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Old April 25th, 2017, 09:40 PM   #1
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Playing with some time card or clock apps. What do you use?

I work for a main employer, a friends farm, a partnered business, a personal business, and side jobs. Also with my BIL occasionally. I also have my own projects and hobby farm.

I need to track my time better and I've tried a few time card apps, but haven't found a great one yet. I gave up for a while, but am back trying some as the busy spring is here and in full swing.

I am currently trying the free version of "timeclock", and it looks promising, but the free version is very limiting, and I'm not sure I want to spend the ten dollars for the full version, as I can't really get a sense of how well it works in the free version.

What are you using, or have used in the past, and what are your experiences, good or bad?

Other recommendations? Get a giant clock necklace like FlavaFlave? Sundial and a Polaroid?
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Old April 25th, 2017, 09:50 PM   #2
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Use a notepad, watch and calculator.
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I've been using Hours tracker for a few years.

It ticks all the box's you needed filled.

I also am needing to track time for a bunch of different things.

you can set up different jobs, pay rates, clock in out, calculate breaks. Do weekly or daily overtime etc.

And you can be clocked into several jobs at a time.
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I'll check it out? Does it have any type of expense tracking? Forgot to mention that, it's not super important, but "TimeClock" looks like it has decent expense tracking and mileage tracking. It also has a way to upload times and expenses to a storage host and even create billing.
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I use work log, love it. I used the free version for a while and then got the premium so I could back up my logs and email to myself.

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I used time sheet for a while and really liked it. It is pretty easy to keep track of expenses and mileage, and at the end of the week I could email the contractor a spreadsheet with everything broken down for him. I think I had to pay to be able to email it, like one time of $3. Can also edit the clock in/out time if I forgot to click it.

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