Help me keep track of the time I spend writing
May 2, 2007 12:13 PM Subscribe
Is there a Mac application that can help me keep track of hours, dates, and time I spend writing?
posted by agent99 to Computers & Internet (13 answers total) 12 users marked this as a favorite
I'm facing a giant writing project in the next six months or so and I want to keep track of how many hours I'm working and when. So, at the end of it all, I want to be able to look at a bunch of data and see that I worked for 35 hours on chapter 1, mostly between 11 pm and 2 am, or that the entire project took me 700 hours of writing.
Ideally it would be some kind of small widget where you just press "start" and "stop" every time you work.
I've checked out a few web apps, like toggl (too simple), harvest (not free), and tick (not enough detail)--are there others that do what I want them to, or am I missing features on the ones above that already do what I want them to?
1. Free (ideally)
2. Mac compatible
3. Has a widget interface of some kind (not essential)
4. Keeps track of the amount of time AND the time of day and dates
5. Data is downloadable into csv format
6. Web app is OK but must be able to record time while I'm not connected to the internet (and then upload later).
Does such a thing exist?