Timers are best for tracking time for invoicing
Let’s take a look at the key features of timers:
- Down to the second time tracking with the ability to start, stop and pause one or multiple timers
- The option to switch between projects, activities and clients in seconds
- The ability to mark time as billable or non-billable
- Mark the (time entry) billing type as hourly or a flat rate
- Mark the (time entry) billing rate as standard or overtime
- Option to add the time entry to an invoice
- Free apps for Outlook/365 and Windows 10
- Free web apps: Zapier, Google Home and Amazon Alexa
- My daily time entries - timers in a timesheet
Time Cards are best for tracking time for payroll
With time cards employees can:
Clock in/out of their shift, take (paid or unpaid) breaks, switch between projects and monitor their hours within each pay period to see if they’re tracking at a standard or overtime rate.
Managers (admins) can:
- Create alerts so employees are notified when their break is almost over, prompting them to return to work
- Set employee time thresholds to automatically calculate overtime and double time rates
- Setup alerts for admin and employees so they receive notification before overtime and double time occurs
- Set time rounding (up or down); for example, if an employee clocks in at 08:55 am the time entry can round up and be recorded as 09:00 am.
- Time clock kiosk for location-based tracking
- Who is on the Clock - real-time GPS tracking
Every Time Tracker account includes free mobile apps for iOS and Android, as well as timesheets, admin approvals, geolocation tracking, reporting, and integrations.