TimeCamp Timer


This small item helps to track time on-the-fly during the working day.

After picking the task you want to work on, you run the timer which measures minutes spent. If you want to take a break or switch to another task, you can stop it quickly, just by clicking on the “Pause” button or “Stop Tracking” button.

There are two ways of using TimeCamp Timer in everyday work:

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In Timesheets section user needs to type the name of the project, select it and click on the “Start Tracking” green button. After clicking it, TimeCamp will immediately start tracking time for selected projects. Time will be measured up to date and shown in hours, minutes and seconds. When the user clicks on the “Stop Tracking” red button, tracked activity will be automatically added to the timesheets in the present day.

There is also an option to start tracking time for selected project, which already appears in Timesheet for a specific day – just click on the “Play” icon on the right side, next to “Duration” and “Between” columns.

In “Timesheets” section, the user can see how much time has been tracked (either by desktop application timer or by the timer from the browser). Tracked time is divided into days. Clicking on the date on the left side of the Timesheet allows the user to change the date for a specific one.

Desktop application

To track time directly from the desktop application, a user needs to right-click on the icon of TimeCamp on the taskbar and select option “Show Task Widget.” A green rectangle will appear what allows a user to track time for selected project by selecting the buttons “Play” and “Pause”.

To  select task or project, click on the “no task” inscription – task widget will appear, where a user can select the particular project (which is appropriate for activity) from the list, or type it manually).

Don't hesitate and start tracking time for your projects and tasks every day with TimeCamp timer