Clockshop Lite, is an easy to use time keeper, lets you find and release hidden time resources. It tracks the time you spend working with your applications and documents. With only two mouse clicks you can create a timer and begin to track time
Version: 2.0.3Clockshop Lite, is an easy to use time keeper, lets you find and release hidden time resources. It tracks the time you spend working with your applications and documents.
License: Free To Try $24.95
Operating System: Windows
With only two mouse clicks you can create a timer and begin to track time, and with only two mouse clicks you can view statistics for any timer and for any project.
With Clockshop Lite, you can create any number of clocks for each project, then customize them to monitor your worktime automatically or manually. Perfect for multi-tasking!
View and print relevant statistics - Clockshop Lite's user-friendly interface makes it easier to use than paper!-Fun, and highly graphical user interface
- Track your time and projects and create professional-looking invoices.-Log accurately records each interval of work and rest, so that you can easily determine the ratio of effective time to downtime (wasted time).-Various statistics - graphic, text, log -Automatic time tacking! There is no need to start or stop timers
- Three types of timers: Manual, Applications, Windows Captions (using documents names).-Each timer tracks both - the active work time with a document and downtime, when the document was opened, but you did not work with it.-Printing statistics.-Timers are independence of projects: If you do not want to use projects, simply close the projects window. This will not affect the way the timers work.-Know how much time you work per day
- The user interface makes Clockshop Lite easier to use than paper!-Do you want to know the exact time or your work?-Do you want to effectively plan your time?-Do you want to release hidden time resources?-You'll always know what you did and when.-Estimate your achievements on the statistic page.-Do you want to know the amount of time you spend on the phone, playing games, and working with documents? You may be surprised.-Do you want to recall exactly what you did last week? Last month? At 2 o'clock last Sunday?