Clockify is a Simple Time Tracker and Timesheet app for your team to track time on projects. Set hourly rates, and calculate billable hours and payroll. Share and print export timesheet data in file formats of PDF, CSV, Excel. Freelancers, Small, Medium, and Enterprises make use of the software.
|Support||Business Hours Online||Customer Type||Individuals Freelancers Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
|API||Contact||San Francisco, California|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android Mobile - iOS Installed - Windows Installed - Mac||Category||Time Tracking Software|
Software is a Free Forever Software
$10 per Month per Workspace
$30 per Month per Workspace
Starts at $450 per Month
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 11/03/2019 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
Pros: the Pros of the program, I am told, is that it helps our HR and financial department keep track of our work on the projects we work on so that we can better and more accurately see how long we work on a project and for that reason allows us to more fairly bill our clients for time spent creating their products.
Cons: The cons I have with the program is that it's web-based and does not give you reminders that it is running, many an afternoon I head home forgetting to stop the timer and then I get back to work the following day with 22+ hours recorded on a project.
Overall: Our companies employees have been roped into using Clockify to keep track of our work, and it works well at time recording and organizing how long time was spent on what aspect of a project. it does just take time to get used to having to record every moment of your work day on an application though.
Pros: The greatest thing about Clockify is its simplicity. To be frank, I can be slow at learning new software. So, I've loved using Clockify to track hours. It's a great tool for billing clients and documenting time spent on different tasks. While we use a more official and developed software specific for our legal work, Clockify has been a beautiful additional tool.
Cons: My favorite thing about Clockify is its simplicity, but with that simplicity also comes some limitations. I suppose you can' t have your cake and eat it too! Clockify does not lend itself to creating visually appealing reports. That would be a nice improvement.
Overall: For a free product, I don't think you can find a better time-tracking device. I'd definitely recommend this.
Pros: -Intuitive User Interface: Simple, clean layout. Text and structure of page and menu bar are easy to navigate to.
-Features match needs of user: Basically, you start a project using the easy "+" sign, name it "Inbox responses", and begin and end a timer easily. This auto-imports into reports that break down each days use of time. This is especially helpful if you're trying to structure time-blocking for yourself or your team - it will give you an accurate reflection of how long tasks really take (something teams need to come to an understanding of and avoid assumptions). You can assign a dollar amount to your hourly rate, which also auto-imports with your report tool. This is one of the most valuable features because it's an accurate reflection of the value-prop of projects, and help you analyze if this is a good allocation of resources.
-Team or Individual Use: It's easy to add users and track time as a group. Report visibility is excellent, and you really couldn't ask for a cleaner layout.
Cons: -There's a "Tag" feature, but I'm not sure how it would be helpful.
-Not sure how the "tracker" device differs from the "projects" tool. They don't auto import.
Overall: Overall, this is actually one of the most intuitive time trackers I've ever seen, and it's free. When I don't just want to use a Pomodoro Timer, but want to actually get a view of how time is actually allocated, this makes it super easy.
Pros: Clockify has helped us control and monitor the activities of our consultants in the various projects we carry out. All in a simple and practical and safe way.
Cons: The clockify reports could be are more flexible, with the option to change the language, customize the header data. I have exported the information to excel and make the adjustments but could use this time in another activity.
Overall: Clockify has transformed our internal controls and we can say that we have raised the level of our company. We're safer to know that other big companies also use this platform because we want to be great too.
Pros: Free tool
Features to tag tasks by client, project, team, and much more
Dashboards and reports across teams allowing collaboration and management
Premium plan with more features is very affordable, compared to any competitor
Cons: Given it's a free tool there's nothing to complain about - the feature set is very rich
Just worth pointing out Clockify is a manual time tracking tool (different to other tools that track our usage in the background)
Overall: Before choosing Clockify we tested various competitors. Since Clockify provided an equal set of features and functionalities, but is free, it suited us very well (as a startup with limited resources). That said, we're considering the paid plan, given it is very affordable, adds more features, and supports the maintenance and further development of Clockify.
Pros: I like that it is very easy to input hours, add what the function was, and get totals for times.
Cons: Sometimes if you dont select a function (even if you're adding to an existing timesheet) punches will not save. also, notifications to the manager paying me sometimes do not send so I have to make the extra step of telling him to pay me.
Pros: the cross-platform ability, and the quality of it.
Cons: At this point (18/2/2019), everything is very good, and I don't have any specific problem with it.
Overall: I am a support technician, and I have to do time tracking for my job. This app is a great choice for me.
Pros: That you can enter different clients and different projects and switch between them in no time at all. You can add an hourly rate and Clockify times you, so you are always accurate with the amount of time spent of clients projects. You can either set Clockify to time you manually or automatically like a stop watch. You can change times and dates manually and adjust them if you need to. I.e. if you left your desk and forgot to switch the timer off.
Cons: Well, I'm using the free version as it's adequate for what I need and I'm just starting out freelancing my time. My only issue is that as I'm from the UK, Wales to be precise, the reporting Graphs are displayed in US$ and it did put my boss off a little bit! But we agreed as I could enter the £ sign for the lines of data and I could enter my hourly rate it did not matter all that much.
Overall: This software is ideal for my needs. I work part-time for a client working as his executive assistant and his bookkeeper. I was getting myself in a mess just using a timesheet created in MS Excel and when I discovered Clockify I was over the moon with joy. I keep Clockify open in the background and I switch projects when I start the work and when I finish the work. I used to under invoice for my time and lose income but now I can bill for every second I work on his projects. Also, it has great reporting function and can either print off or save as a PDF or Excel etc. So not only do I invoice my client, I've also got exact data for the time I carry out each of his tasks (Projects).
Pros: It's incredibly easy to use. Your entire team can download it and try it in no time. If you are asked to track your time, this is the way to go.
Cons: It could be just a little bit easier to add things in quickly.
Pros: Ease of use and flat/minimal design. It wasn't distracting or overstimulating.
Cons: The side nav menu seemed cluttered, I wonder if it can't be consolidated a bit.
Overall: I loved the reporting features, it seems far more robust than Toggl. For example, I can report by tags. This is amazing! Of all the tasks in my projects, I can easily pull a report to see how many hours I'm spending in meetings or JIRA whereas with Toggl, I have to pull many individual "Tag Reports" in order to see that.
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