Hate Late? Then Track Your Time and Set Your Schedule with TimeTracker

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bill-swift - July 9, 2012

There are people who are inherently punctual--you know, the type who always arrives at least a quarter of an hour early to any function or event they go to. And then there's the opposite group of people who can't seem to fix up their schedule and be where they're supposed to be on time.

For the latter group of people, there's a tool called TimeTracker that promises to help people figure out what they've been doing with their time, and then some.

It's especially useful for people who work on time-sensitive projects, thanks to its project tracking system. You can also set it to serve up alarms or reminders to notify you when a deadline is fast approaching, so you can speed things up as necessary to get it done.

The TimeTracker tool is compatible with a host of billing systems, so you can quickly forward your records to SAP, DDS, Microsoft Dynamics, or harvest within a matter of minutes. This is useful if you choose to forward your times sheet to your boss. It's highly secure and private, too. Because if you don't share it, then no one else will have access to it but you, if that's how you want it.

Head on over to the TimeTracker to take a product tour or sign up (it's for free!) so you can check it out in action.

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