Everhour tracks the actual time, not just the estimated.https://www.trustradius.com/time-trackingEverhourUnspecified8.6421012018-10-10T18:35:40.237Z
Updated August 09, 2019
Everhour tracks the actual time, not just the estimated.
Score 9 out of 101
Overall Satisfaction with Everhour
Everhour is being used by my department now, but it's planned to be used across the whole company. We were having problems to track the times of every project and Everhour ended up being the best solution to the issue. We're tracking our tasks involved in every project, in every level (software development, meetings, project management, etc.)
- It tracks the REAL time every employee invests in the project. It's not just a matter of estimated time, but actually a chronometer. This function is the strength of Everhour
- The integration with Asana works very well. This allows us to have well organised projects, with shareable gants with our clients and also to track the hours used in our projects from Asana itself
- The interface is friendly and clear. It allows us to easily correct times if we forgot to turn off the timer.
- An integration with the desktop version of Asana would be useful, as many of our employees use that version.
- A reminder when a task has been running for a while would be useful too, as the user could have forgotten to turn off the timer
- Multiple tasks running simultaneously would be useful, as many times we solve some problems while we are reunited or complete some tasks while other processes are running.
- We're more aware on the investement of hours required in a project, not just the estimated hours but the actual time invested by every member of the team
- Everhour is a good tool to adequate the pricing to the actual investement of hours needed and to bill the clients when the actual time invested exceeded the estimated time
- The members of the team (and i'm speaking for myself too) are now more aware of how much it takes to complete a task. Having this in mind help us to organise our everyday and to know when we are free to take new clients
Toggl was extremely user-unfriendly and had not an integration with Asana (one of our favourite tools). The interface was not easy to use, it was a non-intuitive tool and did not allow us to track time as clearly as Everhour. We used Toggl just for days simultaneously we were testing Everhour and gave up the use very fast.
Everhour is well suited for big teams, where every project depends on different areas and employees. It's good to justify the times used in the projects and also to estimate the dedication needed in a new project, based on previous experiences already tracked with this tool. Maybe it's less appropriate for companies that do not work on multiple projects or with big clients