Top time tracking tool for project management - especially Asana
December 07, 2018

Top time tracking tool for project management - especially Asana

Dimitris Rakopoulos | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Everhour

We use Everhour as a time tracking tool that is integrated to Asana - our project management tool. It is used by the entire company. It helps us track the time for all tasks that are assigned to the team members. It is a significantly helpful tool to keep track of project estimates and invoice client for tasks.

Since it works as an integration for Asana it makes our life so much easier because the time tracking is done directly from the task within Asana.

Managers can have a bird's eye view of the time schedule of all members of the team.


  • Time tracking for tasks within projects.
  • Time scheduling for team members.
  • Invoicing based on tasks.
  • Track expenses related to tasks/projects.


  • Better support for limiting actual time vs estimates - probably alerts.
  • Better tracking of Asana sub-tasks.
  • Better integration between time and Asana availability for tasks.
  • Easy of calculating time and invoicing.
  • Understanding the actual work done within the organization.
  • Better allocation of resources.
  • Harvest
I briefly used Harvest but I felt right at home with Everhour. It works better for me as a whole. It is more appealing to the eye as well. Even though Harvest works directly with Asana, Everhour offer more functionality with the use of the Chrome add-on. Then again I have sent far less time on Harvest to fully explore it.
Everhour is an amazing time tracking tool and can be used for any task-based project. If combined with Asana or other project management tools, it works almost fluently and without any issues.

If restriction of tasks is essential, then Everhour will not work as expected. The users will see if more time is used - provided an estimate is defined - but it will notify or limit the user.


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