If you track how you spend your time, sometimes the tracking is more tedious than the doing.

Lifehacker reports the free app TimeSheet automatically logs your tasks based on user-defined rules, so you can spend more time working and less time managing.

TimeSheet can be useful for just about anyone looking to see specifics on how they’re spending their time.

It allows you to create rules that will assign specific applications (or even more specific, window titles) to a project and/or task within that project. As you move in and out of those windows, the program will log how much time you’re spending on those particular tasks and projects—which can help you bill the clients of those projects or just help you keep an eye on your productivity. You can also add time manually if necessary.

When you’re done, TimeSheet provides a nice report of the time spent on any given task, which you can import into Excel and send along if need be (or file away for reference later on).

Did I mention it was free?

Photo by BusinessRunner.

 

Originally posted by Rich Whittle on April 25, 2010 in Ideas.

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