A few days ago we started testing our new reports on Beta. We’ve gathered some feedback and developed the last finishing touches, so today we’re happy to announce that the new Timeneye reports are finally available!
We’re happy to announce that after a lot of coding and redesigning, we’ve got some brand new reports available on Beta.
We’ve completely rewritten our old reports from scratch to provide you with truly useful data, and we’ve also added some new report types that we think you’ll love!
Peter Drucker is often quoted saying “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it”.
What good is keeping track of our work if all the data is not used to actually learn from it?
This is why we added a Reports section in Timeneye: to give our users a deep overview of their work, so that they can improve their productivity.
Today we’re announcing that we’re working on an update to introduce new and improved reports. As a first step, we’re making some radical changes to the Activity Report. Read More
Our brain is notoriously bad at remembering things. Just how many times do we stop and think “Wait a minute, what have I done this week?”
Things get more complicated when managing teams and projects where everybody works on different things and at different times.
Today we’d like to introduce you a new feature to help you just with that: the weekly status email.
It’s restyling time! We’ve just released a new version of the Timeneye Widget for Chrome, our time tracking Chrome extension to register time wherever you are on the web.
We’ve also added some long-awaited featured to the Timeneye Widget: it’s now possible to create new projects and phases directly from the Widget.
There are different ways to manage projects. Whatever they may be, one big challenge is to make sure every project is on track.
In Timeneye, all projects are divided into phases to allow breaking down the work into smaller chunks, and help users to see clearly how much time and resources were allocated to each.
We’ve decided to make things easier for our users by adding a brand new feature in the Project section of Timeneye: the Phases tab.
The Holiday Season is over, the year 2018 has started, we’re back in the office!
To kickstart the New Year, we’d like to introduce you to a long-awaited feature. It’s apparently small, but we think it’ll make a big difference for our users who are always on-the-go
It’s now possible to create projects and phases from Timeneye mobile app for iOS and Android devices.
The year 2017 is almost ending, and as we juggle between last minute updates and New Year resolutions, we’d like to take a moment to appreciate our journey this year. We’d also like to share with you a few changes we’ve recently made in the web app that, we hope, will make using Timeneye even easier.
But most of all, we would like to thank all our users for their love and support in this year as well!
October has almost come and gone, which means we’re officially preparing the final productivity rush of 2017.
Today, we’re ready to release a few updates that may seem small, but we think they will make a big difference in the way you track time on Timeneye every day.
Specifically, we’ve been working on an easier and quicker way of creating projects.
We just wanted to give you a super fast update on the fact that we’ve just added an alternative, quicker way to purchase your Timeneye subscription.