New Video Introduction


We are happy to announce that we just launched our new 20 minute Introduction Video about TimeCamp.
You can watch it above.  To open it in new window, click on Youtube sign in the bottom right corner.

You can find it also on our website – visit TimeCamp and open Tour section.

Don’t hesitate to leave comments and visit our TimeCamp channel on Youtube, where you can find more tutorials. Simply go to:

3 thoughts on “New Video Introduction

  1. Just love TimeCamp especially ‘Reports > Computer Time’ including ‘Dashboard’, ‘Away Time’, ‘Activities’, ‘Categories’, ‘Timetable’, ‘Goals’, and ‘Efficiency’ which makes tracking time effortless where app productivity can easily be changed by going to ‘Activities’ and setting the category where keywords can be added too.

    Also, TimeCamp makes analysis of ‘Today’, ‘Week’, and ‘Month’ easy with these predefined tabs and with the use of ‘Calendar’ other ranges can easily be defined by selecting the first date and then holding down the ‘Shift’ key on your keyboard while selecting the last date to get statistics for this complete date range, e.g. January 1, 2014 – December 31, 2015 to get your year in review.

    I have been an active user of TimeCamp since September 4, 2012 when they were called TimeandTracking and an avid advocate shortly thereafter letting many others know of this awesome app and the awesome people behind it.

    I have found all the staff from Kamil (CEO and Co-Founder), Jakub (Support), and many others to be extremely professional and all around great user advocates continually responding to user feedback making TimeCamp not only better, but easier to use and in the process making time tracking so seamless and effortless that there really is no excuse for not always knowing what you are doing which will go a long way in making all users more productive.

      1. I was in your place almost three years ago and the great thing I learned about TimeCamp is that all you really have to do is set up to start at launch to start capturing your data and once you do that you can take time as needed in setting up the tracking, reporting, etc for your workflow as you go along.

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