Today we’ve made the first step towards a better team management and account optimization inside Timeneye. A few months ago we realized that some users who already had an active subscription wanted to be part of a team but, unfortunately, this wasn’t possible. The only solution was deleting the account and get invited by the team’s administrator: definitely a time wasting and tricky way to do it. Read More
To-dos, to-dos, to-dos… we all have them but since Basecamp released their new update, tracking time for them has become harder than ever.
Here’s why we’ve decided to make it possible to track time for Basecamp 3 to-dos before the official release of their public APIs: “if Mohammed will not go to the mountain, the mountain must come to Mohammed.” Read More
After months of work, thousands of lines of code and an uncountable number of coffees, we are thrilled to announce that the new Timeneye is finally out!
Today we’d like you to meet ARVO, our new mascot! With his help, time tracking won’t be boring anymore.
This is a sad story. This story talks about a turkey. Yes, I am talking about the turkey that some of you are going to eat for Thanksgiving. I’m talking about the “inductivist turkey”. This is a quite old story and many philosophers of science have been written about it for years, perhaps for their lack of jokes, who knows?
Let’s face it, it happens to everyone! Out of curiosity or need, in the 15-minute break or just at the end of our lunch most of us contemplate the spamming emails that we receive in the morning about the latest clothing and tech deals.
Whether it’s the new dress to wear for the upcoming Friday night our or birthday gift idea for friends or your loved ones, whether to satisfy a curiosity or buy basic kitchen tools, rummage through web counters is an irresistible temptation for many, especially during sales.
One year ago, the Timeneye team set off with a big mission: to make time tracking simpler and more intelligent. We were sure that a better way to manage time was possible and that is why we developed Timeneye.
We were amazed by the response of our users and we heard a lot of great feedback and ideas directly from people like you.
The number of commuters cycling to work has significantly increased: more than 14 million Italians have a bike and 5 million of those have replaced the car with the bicycle.
Well, maybe we aren’t that lazy.