Updates you can expect to see in DeskTime version 2.0

We’re excited – this week will mark the launch of DeskTime 2.0! 

We’ve had a lot of feedback from users, and have implemented many ideas. Here are just a few that you can expect to see next week:

1. Productivity Level Tracking

Not only is your time tracked, but your level of productivity as well. You can keep track to see when you’re least/most productive. Use this info to plan your day!

2. Reports for everyone!

Previously, only administrators had access to the reports section. Though they’ll be the only ones to see the whole company’s productivity, regular and individual users will also be able to see statistics on their own productivity. This offers the chance for the regular user to take advantage of the software even more, to make the most of the day. 

3. Export names of individual files

This feature’s been asked for a lot. The option to export to XLS not only the names of the applications used, but also of the file names within that application. 

Those are just a few of the many updates, we’ll be sure to post more with time!

One thought on “Updates you can expect to see in DeskTime version 2.0

  1. Mariizca

    My first step was making a great big giant calander and taping it to the wall above my iMac. Because I forget everything, and I can’t keep track of time. Somehow since I started freelancing full time my productivity went down the drain, because I no longer have a tight time frame to make it work. Turns out I needed the structure and the pressure of juggling several jobs at once. I just procrastinate otherwise. So, calander to write down everything in is my first step. Step number two writing a daily schedule. It’s List Time!

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