Time Doctor provides detailed analytics of where time is spent in the work day. See websites and applications visited when working and screenshots of the computer screen every few minutes while they work.
Time Doctor will not only track the total time worked by every person on your team, but it will also provide a breakdown of how much time is spent on each project, client, or task. The time tracking data is accurate to the second so you can see exactly where time is spent and you can also verify where time is spent. You can use this data to bill clients or to have an accurate record for paying staff.
Your team members will get a lot more done each day, increasing productivity in your company and dramatically reducing wasted time. With Time Doctor, you and your team will find it easier to focus on important tasks without getting sidetracked.
Time Doctor gives you detailed insights into how you spend your time so that you know where your weaknesses are and can improve them. Managers will receive a weekly report outlining which websites and applications were used and for how long. Individual users will receive the same report outlining their own time usage statistics. This report maximizes productivity tracking and helps to identify productivity issues.
Time Doctor silently records application and internet usage for all users while they are working
Time Doctor smoothly integrates with some of the most popular management platforms on the market today. These allow you to use Time Doctor to seamlessly track time spent on projects and tasks from those other platforms with a click of a button.
With the latest technology, more effective collaborative tools have been developed to address the difficulties and disadvantages of hiring remote workers. Virtual Assistants are in demand helping companies Worldwide produce more and better results for a low cost. Most remote workers and Virtual Assistants are paid by the hour and with Time Doctor, the management can track their employees real work status and productivity time. The features are designed to monitor the agent's screens and open tabs to ensure that the workers are doing work related tasks and opening company approved sites. Dashboard shows agent status where a Green circle beside the users name- means the person is working, if red, means the person is not working or on break At the end of the day, a report on accurate time usage can be viewed. Data gives the total of hours worked. It also shows the different tasks and how much time spent per task. You can select total hours worked per day, week, or per month.
What I like about Time Doctor is that it provides agent screenshots every 9 minutes. It also shows if there is a low activity period.
Most benefits and advantages are for employers and management with the reports and actual agent status and work hours. However, the agent's Time Doctor Application / Dashboard is not easy to manage and use. Integration to company's accounting and company provided software can be complicated. For every task accomplished it should also be made available in their time doctor application. Agent should identify which task he/she is currently working on that particular hour by providing notes per hour after selecting which task category it belongs. Agents however can save permanent tasks instead of typing them saving them more time by just clicking on the saved task before he or she starts working.
I saved a ton of time by using Time Doctor to track how I spend my day and on which projects. I also don't have to write anything down and then worry about losing it before I send a client an invoice. So it's really helped my organization as well.
Time Doctor has been a lifesaver for me. I am a one-person design company and I need to track the time I spend on many different projects all at once. My previous solution was to write down the time on sticky notes or note pads, but there was always the chance that I might misplace it or lose it. Nor could I generate my invoices from my home office if I'd left the billing hours info at my office. So this was a great all in one solution. Now I can choose the task I'm working on and don't have to worry about writing things down. If for any reason I forget what I was doing for a client and didn't make my task name specific enough, I can go back and take a quick look through the automatic screenshots. I also love that I can see how much time I spend on email and other admin tasks vs the actual design work. Love the reports that Time Doctor gives me as well.
Not much that I don't like about this software. But suggestions for improvement?
One thing I would love to see is integration with my cell phone. Time Doctor already has an app, but I want it to automatically capture the time I spend on my phone with clients. For now I have to manually enter in this time and must note when the call started and when it ended.
Integration into Wave apps where I generate my invoices. I'd like to be able to select a project from Time Doctor in my invoice and have it automatically populate the time I spent on it and the dates I worked on the project rather than manually finding and entering this information.
Super affordable and easy to use.
One of the very first sets of time tracker that I used . . . and still using at the very moment I'm writing this review. It perfectly fits with my internal processes. Very intuitive to use. Other time trackers try to reinvent the wheel as if mastering productivity is not hard enough. If you're using TD, you create a project, add a task, then just start doing it. No other hullabaloo.
