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  1. It’s time to get your team on track.

    Timers - getHarvest.com or toggl.com/track- try to remember to a button when you start a task to then be told you spent a very specific amount of time on it.
  2. Automate your time-tracking and forget about the timer. Forever! Create your rules — tell Timemator which files you’re working on or what applications you use for your work... read more.

    Dashboards - timemator.com or tyme-app.com- think of things to change without proactively helping you make changes.
  3. Take 5 minutes to plan out your day

    Journals - thedailyminijournal.netlify.app/ or goalsontrack.com/- I believe the some long form journal is helpful for reseting direction, but this will not help me everyday.
  4. Freelance time tracking, invoicing, and productivity improvement

    paid Free Trial $29.0 / One-off

    "Snoopers" - timebro.de or qotoqot.com/qbserve/ - watches everything you do on your laptop and tells you where you spent you time in again needless precision.
  5. Paymo is a modern and intuitive work management solution for small businesses around the world.

    freemium $11.95 / Monthly (per User)

    Timesheets - paymoapp.com or everhour.com- timesheets are not for people they are for companies, the UX is awful and doesn't help my life balance.
  6. We redesigned time itself to help you build a better day.

    Calendars - newdaynew.me or hourstack.com- calendar tracking is useful, but does make things rigid and remove some flexibility or freedom to how you spend you day - like putting in your calendar 3 hours of X when you may not be in the best mood to do that.
  7. All-in-one privacy-focused to-do list, notebook, habit tracker, and pomodoro timer

    free

    Counters - lunatask.app or everyday.app - beautiful apps for habit tracking, but doesn't help with life balance. Have I spent time with my family, on that project, or enjoying my work?
  8. The simple, visual solution to effective time management.

    paid Free Trial $9.0 / Monthly (When billed annually)

    Calendars - newdaynew.me or hourstack.com- calendar tracking is useful, but does make things rigid and remove some flexibility or freedom to how you spend you day - like putting in your calendar 3 hours of X when you may not be in the best mood to do that.
  9. GoalsOnTrack is a robust and comprehensive smart goal setting software program that helps you set, track and share goals, manage tasks, track time, build habits, create vision board, keep goal journal, and achieve more success in reaching both perso…

    Journals - thedailyminijournal.netlify.app/ or goalsontrack.com/- I believe the some long form journal is helpful for reseting direction, but this will not help me everyday.
  10. Simple time tracking, fast online invoicing, and powerful reporting software. Simplify employee timesheets and billing. Get started for free.

    Timers - getHarvest.com or toggl.com/track- try to remember to a button when you start a task to then be told you spent a very specific amount of time on it.
  11. Everhour is one of the best time tracking tools for teams. See who’s tracking time, who’s overworked and who can handle more. Keep track of all your project budgets, schedule threshold alerts, use forward resource planning.

    Timesheets - paymoapp.com or everhour.com- timesheets are not for people they are for companies, the UX is awful and doesn't help my life balance.