Time tracking software?


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Dear, and who uses what software to account for the time spent in a particular program? A very important thing for freelancers, and the definition of spent working hours. But nothing good can not find. Thank you in advance.
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khamster applet
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www.rescuetime.com/ watched?
I time "in the" do not use, because the program one or two, more projects and a lot at a time, so I use Klok.
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Recommend toggl.comvery nice interface and ample tools for analysis.
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in one person is hard to say, but within the firm we use tracking systems like redmine (http://www.redmine.org/), eventum (http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/other/eventum/)
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Some time used AllNetic TimeTracker. Then were tired of its bugs and bad, began to look for something more appropriate that would work without brakes and glitches and doing what I need (though I have not the time spent in the program, but simply mark the beginning and the end of work on a certain task). Went through three dozen options, in the end, he spat and he wrote a simple proeco that no pantofola not know how, but it does exactly what I need and as I need.
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You can also look at www.manictime.com/
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FreshBooks — simple and stylish. The free account allows up to 3 clients.
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