Time Tagger
Time Tagger
1.31

3.0

Time Tagger free download for Mac

Time Tagger

1.31
04 May 2010

Track your time just by clicking tags on and off.

Overview

Time Tagger's revolutionary new tag-based interface makes time-tracking simpler and more elegant than it's ever been before.

Whether you track your time for invoicing or productivity, Time Tagger simplifies this vital business task by eliminating the projects, clients, tasks and timers that bog down other time-tracking solutions and replacing them all with a unique and intuitive tagging metaphor.

The main Time Tagger window features a large, easy-to-read field of text snippets, or tags, which users can click on and off to describe the work they are doing at any moment. Custom tags can easily be created on the same window. A flexible reporting tool makes it easy to generate time sheets for any set of tags.

Time Tagger is currently a Mac-only product and runs natively on Intel or PowerPC Macs. Matterform recommends OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or 10.5 (Leopard) for use with Time Tagger.

What's new in Time Tagger

Version 1.31:
  • This new version fixes a bug that caused Time Tagger to hog the CPU. With this fix, Time Tagger should consume less than 1% of CPU resources when idle.
  • This release also fixes a problem with displaying help info on Snow Leopard.

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1 Time Tagger Reviews

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Anon-Bud
20 March 2009

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Been toying with this for a bit. I like the tagging aspect as it is a quick and easy way to record the amount of time spent on various projects/activities/etc. Demo does not allow a complete import to Excel or Numbers, so I do not know if it imports in such a way as to create pie charts of activities. No real ability to add notes to activities except through creating a separate tag for the note which seems to me cumbersome. Also, their website indicates a price of $29.95, not the $18.95 listed by MacUpdate.
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Version 1.0
Anon-Bud
20 March 2009
Been toying with this for a bit. I like the tagging aspect as it is a quick and easy way to record the amount of time spent on various projects/activities/etc. Demo does not allow a complete import to Excel or Numbers, so I do not know if it imports in such a way as to create pie charts of activities. No real ability to add notes to activities except through creating a separate tag for the note which seems to me cumbersome. Also, their website indicates a price of $29.95, not the $18.95 listed by MacUpdate.
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Version 1.0
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UltraVira
UltraVira
06 May 2011
There have been some changes since the previous comment. Versions 1.3 and greater of Time Tagger for Mac (by Matter of Form) now have the ability to add notes. The application is not only a time tagger, it also has report capabilities. The reports can be exported as tab-delimited text files to import into spreadsheets or billing programs. For more information, visit the developer's website to see the short and easy - but complete - manual. There are also useful software tips. The free demo trial is currently 15 days long. Although all the features are available in the demo mode, printing and exporting are limited to 10 time slices. So keep that limitation in mind when creating data to test the demo's reporting feature.
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