How To Visualize Your Work And Get Things Done

Productivity is a matter of organization and focus. In order to get more things done in a day, you have to know exactly what you need to accomplish and have a clear plan of the things to do.

Things slip away, though, especially in the busiest days of the week. Heavy workloads can make us feel overwhelmed, besides it’s easy to lose track of the bigger picture if we work around the clock.

To avoid this, you could try a different approach by visualizing and organizing your work.
Read More

Manage, Edit, And Delete Multiple Time Entries

Before we let go of the last bits of summer, here’s what you should know about our latest update.

It’s a small update, but we think that it’ll make a big difference in the way users manage their time entries. And most importantly, it’ll save them tons of time.

We’ve just added some new options to the Entries list: now you can bulk edit, move or delete your entries. Let’s see how!
Read More

Bringing Smarter Integration With Your Favorite Tools

Time tracking shouldn’t disrupt your workflow.

This is why we’ve built several integrations with other services. Both our native and our browser widget integrations allow users to track time without switching back and forth between platforms.

With today’s update, we added some brand new Automation features to our native integrations with Asana, Basecamp 2, Basecamp 3, and the newest addition, ClickUp.
Read More

5 Timeneye Hacks To Make You A Better Manager

There’s nothing more satisfying than finally bringing a project’s status to “Closed”.

To carry a project to success, managers have to juggle people, deadlines, to-dos, requests and some hits and bumps along the road.

Effective team management is the complicated art of communication, leadership, teamwork, and organization. And it all starts with making a good use of your team’s time.
Read More

How To Keep Productive All Day With Time Tracking

There’s nothing worse than staring at a computer screen, trying to get things done but ending up hitting a wall.

It’s hard enough be productive when you’re in an office full of other people. Distractions and interruptions are lurking behind the corner. At least though, workers can count on a manager/ coworker to poke them and keep them on track (or derail them completely. But that’s another story).

Self-discipline is really difficult when you have to control your own day. Read More