Welcome back to “How to Timeneye”, the guide series that teaches you all the best tips and tricks, and the most effective ways to use Timeneye.
Today’s post is Timeneye 101: how do you track time?Read More
Time tracking is useful and effective when it works inside the tools you’re already using.
This guide will show you how to add time tracking to ClickUp with the Timeneye-ClickUp integration.Read More
Are you using Todoist to organize your everyday tasks?
In this guide, I’ll show you how to connect Timeneye and Todoist, and how to track time for your Todoist tasks.Read More
Tracking time for your projects without leaving Basecamp? Yes, you can!
Here’s a full guide on how to keep projects and to-dos on track – with the Timeneye + Basecamp integration.Read More
Welcome to “Timeneye 101: Integrations edition”.
In this article, we’ll share the best tips on how to get the most out of the most popular among the Timeneye integrations: the Timeneye – Asana integration.Read More
Did you know? There’s a tiny but powerful view in Timeneye, packed with features.
In this feature spotlight, we’ll focus on the mighty Entries section, and we’ll show you 5 things you can do in this view, that you probably didn’t know about. Let’s dive in!
Do you know exactly how you’re using your time? What part of your project is keeping you busier?
Today I’m going to show you how to use one of the most important features in Timeneye – the project Phases– for more accurate time tracking and reporting.
“How long will it take?”
Any client who will come seeking your business’ services will be concerned about time as well as costs. This is why time is a key factor when quoting a project.
Once you’ve given an estimate, the hard part is sticking to it. Exceeding the budgeted time can result in high costs and very upset clients: here’s how Timeneye helps you avoid just that.
Talking about “measuring employee productivity” usually brings up a bad feeling.
Employees don’t like having their work scrutinized, and managers (at least, some of them) don’t want to be chasing people around to ask them about their work.
Yet, if teams want to improve, or at least have an idea on how their work’s been going, a little monitoring and measuring of productivity is necessary.
When done correctly, it can help the manager find costs and time sinks, and also benefit the way the organization works as a whole.
Thankfully, Timeneye gives managers the tools to do just that.
We all have the same amount of hours during the day: the trick is to use them effectively.
Combining Google Calendar with a time tracking tool like Timeneye can help you get more done and be more productive day by day. Here’s how!