This week MacSparky is sponsored by Timing a Mac app that keeps granular track of your time without relying on you to keep pressing buttons like those guys on Lost. Instead, Timing automatically tracks which apps, documents and websites you use — without start/stop timers. It then intelligently sorts that for you, assembling a beautiful time-tracking report.
You can point it at your calendar to help Timing figure out what you were working on so if you are a time blocker like me, you are already ahead, again automatically. Timing also can sync data between multiple Macs and even gives you a web view of your data. And if you are away from your Mac, Timing has a web app to track time from anywhere.
The Timing team is even adding team support so members can share projects across an entire team. If you are interested contact Timing’s developer for more details.
I’m a fan of timing. There is no better way to get accurate time reports of what you are doing on your Mac. Go download the free 14-day trial today and get 10% off for the first year!