Diagnosing desktop application (Ubuntu)

In order to diagnose desktop application please follow below steps: Try to flush your DNS cache (both on your machine and router) For newer versions of Ubuntu try: `sudo systemd-resolve –flush-caches` For older versions try: `sudo /etc/init.d/dns-clean start` Check if you can `ping desktop.timecamp.com`. If not, please provide your IP address so that we can […]

Read More

Diagnosing desktop application (Mac OS)

In order to diagnose desktop application on your Mac please follow below steps: Open Finder and click in the menu: Go -> Go to folder   Then paste the following address into the address bar: ~/Library/Application Support/TimeCamp Then create the new txt file called “debugmode2.txt” inside the folder: (you can create new file by making […]

Read More

Diagnosing desktop application (Windows)

In order to diagnose desktop application please follow below steps: Go to Explorer and paste following address into the address bar  “%userprofile%\AppData\Local\TimeCamp” Then create the new txt file called “debugmode2.txt” inside the folder Then please close the timecamp application Run the application again and allow it to run for 5 minutes Then copy the log.txt […]

Read More

Manual/automatic mode

TimeCamp application has two modes you can switch between. Default, manual mode, works familiar to timesheet’s timer. In manual mode, you can select task from application’s context menu or task widget. To select task from context menu, right-click on TimeCamp’s icon in your system task bar and select the “Start a task…” option. Next, task […]

Read More

Where to get it?

To download desktop application click on your username in right-upper corner of TimeCamp Dashboard (1). Then, from drop-down menu click on the Install application link (2). The main button on the next screen (1) will allow you to download application in version from detected OS (Windows, MacOS or Ubuntu). Note that you can always choose […]

Read More

Unassigned computer activities

If you have desktop application installed and you’re tracking time spent on the computer, you’ll find an additional entry in your timesheets called “unassigned computer activities”. This entry contains time gathered by the application but not yet assigned to any task. After expanding it you’ll be able to move data from a specific timeframe to […]

Read More

Automation

In addition to classic time tracking, we’re providing you with a possibility to track time in projects automatically. This method requires desktop application (TimeCamp agent) to be installed on your computer. Automatic time tracking is based on keywords. You can assign them to each of your tasks and direct TimeCamp agent on how it’s supposed […]

Read More

Desktop application

Desktop application tracks time you’re spending on computer and sends data to our servers regularly. Thanks to it you can generate multiple reports about your computer usage (such as applications/websites used, computer turn on/off times, efficiency level). Other than that it’s another tool for tracking time to projects and tasks. It can work in two […]

Read More

Desktop application FAQ

MacOS   TimeCamp is not capturing window titles and filenames on Mac. How to fix it? Please open System Preferences Go to Privacy tab Click the lock to make changes Go to Accessibility Select TimeCamp (if it is already selected please uncheck and check this again) TimeCamp can’t be opened because it is from an […]

Read More