A little polish wouldn't hurt, but it does the job well
Updated March 10, 2020

A little polish wouldn't hurt, but it does the job well

Blythe Warwas | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Harvest

We use Harvest across our organization to track all of our time on our own projects, client projects, and really, everything else that goes on! It helps us really understand where our time and money are going, and it's user-friendly for everyone in our organization. I have been using it for almost 2 years, and it has become second nature to switch timers and keep everything on track.
  • Easy to learn.
  • Connects easily to other important software as we use, such as Asana.
  • Highly organizable for all types and sizes of projects.
  • We would like to be able to see on a clock when you started and stopped each time. Harvest will show you this number while the timer is running, but not after the timer has been stopped.
  • Better functionality to warn you when you are almost done with the time you had put in a timer would be good.
  • In the search projects function, it would be nice to be able to view an entire project instead of just the timers within that project.
  • It's helped us be much more accountable for the time we spend on in-house tasks.
  • It has helped us no more accurately how we should bill out our work.
I have never personally had to deal with Harvest's support. I guess the product must work pretty well!

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Harvest is ideal for when we have a big project such as a promotion because we can divide up all of the time into what each department might need. This might include a specific few hours for graphic designers, a specific few hours for social media managers, etc. Later, we can see the specific record of where the time went.

Harvest is sometimes less appropriate when you have a very large number of projects that a lot of people need access to. It still functions well, but it can be difficult to find the specific timer you need mixed into the fray.