Why? Because time is money. Mac users have something of a bargain in Work Clock, a feature rich app that tracks time on the job and captures the details to a digital timesheet.
Think about what information you need to track. Projects or jobs. Easy entry to a specific job. Options to edit previous entries. Plenty of export options. iCloud backup. Low price.
Work Clock hits all those and comes close to professional level features in an affordable package that’s long on usability, and short on the learning curve. Here’s a quick look at the basic interface.
Setup all the projects or jobs you need to track. That includes needed details such as rate, start date, pre-set durations, and notes for each entry. Then, select the job you’re about to begin working on and click the big green Start button.
Work Clock tracks the time you devote to that job in detail (though it’s fully editable), and can pop out export data or deliver a crisp chart.
In the reports, specify the dates you wish to view, then export as a PDF, or CSV file. There’s a nice feature to set up pre-set times for a project to ensure your work stays within budget. Files are backed up on iCloud, there’s no limit to the number of projects or jobs you can manage, and all the calculations of time are handled automatically.
That’s the good news. Bad news? Not much, other than Work Clock is a new app and something of a work in progress so expect more features in future versions– if sales warrant.