A lot of folks are waking up to the fact that accurate time tracking can make a huge difference in your ability to get your most important priorities done and not waste a bunch of your time. The trick, however, comes with that word *accuracy*. For time tracking to work, the data must be accurate, and systems that require you to manually throw a switch every time you context shift are just not going to give you the data you need.
Timing automatically tracks which apps, documents, and websites you use — without start/stop timers. See how you spend your time, eliminate distracting activities, and improve your client billing. It’s like Screen Time on steroids.
Timing lets you stop worrying about time and focus on doing your best work instead. Timing also offers a web app to track time from anywhere, not to mention the ability to seamlessly sync data across all your Macs.
The Timing team even offers a set of Siri shortcuts to start and stop timers as quickly as possible. And if you spend a lot of time in meetings, you will be delighted by Timing’s ability to record time for calendar events with a single click. There’s even a third-party app, Zeit, for iPhone that can update your Timing data from your phone.
Once you know precisely how you’re spending your time, first, you’ll be surprised, and then you’ll start making changes to be more productive. Timing helps you get started.
Check out the videos I made on timing to help you get started and go download the free 14-day trial today and get 10% off for the first year!