Is it August already?!
The year is going fast and we have been working non-stop to offer you the best experience with Timeneye.
Having a steady flow of revenue from clients is a challenge for most businesses.
A breath of oxygen can come from offering recurring services at a fixed price, to the same clients. But how can businesses be sure they can stick to the work planned, and not exceed it?
Today, we’re happy to announce that we’ve added to Timeneye a new PRO feature that will help do just that: recurring hourly budgets.
We’ve been working on Timeneye to understand what features we could add and improve to make our users’ life easier.
Today, we’re happy to introduce the possibility to do new amazing things with Timeneye, that will save you lots of time: scheduling reports and exports, and setting different timers autostop/save hours.
How? Thanks to the new Automation features.
We’ve just released a much-requested update to our Google Calendar and Outlook Calendar integrations: Timeneye now supports tracking time for recurring calendar events.
With lots of projects, tasks, and resources to take care of, managers need to set up the work nice and easy. To make the project creation process simpler, today we’re introducing a new feature to Timeneye: public projects.
Before we wave 2018 goodbye, we’d like to introduce you to our latest update of the year: featuring a menu redesign, and brand new bulk actions on projects.
What if you could keep an eye on your projects and time on-the-go, by simply keeping them in your pocket? Well, now you can!
We just released some new cool features for the Timeneye apps for Android and iOs. You can now check the projects’ status on mobile, use the app to filter your entries, and more.
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!
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.
It’s raining updates! ☔
If you’ve been using Timeneye, you’re probably familiar with the Timeneye Widget, which adds a little button on your browser and in other services so you can track time anywhere on the web.