Another advantage is the growing list of project management tool integration. Well, TD is a project maanagement tool already but if you're using other tools like Trello, you'll be happy to know that TD has you covered already.
Another advantage is the fact that TD has added the Client View feature. That means you can invite your client/s to log in to a panel and view all the screenshots and work you've billed them. That's a trust booster for you and your client especially if you're getting paid by the hour.
Hmm if there's something that I want TD to improve on is their mobile app. It lags from time to time. And you shouldn't let it compete with other apps unless you have a super high power smartphone. And if you're like me who's into quantified self, tracking other aspects of like aside from work is just an absolute must. And more often than not, it has to be done off your PC. That's why they have to improve their mobile app.
Thank you for using the app to manage your Team. I am glad the Client feature helps you as well.
We are working more on the mobile app now to be better at UI and functionality.
I am having a satisfactory experience, even comparing it with other software that perform the same functions. The TD has helped me to significantly improve my performance as an analyst, this has the same impact on personnel as monitoring to the point of achieving objectives that in principle seemed unattainable.
Certainly I liked the amount of options, speaking of indicators that help us manage staff and increase productivity significantly. Not only see captures, but also see the activity of their peripherals and the apps and programs they use
More than a "Cons" i would like that indicators such as low activity may be visible to individuals and not only to those who have TD group management. In turn, that this indicator can be traceable not only in the last 7 days of work but in editable periods of time, example: the last 3 days of work
Last year TimeDoctor has an issue which is not going to be fixed. The counter is being looped over certain time, and thus the time is being lost. The issues happens 1-2 times per month and usually it can be caught. The bug is clearly seen when you compare your web $ app usage report per day with your timesheet.
The problem is that I have reported them several about this issue, sent them my cache files several times too, and they did nothing about that. They did nothing about that for more than half of the year. Now I met the issue again, they have all the data in their servers (web&app usage report), but they once again ask me for my cache files. Like it is the first time they see the issue.
Also note that their TimeDoctor Lite application consumes a lot of CPU time (20-30% of Core i5 4th gen), but you can install Pro version which is free.
Otherwise the tool is great, easy to use, with a lot of detailed reports.
It has all required features, and UX is very good. Everything is clear from min 1.
They have bugs which are not going to be fixed. And their support never tells you that. Asks for your Cache files, more details etc., but not fixing the issue.
Free 30-day trial
$9.99/user per month
$5/month solo plan
Time Tracking: When you can accurately track time, it is easier to ensure that everyone is working efficiently.
Avoid Distractions: Time Doctor helps you stay focused by gently nudging you when you are distracted from work.
Website and Application Monitoring: See detailed insights on how you spend your time so you know where your weaknesses are so you can improve them.
Integrations: Time Doctor smoothly integrates with some of the most popular project management platforms on the market today such as Basecamp, Asana, Freshdesk, JIRA, Trello, Podio, Teamwork, Workflowmax.
Screenshot Recording: This optional feature will allow you to take screenshots of the computer screen every few minutes.
Client Login: You can give your clients access to Time Doctor at no extra cost. Your clients' access can be white-labeled with your own branding and can appear on your own company's domain.
Payroll: This optional feature enables you to easily pay your employees based on either hours tracked or fixed salaries with Time Doctor. Payroll setup is fully customizable. It includes a variety of payroll periods and supports all currencies.
Below are some frequently asked questions for Time Doctor.
Time Doctor offers the following pricing plans:
Starting from: US$10,00/month
Pricing model: Open Source, Subscription
Free Trial: Available
Free 30-day trial
$9.99/user per month
$5/month solo plan
Time Doctor offers the following features:
Time Doctor has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Small Business
Time Doctor supports the following languages:
Arabic, English, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish
Time Doctor has the following pricing plans:
Open Source, Subscription
Time Doctor supports the following devices:
Android, iPhone, iPad
Time Doctor integrates with the following applications:
Asana, Basecamp, Beekeeper, ClickUp, Freshdesk, ProjectManager.com, Slack, Teamwork Projects, Todoist, Zendesk
Time Doctor offers the following support options:
FAQs, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Phone Support, Video Tutorials