Time Doctor a Clear Winner
November 28, 2016

Time Doctor a Clear Winner

Marc Harty | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Time Doctor

We use Time Doctor to track everything. It's helpful to track billable time. We also use it to monitor education and training hours. The problems Time Doctor solves are quite extensive: it shows exactly how much time a project takes. So if we underestimate, now we know better. Second, it shows where time is fragmented or lost (via screen captures) so that helps us realize where we can be both more efficient and more effective.
  • Tracked time both macro (categories) and micro (down to the project and the tasks)
  • Reminded us when we went off task and got lured in via social media
  • Provides us with detailed reports to share with joint venture partners, clients and more
  • Navigation on the website: chunk the information into smaller categories so things won't be missed.
  • More graphical displays of time usage other than bar graphs
  • More tips on how to categorize time and how best to track it
  • Positive: helped us revise our estimates and billing rates since we have more intel on where the time is going.
  • Helpful and positive with tracking joint projects with other companies where a revenue split is directly related to time invested.
  • Kanbanflow
We previously used the time tracking component within Kanbanflow.com. However, it was confined to a specific task and we needed something more holistic. Enter Time Doctor! The difference between the two was night and day. I know there are other similar time tracking apps that exist that we could have investigated. We started with Time Doctor Lite and that gave us enough of a taste to upgrade to Pro.
Suited well for service-based industries where time tracking is essential for billing and revenue. It's also appropriate for both business and personal use. (For example, to track studying hours or education and training time. Less appropriate? Blue collar usage where the traditional time clock/timecard may still come into play.