OfficeTimer
OfficeTimer
1.0.1b0

5.0

OfficeTimer free download for Mac

OfficeTimer

1.0.1b0
26 July 2008

Charge clients based on time of projects.

Overview

OfficeTimer is an application for consultants, designers, and other professionals who need to charge clients by the amount of time spent on a particular task.

What's new in OfficeTimer

Version 1.0.1b0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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6 OfficeTimer Reviews

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Jeff-H-
29 January 2005

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I'm suprised that nobody has used/reviewed this great little app yet. It just does what it says...it's just a simple task timer, but it does it's job. I used to use Sambucus, and it had some great features, but I noticed my OS getting weird and unstable shortly after I installed it. OfficeTimer has that good old drag-n-drop thing that I love, so I;ll be using it from now on. Good show!
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Version 0.1.2
catgil3-1
12 September 2014
This is the version I needed!! THIS one doesn't allow accidental loss of all those timelogs you accumulated but didn't save before inadvertently quitting the program. THIS one asks if you're sure you want to Quit. Otherwise a great little app, but as I didn't use it often, I would Shut Down and lose all my timelogs!
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Version 1.0.1b0
Anonymous
09 May 2005
It would be nice to have the option to combine/compile a "report" of the hours spent on a project. Or if there was a way to generate a summary of hours worked for each project. I dunno, just an idea.
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Version 0.2.3
Anonymous
08 May 2005
I would suggest to put an option to use and Hourly rate instead of by the minute. I chage by the hour and it doesn't divide nicely into minutes...
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Version 0.2.3
Anonymous
13 April 2005
The one problem I see with it is that the OSX version puts the configuration files in its own directory rather than in ~/Library/Application Support. This means you have to allow write access to a public file, and all users on the machine will be using the same file.
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Version 0.2.3
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
14 April 2005
Not really a problem; put a copy of the program in the Applications folder in each user's Home folder. Since it's free, it's not like you need to buy extra copies. The "preferences" system used isn't ideal I know, and it is certainly something I'll look at again.
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Version 0.2.3
Jeff-H-
30 January 2005
One suggestion I have that would be a needed addition to OfficeTimer...A pause feature.
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Version 0.1.2
2 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
10 February 2005
A pause feature is a good idea. I'm working on it right now, and should have the new version ready for download in a day or two.
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Version 0.1.2
Anonymous
Anonymous
13 April 2005
The pause feature is added. Took a bit longer than expected, because I found a hitch when the computer went to sleep. Anyway, seems to work fine now. Let me know if not! Cheers, Neale
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Version 0.2.3
Jeff-H-
29 January 2005
I'm suprised that nobody has used/reviewed this great little app yet. It just does what it says...it's just a simple task timer, but it does it's job. I used to use Sambucus, and it had some great features, but I noticed my OS getting weird and unstable shortly after I installed it. OfficeTimer has that good old drag-n-drop thing that I love, so I;ll be using it from now on. Good show!
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Version 0.1.2