March 21, 2014

TrackingTime – Keep Accurate Work-Time Stats

Most people would agree on the usefulness of time tracking tools. After all, how else is a business expected to accurately bill for the time its employees spend working on individual client projects? The trouble with most time tracking software has traditionally been that it gets in the way while people are trying to work. Now, TrackingTime offers a solution.

TrackingTime provides tools that it says can help founders, project managers, and even freelancers stay on top of their businesses. A simple task manager makes it easy to stay organized when working on multiple projects. This same manager tracks the time you spend working on those projects with very minimal effort on your part. Just choose a task from your ongoing task list, press a button when you begin working on that task, and TrackingTime will begin tracking the time you spend. If you forget to track a specific task, use TrackingTime’s Time Editor to manually edit your time log entries. TrackingTime will ensure that the times you manually enter don’t overlap with each other, providing a valuable safeguard for users.

Managers can see what specific employees are working on in real-time, regardless of whether they’re in the same room or even the same state. TrackingTime’s platform also offers a number of productivity and collaboration tools, which managers can use to delegate tasks and foster autonomy within their teams.

Practical Uses:

  • Track the time you’ve spent working on a specific client’s project
  • See what each of your employees is working on in real-time
  • Manually adjust a time sheet if you forgot to track your work on a project
  • Assign tasks to colleagues using TrackingTime’s productivity tools

Insider Tips:

  • Use the Tracking App to see an overview of all your tasks and deadlines for the day
  • Organize your daily schedule based on which tasks are billable
  • Timesheets show how much time employees spent work on each project and task
  • Companies can add an unlimited number of clients, projects, and users to their accounts

What we liked:

  • TrackingTime shows users which tasks are most critical on any given day
  • Managers can use detailed time tracking information to make smarter business decisions
  • Time tracking is automatically started as soon as a person begins working
  • Users can collaborate with team members through the TrackingTime platform

What we didn’t like:

  • Nothing


Company Info:

  • Launched: 2012
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Munich, Germany
  • Founded by: Eric Tulle, Diego Wyllie, and Leonardo Custer
  • Web site:


  • Free

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