Everhour time tracking software comes designed with multiple features pertaining to online time tracking, expense tracking, task management, project management, billing, and invoicing. Deployment options include Web, iOS etc. It is a user-friendly software that allows hassle-free tracking of billable & non-billable hours, vacations/leaves etc. Multiple billing rates, timesheet management, mobile time tracking capabilities improves its utility value. Online invoicing, project billing, hourly billing, contingency billing, customizable invoices further adds to its value. Everhour has reporting/analytics abilities. Users can track both salaried employees and hourly employees.
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|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - iOS||Category||Time Tracking Software|
Flat Price Limited to 1 Person
$5 for Per User/Month if billed as Annually or $7 for Per User/Month if billed as Monthly (Minimum 5 Seats)
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 29/10/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
The best part of Everhour is the ability to see where my team is spending their time. We used to work blindly, and since having the program, we've come to realize that some clients have actually spent double the time that they're charged for. In essence, the program has helped us re-structure our time and billing so that overall, we're a more profitable marketing agency.
I dislike the limited availability for customization. For example, in Basecamp, my company uses "projects" as "clients", because Basecamp gives us the ability to reload recurring projects & tasks by month - this becomes a necessity when figuring out how many tasks and how much time we're spending on clients monthly. In Everhour, we've had to construe our verbiage so that "projects" = "clients" in terms of billing, and we leave "clients" blank, which seems a bit off.
Dependent on what program you use, make sure you see the way(s) everything integrates during your trial to ensure it's the right program for you. Also, it's a little hard to get customer service (via email only unless they call you), so do try to get as much accomplished on your initial call.
The biggest problem we've solved with Everhour is production's time spent per customer. Some of our clients were getting way too production time for their monthly billing.
Thanks for the review, Erica!
We recently switched to Everhour as our tracking time plugin for Asana. It's fantastic! It's a seamless experience where everyone can track and log their hours within their tasks. It's quick to sync projects between systems and makes things a lot easier for everyone.
The Reports are a little difficult to create, but since we're still getting the hang of things we may learn down the line another solution to gather the info we're wanting.
If you want an easy way to view necessary information at a glance, I recommend Everhour. It's great to see the tracked hours toward a task, the overall budget for the project, and how team members are scheduled for the coming weeks.
We are using Everhour for tracking time, and for forecasting (their "Schedule" feature). This allows us to pull reports for clients, and make sure that team members aren't overloaded with work.
Everhour gives us just what we need for simple time tracking. The integration with Basecamp is especially nice and as a manager, I can easily see how our team allocates their time across clients.
The only small bug is needed to re-sync Basecamp each time new project is added.
Consider if you're managing a team and time tracking.
Everhour makes time report simple and transparent. I can reallocate resourced now knowing where time is spent.
Thanks, we appreciate this beautiful review, Ryder!
As an Asana user, we needed a time tracker that integrated perfectly with it. Everhour does just that for us. It made it very easy to implement within the team because they didn't have to take extra actions to track their time.
We also love the reports which are easily customizable. They make it easy for us to see where we put our time as a team and as individuals.
I no problems with Everhour. There are some features that aren't useful to us, but I assume they are useful to others.
I highly recommend you try Everhour, it is easy to use. Their chrome widget is great!
We wanted to see how much time was spent on each project. This way we could make sure we are using our time wisely.
Everhour has made it so simple for us to have the entire team track time for every rpoject going on in our agency. We have hundreds of tasks going on at once and we love that everhour makes it simple to integrate into our project management system. Each of our tasks has a simple play button next to it that the team can click easily to start tracking.
The reports everhour provides are robust and provide us insight into how much billable time is being spent on a daily basis, where and when employees are falling short, and it's easy to pull specific reports for billing purposes for reatainer vs project only clients. It has helped us get an overview of hours spent per project, and then also diving deep into specific tasks inside larger projets which has helped us narrow in on our pricing.
Some of the tools everhour offers, while I am sure are really great for efficiency, are a little difficult to understand how to use. They try to be a full project managing system, but it's not quite robust enough for an agency of our size. We use it only for the time tracking, where it has many other tools that I can't really speak to. We have tried to use the billable hours, scheduling, and clients tools but some of them aren't super user friendly with our project management system.
Make sure you get hte widget on your browser! It creates a slick little stopwatch right in the browser so you can see when you forget to turn off or on the timer.
Time tracking! It has been a great integration into asana for time tracking. We get super simple tracking capabilities and a live widget on our browsers so we can quickly tap and see what project we are on, how much time we have spent, etc. I personally love the weekly view that I can get a quick glimpse of what my team has tracked for the week on which days. It has helped us pin down un productive employees, as well as find a better pricign strategy by downloading robust reports that show time spent on projects and tasks inside that project.
Close integration to GitHub allows to work with estimates and man-hours with ease. Flexible reporting satisfies our needs. Built-in calculations of projects costs and budgets control are cool.
Despite being the owner of an Everhour account and payer for people I invited to Everhour, I'm unable to control in which GitHub repositories my people is allowed to track time.
If you are looking for time tracker for GitHub, I believe, Everhour is the best one.
We gather information about man-hours to bill our clients.
the easy integration with Asana, the reports section, and where you can see all the time the different freelancers worked on different projects.
I would like to have more automatic options for tracking, or options to track private tasks on Asana
1. We are now able to independently track hours of our freelancers - without being confined to Upwork or other platforms.
2. We are able to better calculate the costs of our projects and tasks.
3. We are able to better understand what tasks take more then others, and to increase or decrease people on projects accordingly
The flexibility of integrations so people can track time w/in any tool they're working in
I wish the slack integration was a little more customizable, rather than just alerting when people start/stop their timer (which is noisey), you could just have the ability to start/start your timer from slack
tracking team time across clients and projects within clients. Reporting on each project and then at the client level to manage profitability and process.
The interface is easy to use and easy to figure out. It integrates with Asana! The reports feature allows you to customize what you need. You can log your time with either Asana or Everehour. It is easy to edit and add to time. It forces you to track everything you do through Asana which was previously an issue for our staff.
The integration with Asana is somewhat limited. It cuts off the title if you use the Asana section to log time. It does not allow, or maybe I don't know how to turn off the billable time feature. We don't bill for our time so the billable time feature is distracting and sometimes confusing.
We are able to track our individual time as a team as well as to see what the team is focusing its time on. We able to see how we are using our time by project.
* Easy-to-use time tracking
* Good integrations (we are actively using GitHub, JIRA, Slack and Zapier - but there are many more)
* Complete and well-documented API
* Useful Browser-Extension for Chrome and Firefox
* Sophisticated reporting
* Useful predefined report templates
* Ability to add custom report templates
* Sort, filter and aggregate by pretty much anything
* Export as XLSX, CSV or PDF
* Very helpful and responsive support team
There are some minor UX issues:
* Sometimes it does not display the most recent data without a full reload
* The custom date-range picker sometimes defaults to values that are long in the past
Everhour gives me a detailed view of how our resource are spending their time across various customers and projects. I can configure per-project budgets, automated threshold alerts and custom reports. We are not (yet) using Everhours built-in resource-planning and invoicing facilities, but they look pretty good as well.