September 13, 2004 2:21 PM   Subscribe

I run a 2 person design office. Can anyone recommend an easy to use web based timesheet program? Cheap is good.
posted by alball to Computers & Internet (9 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Not filling out timesheets is a major reason to choose to work at a two-person design office. What can possibly be so complicated about your mutual expenditures of time that it requires a software solution?
posted by blueshammer at 2:42 PM on September 13, 2004

Not exactly a "timesheet," but provides that function and more: Our small firm uses the Quickbooks online edition to track billable time and generate invoices, etc. The boss seems pleased with it.
posted by Tubes at 3:12 PM on September 13, 2004

Blue, being able to quickly get an aggregate of how much time you spent on each part of a project is critical to a small shop.
posted by alan at 3:44 PM on September 13, 2004

the design firm i freelanced at used timefox.

though i was a lowly pleb so i couldnt tell you if its cheap or easy on the admin end.
posted by c at 4:37 PM on September 13, 2004

Over at sourceforge, a search on "timesheet" yields a bunch of projects, many (most?) web-based. I'm afraid I can't comment on their relative merits, but hey, they're all free.

You could also start off looking at the "scheduling" category and drill down from there.
posted by adamrice at 5:19 PM on September 13, 2004

Response by poster: thanks for all your comments, save the first one.
posted by alball at 6:22 PM on September 13, 2004

If you have Linux experience, try Konae. Open source, free, actively maintained by the people who use it.
posted by i_am_joe's_spleen at 7:58 PM on September 13, 2004

Clients & Profits has a web-based version, I believe. Not sure about the cheapness, though.
posted by robbie01 at 12:05 AM on September 14, 2004

My wife uses Clients & Profits at her job. She hates it--it's complicated, buggy, and counter-intuitive for her. She also says it's very expensive (not that she's paying for it).
posted by adamrice at 6:48 AM on September 14, 2004

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