We are pleased to introduce our newest version of the best time tracking app in the App Store.
There are a lot of new features which we believe you will really like.
Tag on start (premium)
If you enter tags frequently, this new feature is for you. Instead of opening "edit activity" screen each time, you can input tag quickly right after activity starts.
Go to Settings and select types in "Tag on start"
Now when you start an activity of this type you'll get something like this on activities tab:
or something like this in widget:
Type tags (premium)
Now types can also be tagged. A tagged type means that all logs for this type will have type tags. For example, you can tag "useful" and "useless" activities and then see stats for them.
Weekdays for daily goals
You can now select weekdays for daily goals. An example is "daily work" goal - you can now exclude "Saturday" and "Sunday".
If you finish work or study after midnight, this feature is for you. Statistics will count for your day. Go to Settings, scroll down and change the "Day start" value.
Colored icons (premium)
A large collection of colored icons is now available:
Want to set a goal for the whole year? Now you can!
Default type and duration
If you often enter the same time log manually, this small improvement will save your time. You can now set Default type and duration in Settings.
Activity comments can be imported to calendar
When a logged activity is automatically saved to calendar, it is saved with a title equal to the name of the activity type. Now it is possible to save a comment instead. Check "Save comment to calendar" in calendar settings.
Enable/disable groups on activities
In some cases, users need groups only for structured statistics. In the activities tab or in the widget, these users want to see a plain list of types without groups. That is the purpose of this setting.
Set icons per row on activities tab and on widget (premium)
Compare the 2 screens below and select which one you prefer
Include groups as separate column in CSV reports
When turned on, a separate column is used for groups in CSV reports. This can be useful when building reports in Excel. Compare screenshots below: