With 7pace Timetracker 4, our entire architecture has been rebuilt, with tracking now done server-side. There are all-new clients for the web and Windows, plus new clients for iOS and Android devices and the client API.
This allows time tracking with no desktop running, use of Windows, Mac or Linux, multiple clients tracking simultaneously, start, check, stop tracking from anywhere, integrated Team Services web UI tracking, and Smartphone usage.
New Windows Client
Our new Windows Client features seamless tracking, a new and improved UI, multi-line comments, Activity Type selection, multiple user accounts and connections to servers, and an improved keyboard navigation for all main client's actions.
For more information, please see the following articles in our user documentation:
New Web Client
“I am using a Mac, how can I use Timetracker?”
“I want to track time but don’t want to install a client.”
Built into the web interface of Team Services and every tab of Timetracker, our new full-featured Web Client lets you “Start Tracking” from the work item form and offers multi-line comments and Activity Type selection. You don't have to download a client at all, if that's your preference.
For more information, please see the following articles from our user documentation:
Left your desk and forgot to switch off tracking? If enabled, Timetracker sends an email notification when tracking was stopped by the system due to no response from you during activity prompts. All users can set up their own personal preferences for email notifications in Configuration - Settings.
For more information, please see the "Time Tracking" article within our user documentation.
Our Client API is now fully documented and available to the public. You can develop your own client or connect 7pace Timetracker to existing automations in your IT landscape.
For more information, please see 7pace Timetracker API Reference in our user documentation.