Ask DN: How do you track your time?

almost 5 years ago from Sean Geraghty, Design @ Nested.com

  • Courtney ⭐️Courtney ⭐️, almost 5 years ago

    Use Hours. It's an absolute breeze and the reporting (aka data you can export from it) is very rich and flexible.

    3 points
    • Taron GhazaryanTaron Ghazaryan, almost 5 years ago

      I use hours as well but I wouldn't say it's a breeze. The app has a very steep learning curve. Definitely doesn't feel intuitive at all (why is exporting under settings?!). A lot of other design decisions boggle my mind. I haven't used anything better on iOS so i'm going to stick with this for now. There is definitely room for improvement in hours.

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      • Jeremy OlsonJeremy Olson, almost 5 years ago

        Hey Taron,

        I'm the founder of Tapity, the company behind Hours. Would love to chat with you sometime about the things in Hours that you found frustrating. We think we have a pretty good starting point but we realize we have a long way to go so we would love to talk to you about it. We of course use it ourselves and have found it really helpful but we have also run into issues with it that we need to work on.

        Mind sending me and email so we can set something up?

        Jeremy at tapity.com

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        • Taron GhazaryanTaron Ghazaryan, almost 5 years ago

          Jeremy,

          Thanks for following up, I'll email you some of my thoughts tonight. I wish I wrote down the things that confused me at first since I've already learned my way around the app. I'll do my best to remember them.

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    • Jeremy OlsonJeremy Olson, almost 5 years ago

      Thanks for the recommendation Courtney! Really appreciate it. Would love to talk to you and others at Savvy Apps about beta testing and giving feedback on our web / team version. I'll send Ken a note about it.

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