It has been a month since we launched the Timeneye Chrome Extension.
In the last 30 days many of you added it to your browser and your feedbacks kept coming with new suggestions for future integrations.
We are always working to make Timeneye simpler without renouncing to efficiency: this time we fixed few things that will improve your experience with our time tracking software. After analysing your tips, we decided to make a few changes.
Have you ever tried to make a list of your top distractions? Well, I’ve just made mine and here’s what I’ve found.
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Our developers have been working hard in the past two weeks to fix some wee issues in our web app and improve Timeneye’s usability.
We’re excited to announce the launch of the new Timeneye.com homepage.
It showcases the same characteristics that we built into our web app: clean interface, streamlined design and ease of use. Thanks to the new “Save Time” button it will be easy for anyone to start using Timeneye in just one click.
Christmas holidays are ended and the idea of going back to work has started to creep into the mind of many of us. The thought of sitting down again at the usual desk and fall into the boring routine just does not go down. What to do, then, in order to return to the office with renewed energy and desire to do?
I love movies and I’m a big Tim Burton fan, but when I saw that “The nightmare before Christmas” is going to be broadcasted tonight, my first thought was: “Oh no, another time no..”. Don’t get me wrong, I love it and I admire the passion that Henry Selick put in this stop motion movie, but I just came to a point where I won’t be able to watch it another time: it’s from 1994 that this movie is broadcasted every single Christmas Day in Italy. This year it would be the 22nd time that I’ll be sitting on the couch with my parents and relatives at the end of a never ending meal feigning interest not to disappoint my little cousins.
I’m sitting at my usual desk, headphones stuffed in my ears, Spotify is playing new tracks from the Discover section, but I feel weird. I don’t understand why in the last two hours I’ve struggled so hard to put a couple of words together.