Applications Supported by TimeTracker

TimeTracker can accurately capture 100% of the applications used on Mac and Windows computers TimeTracker can also capture activity with documents and URLs in for specific applications, including the primary applications used professionally.

TimeTracker is automatic...and has no Start or Stop buttons. And don't worry about stepping away from your computer, TimeTracker recognizes when your idle and does not report any activity during those idle times.    

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Microsoft OFfice

TimeTracker captures your document-level activity in the most popular business applications: Word, Excel and PowerPoint

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Adobe Creative Cloud

TimeTracker runs seamlessly as a Creative Cloud extension, automatically capturing which documents are being actively used in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, InCopy, After Effects and Premiere Pro.  

Click here to learn more about the TimeTracker extension for Adobe Creative Cloud.

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Apple Productivity Tools

TimeTracker captures your activity within Keynote, Numbers and Pages on a minute-by-minute basis.

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Popular Browsers

TimeTracker captures the URLs that you're visiting, allowing you to understand how you spend your time.  Though TimeTracker is completely private, it is also configurable to 'not capture' activity in specific applications/browsers of your choice. Browsers include: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Apple Safari

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EXchange Outlook and Google calendars

TimeTracker can automatically sync with Microsoft Exchange and Google calendars to pull your meetings into your timesheet. Configurations allow you to pull all meetings, only meetings with multiple participants, or only meetings identified with a job code.  It's your choice.