Duty is a free application that allows a software developer manage their daily work. Among other features Duty allows you to manage the presence time at work, applications, executed tasks, year working calendar, and much more options.
Version: 3.0Duty is a free application (freeware, can be used and distributed for free) that allows a software development professional manage their work day.
Operating System: Windows
Among other features Duty allows you to manage the presence time at work, applications, executed tasks, year working calendar, and resources (errors, how-to, general information) that you can store to use them when necessary. When entering data into each workday Duty calculates and displays a score in real time for the user to can judge whether the planning and project analysis is correct.
In addition Duty lets you run an analysis between two desired dates showing a complete information on the projects that the developer is working.
Duty also can launch several HTML reports (easy to port, send, and display) and allows us to customize many options, such as logos that will lead our reports.
Duty not only document our daily work, also helps us to be more efficient and detect weaknesses in our project planning.
The application is bilingual (English and Spanish), and has direct help and is very easy to use. This application Duty has user management, therefore can be installed on a local network and operate with different users.
User management has been incorporated into Duty so it can be used by different terminals and users on a local network, but the purpose of this application is to take a personal and individual control by each developer, do not bring a document management at a team level . However there are some functions that can 'share' information such as the resources being shared and visible to all users. And the user administrator can run analysis by each user of Duty.
However standard users can only run analysis on their own
Version 3.0: Changes was made in automatic update and in all paths. Fixed error in 'fixed entries' screen.