Daniel Alm

daniel_a_a

Indie Mac and iOS developer, building @TimingApp and @PocketCAS. Core contributor to the SwiftGRPC project.

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@vkolodrevskiy yes, Timing 2 at least requires El Capitan.
Hello everyone! I am Daniel, the developer of Timing. Last year, I quit my job at Google and started building Timing because I believe that time tracking is still way more cumbersome than it should be.

Timing 2 makes time tracking easier by automating it. It will automatically track how much time you spend on apps, websites and documents and categorizes that time as productive or unproductive. But you can also create your own projects and create rules to exactly track the time spent on specific tasks. This makes Timing ideal for e.g. billing hours.
P.S.: Please have a look at the website and let me know what you think of the app! All feedback is appreciated :-)
@ianmayman Hi Ian, thanks for your question! You can create rules to assign those activities to custom projects (see https://timingapp.com/help/3-projects-and-rules), and then set the productivity rating of that project to productive - which will mark those activities as productive.
P.S.: Please have a look at the website and let me know what you think of the app! All feedback is appreciated :-)