There are many apps of the timetracker type, applications in which we have to record the beginning and end of our activities so that we have a complete report at the end of the day.
I personally use clockify, but I recognize that there are so many alternatives that it is difficult to bet on one or the other.
Today I present an installable option that has existed for MacOs since May, and that today is born for the Windows world.
It is about Rize, an application that offers the following:
– Customizable categories: to better group the tasks we do.
– Daily report by email: with productivity metrics and time breakdown.
– Smart break notifications: alerts us when we have to rest based on work activity.
– Notification of working hours: Send a notification when we have worked a certain number of hours in a day to avoid overwork.
– Switches and context switch: To know which applications or websites interrupt the most.
– Automated Tracking Hours: To automatically start and stop tracking work activity based on a set schedule.
– Google Calendar integration: to create categorization rules for meetings.
– Categorization of meetings: to group them based on keywords such as recruitment, interviews, stand-up, etc.
– Project tagging: to tag blocks of time with project tags to further segment how time is spent.
– Project analysis: To see how much time we spend on each project over time.
It is possible to try it for free at rize.io for 14 days, after that it costs about $ 10 a month. It is not cheap at all if we consider that there are free alternatives that offer many functions, although I admit that Rize is the most complete that I have seen so far.