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OfficeTime Time Tracking App Gets Updated

OfficeTime, developers of OfficeTime time tracking solution for Windows and Mac has released an updated version with over 100 enhancements. This is very handy app for professionals who want to get maximum out of the time.

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“OfficeTime’s interface is deceptively simple, but behind that simplicity is the real power to track exactly what you do each day,” said Stephen Dodd, OfficeTime.net director. “These latest improvements make OfficeTime even easier to use as we adopt little touches suggested by our enthusiastic community. We think the best products balance simplicity with real world user feedback.”

A few of the many updates include:

  • Now you can export to Excel and Numbers including decimal support.
  • Decimal time entry (type “1.5″ and “1 hour and 30 minutes” appears)
  • iPhone / iPad sync support for the coming companion apps
  • Improved backup features. Now you can make hourly, daily, weekly, monthly backups.

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OfficeTime is giving the update free to all its existing customers for free.

Some other features available on this time-tracking tool are:

  • Instant invoicing
  • Easy “live” reports, enabling users to edit reports on the move
  • iCal sync, providing quick access to the day’s activities at-a-glance
  • Team reporting

“OfficeTime has almost no learning curve, being flexible enough to adapt to any style,” Dodd says. “It’s ideal for busy people switching between multiple tasks and priorities. As a small business owner myself, I know that effective billing is an absolute must in a tough economy. Not only does it insure that you get paid for your actual hours spent, but it also gives your client a clear breakdown on time spent. OfficeTime is effective enough that most people increase their billables without any extra work.”

Pricing and Availability:
Time tracker app for Mac and Windows is priced at $47 (USD). You don’t have to pay monthly for the app unlike many other applications. If you are not satisfied with the app at any time within 120 days, you can get full refund.

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