Daily and weekly reports are extremely helpful in providing a broader look at the team's efficiency.
- User Interface and design looks a little dated
Not suited to track personal distractions like you do on RescueTime.
- It allows for you to manage multiple users effectively. Which means it is a one stop shop.
- Screen shots become necessary when you are having issues with someone getting a task done on time and can have an honest discussion.
- It has many channels and ways it can be used for all different kinds of work.
- UI/UX it can get a bit bulky and hard to use.
Not as effective with developers as they work on many different devices.
- We start to measure how much time they are using for different tasks so we optimize the tasks.
- Also people start to see how much time they work and they start to care more about working hours.
- We need integration with ManageEngine Service Desk Plus.
- We also need integration with Assembla.
- A staff member was using most of the day for usual and mundane tasks so I was able to contact her and get her back on the priority task.
- A staff member was using company time to do personal shopping, which is not allowed.
- All staff members have an opportunity to see where their time can be better utilized that has increased productive work to 90% as opposed to 40% before Time Doctor.
- Projects and tasks could be improved, if tasks are created for a project, the user is not able to select a task.
- Screenshots are excellent.
- Being able to break time down into tasks is very useful.
- Reports and analysis are great at the end of each week.
- I'd like to see more whole life tracking for example being able to put sleep hours in but not have that on a work report etc.
- When tracking 3 people I'd like 3 different screenshots streams 1 for each person at the moment they are combined into 1 stream.
- Tracking time of remote employees is a breeze.
- Even when there is poor connectivity or no connectivity, the use of time doctor enables positive reporting.
- The flexibility in tracking time and monitoring productivity at the same time by giving control to the users to track their own time is genius.
- The mobile app for owners/managers managing the team can have an overhaul.
- The tracking app can have conditional alerts, example if I have facebook.com on a list, and when the user visits the site, it could pop-up that you are on a non-productive site.
- Daily check of timesheets and time use details given for each project
- On a monthly basis having an overview of time use and project timing
- Keep people on track - it is good to show the pop-up so that they are not distracted with social media or non-work related websites
- Quicker, easier project addition to the panel
- Better task management tools integration
- Screenshots. Very great feature.
- Prompts when employee is away...reminding them to clock their time.
- Ease of dashboard use.
- No screenshots for mobile use time logging...though I don't know how that would be done anyway. My employee said that Time Doctor was slowing down her computer, so she was logging her time on her phone--but then I couldn't see the screenshots.
- Tech support is a little hard sometimes.
- I can see when my employees were working on a project and when they are not.
- I can later check how much time we spend on each task.
- Our clients can see that we were working on.
- When we archive project on Asana it is not archived in time doctor.
- Sometimes it calculates wrong, actually adding to the wrong task. We had that issue earlier but hopefully we won't anymore.
- Most important thing: if we by mistake turn on the wrong task, and then later realise that, it would be great if when we edit the task name, the software is able to add print screens which already exist with the new name, and actually keep them. At the moment, when we change a task name, time doc looses print screens, and that is hard to explain to clients.
- Easy site to set up on inception
- Intuitive site so little need to consult help staff for user support
- Price point ideal for start ups
- Automatically starts recording. So time is accounted for.
- Be able to allocate time to projects.
- Produce time sheets for users.
- Be able to have a task tagging system or multiple categories so I can track categories of time in different ways at the same time.
- Keeps the developers focused on the tasks by taking screen shots from their workstations.
- I hope to see integrations with some payment gateways, so the team payment can also be managed through Time Doctor
Time Doctor Scorecard Summary
About Time Doctor
Time Doctor is a time tracking and productivity app that aims to make sure users get a lot more done each day.
Time Doctor helps eliminate distractions and helps users see exactly where time was spent each day. It analyses which websites were visited and what applications were used on their computer.
There are also team reports for exact time worked and when each person was working or on a break, or in meetings away from the computer.
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|On-premise Edition||Pricing Details||Terms|
|Enterprise||15% discount||10 or more users|
|SaaS Edition||Pricing Details||Terms|
|Enterprise||15% discount||10 or more users|
Time Doctor Support Options
|Free Version||Paid Version|
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Time Doctor Technical Details
|Deployment Types:||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems:||Windows, Linux, Mac, Chrombook|
|Mobile Application:||Apple iOS, Android, Mobile Web|
|Supported Languages:||English, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, French, German, Turkish|