Free Everhour alternative
Clockify is a free Everhour alternative that lets you and your team track how much billable time you spend on client projects.
Clockify vs Everhour
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How Clockify works
Set up projects
Create projects, categorize them by clients, and create tasks on projects. Then, all you have to do is choose a project/task, write an optional description of what you're doing, and start the timer.
Track time you spend on activities with a single click using a timer. If you forget to start timer, you can always enter the time manually later.
You can track time in the browser, or via desktop and mobile app (iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, Linux). Desktop app comes packed with useful time tracking features like reminders, idle detection, and more.
Set hourly rates
Set hourly rate for each employee and project. All your team has to do is mark their time entries as billable and Clockify will automatically calculate the billable amount.
You can run an online report and break down billable data however you need, and later export as PDF, Excel, or CSV, or share a link to the live report with your client.
Create expenses for project fixed fees and other types of expenses (by sum or unit), and attach receipts.
Set budget and create invoice
Set fixed fee projects (in time or money), choose if it resets each month, and later create invoices for all your worked billable hours and expenses.
Import data from Everhour
Transfer all your past tracked time, clients, projects, tags, and team members to Clockify and continue tracking time in the simplest way possible.
Insanely simple time tracking
Flexible and robust reports
Clockify's advanced time reports will help you see where you and your team spend time, and how much you need to bill clients.
Manage projects and tasks
Clockify lets you track time on projects. Set up projects, assign tasks to employees, estimate project hours, and visually monitor work progress.
Billing and invoicing
Set hourly rates for projects and team members, compare costs vs profit, record expenses, and invoice billable time and expenses.