Everhour, measure little pieces of time that could save you save thousands.
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April 03, 2019

Everhour, measure little pieces of time that could save you save thousands.

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Overall Satisfaction with Everhour

Everhour is a really extraordinary tool to manage your time. It is so flexible and you can organize it in so many ways. We use it to manage the expended and the estimated time on every project so we can get statistics of how we are doing our work, and help us to make better estimations, review the workflow of our team, and make corporate decisions.

We have an integration plugin of Everhour used with Trello. We use this as our project management tool. We have our backlog in which we have the Sprint estimations with the user stories, and from that we create tasks. The tasks enter in the workflow statuses (To do, Doing, Waiting and Done), and on them, we add the Everhour estimations and the expended time. In that way we can observe all of our progress from Everhour, which makes our life a little easier and our work more efficient.
  • Integration with project management tools, like Trello, that makes the project management easier to do because you have metrics and statistics grouped on just one site.
  • Metrics of expended time per user and per project makes decisions easier You can have all the data to support changes or decisions in the company, like rentability of certain type of products offered.
  • The Everhour team is always evolving, so they always ask how you feel about everything and if anything is not working as expected. You are always surprised with new improvements that you didn't think could be useful but that end up adding value to your business.
  • At the moment, I have always expected a mobile app, or at least a PWA so you can manage your time in case you forgot to do it, and not to have to enter it on the web site.
  • Could have a system of alerts in case a task is currently started but has a significant amount of time required, like more than 3 hours. In my case that just happens if I forgot to stop the timer.
  • The reports are great but have some things to improve, like if you have several projects on Scrum and you want a report for all the tasks done on a month.
  • A better understanding of time expected to spend on a certain type of task, so we can make better estimations, and in the end, return the investment made in the first place.
  • All of these timing tools always could have a negative impact on the team that uses it, because it's like we are seeing the time you take to do anything and we are measuring it all. That's not the best approach for everyone, but it still helps them with time management.
  • Adding time to this tool takes additional time that we weren't taking into account, but in the end, we understand that this time was part of our process and we also have to include in our estimations plans.
There are several alternatives to Everhour, all of them are time trackers, but all of them are too corporate. We needed a flexible tool, that could be adjusted to our workflow and our way to do things. Everhour was chosen because of that. It's a really flexible and adaptive tool to work with.
Everhour is useful in every environment where you need the measure of time for certain tasks. In most cases, this could be project management but it could also include trips or travels, conferences, congresses, or several other things that you need to take control of the time used. Its less appropriate if you are going to measure things in weeks or days, it's better to measure smaller pieces of time like minutes of hours, so you could have a more useful metrics to work with.