ClokBox
ClokBox
7.5

0.0

ClokBox free download for Mac

ClokBox

7.5
24 January 2008

Time tracker for contractors. (was TimeStor)

Overview

ClokBox is designed for use by contractors, and other workers who need to track the time they spend working. The program presumes that there might be any number of projects or clients (referred to by the program as activities) that the user will need to track. These activities might include various billable projects, as well as non-billable activities. The program also presumes that the user will be "off the clock"; that is, not performing trackable work 24/7.

The program lets these contractors easily track these activities. In this case, a work activity means simply that the contractor has begun billable work, has begun non-billable work, or is off the clock. The program also allows contractors to track activities for multiple clients or projects.

Some Features of Clokbox:

A built-in Web server

  • The ClokBox application ships with its own Web server... built right in! So installation and setup is a snap. No system administrator experience required!

Advanced Reporting

  • Produce full-color bar charts and pie-charts, or spreadsheet reports that are easily importable into your favorite database applications, straight from you ClokBox application. Reports are fully customizable, allowing you to calculate data from any or all of your projects and users.

Easy User Administration

  • Quickly add new users to your ClokBox instance with ClokBox's intuitive users panel.

Easy Backup Features

  • Concerned about losing your data? Then let ClokBox's backup features help you make quick backups of all of your data. Need to switch computers? Use the backup features to easily move your ClokBox data from one computer to another.

What's new in ClokBox

Version 7.5: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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1 ClokBox Reviews

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Brildenlanch
21 September 2004

Most helpful

I can't be sure but from the screenshot it looks like Java. I'd rather be shot than use a java app other than on the web.
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Version 7.0
Brildenlanch
21 September 2004
I can't be sure but from the screenshot it looks like Java. I'd rather be shot than use a java app other than on the web.
Like
Version 7.0