Everhour is a time tracking application that takes a cue from the past. Rather than adding unnecessary features or complicated tools, the creators of Everhour have taken a more streamlined approach with single-line inputs, automatic timers, and minimalistic status reports.
The first step to using Everhour, after you’ve created an account, is to start tracking the time you’re spending on various projects. Using the input bar, type in the name of a project you’re working on (beginning with an @-sign) and the issue you’re dealing with, along with the time and date. You can also create tags by adding a hashtag to the beginning of any word. Everhour recognized multiple spelling formats and time entries, and automatically suggests tags based on the entries you’re typing in. Based on how you’ve set up your Everhour account, you can start your timers manually or automatically for each newly submitted entry.
When your team has signed up for Everhour, you can work on projects together. Everhour even offers tools to support larger agencies. The platform aggregates the most “important and meaningful information,” like overall statistics, and uses that data to populate reports by date or issue reference. Reports can also be filtered by tag, mention, or team member.
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