#help (2020-1)

Where to get help about getting help!

2020-01-12

ismail

Thanks @Erik Osterman and @tamsky… will check them out!

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2020-01-10

Erik Osterman

@ismail hrmmmm… ohh do you mean “logging” hours?

ismail

yup logging

Erik Osterman

A few tools were brought up

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Erik Osterman

Update on using the Timeular app after using it for a few days:

It works great! It works really well if you are doing a lot of context switching during the day, and need to track how long you spend on the different activities you do. For me, since I work for a systems integrator, and am currently supporting a couple of different clients on different contracts, I am able to more easily track how much time I spent on each contract during the course of the day.

It also has meant more time tracked. Before, I was “eyeballing it”, and filling out my timesheet with ~8 hours of work. But now, I can be much more precise, and I am finding that I usually work more than 8 hours, and have been “estimating away” that extra time

Edit: Not an ad for Timeular! I didn’t buy the gadget. I’m using the app with their “free” account.

Erik Osterman

Timeular is one

Erik Osterman

The other one I can never remember the name of… @tamsky what is that software you use?

tamsky

wakka wakka

tamsky
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Erik Osterman

Cloud posse uses Harvest

2020-01-09

ismail

Hi all, not sure where to ask this help so asking here…

in one of the office-hours i heard about a tool used for locking hours for multiple projects. Can someone please name them? Thanks!

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