In Clockify, there are two main ways you can add time entries: automatic (use a start-and-stop timer) and manual (add a complete time entry).
If you forgot to start the timer, or your prefer to fill in all your work hours in one go, use manual mode and time one by one.
See all your time entries in a timesheet view and add time more quickly.
See all your tracked time in a Calendar view so you can: See how your day looks like at a glance and notice work patterns See if you have gaps in day where you forgot to log time See if you double booked time and have overlapping entries Viewing time Your each time entry will […]
You can edit any time entry you've made directly in your timesheet on the Timer Tracker page by simply clicking on it and typing what you want.
You can allocate time entries to projects and clients to keep your data organized, and then further classify time entries using tasks.
Track time with greater accuracy with the help of time tracking reminders, automatic clock-out, and idle detection.
See how much time you spend across programs and create timesheets based on your activity. Get for Windows →Get for Linux →Get for Mac → Enabling auto tracker Download and install Clockify desktop app Open and log in into the desktop app Click on the A icon at the top Click "Start Recording" button Once […]
Start Clockify timer from within other web tools, like Jira, Trello, Asana, Gitlab, Basecamp, Github, Google Calendar, Xero…
Our free Jira app enables you to track time on issues directly from Atlassian Jira with just one click. Clockify plugin for Jira is available in the Jira web app, Jira mobile app for Android and iOS, as well as Jira macOS desktop app. Install the Clockify Jira app To start tracking the time you'll […]