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There are a lot of solutions out there for tracking your work time on the web. I did some hunting around recently, and typical pricing for multi-user accounts was in the $20 or more per month range. If that’s too rich for your blood, you might […]

ScreenshotThere are a lot of solutions out there for tracking your work time on the web. I did some hunting around recently, and typical pricing for multi-user accounts was in the $20 or more per month range. If that’s too rich for your blood, you might want to take a look at new entrant TrackMyPeople – who are free while in beta (and possibly afterwards; they haven’t committed one way or the other yet).

TrackMyPeople offers direct time entry, online timers, or time-entry widgets for Windows or Linux (an OS X widget is promised soon). It’s especially strong in reporting, offering multiple views of your cumulated time over various time periods, including fancy graphs. There are a few rough edges in the current beta, but nothing that makes it unusable.

  1. Katherine T Monday, June 9, 2008

    our company just took a few of these online time entry sites for a spin. we ended up picking one called clicktime.com because it was easy and had some great reports. we also had a trial of clockbeat which was free like trackmypeople.com, but was just too basic (no invoicing, etc).

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  2. Katherine, I’m moving my organization to clicktime.com too. I’ve been using the demo for the past few weeks and I find that it strikes just the right balance between ease of use and power features we need.

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  3. I’m using TrackMyPeople for my personal need and 1 freelancer who works for me. The Linux applet is a great addon, and the webinterface looks sweet. I will keep on using it in the future. They are continuously improving the service.

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