iCal Time-Recording
iCal Time-Recording
2.1

5.0

iCal Time-Recording free download for Mac

iCal Time-Recording2.1

24 February 2015

AppleScript app for time recording in iCal.

Overview

iCal Time-Recording is designed for time tracking on tasks. You can create Tasks, finish them and the script outputs a weekly/monthly statistic on those. New in Version 2 is a direct ics-export feature, that makes it easy to use not just in Apple iCal but also in Google Calendar or any other app that supports .ics.

Features:
  • Blasting fast, because it is not an AppleScript running in iCal any more, but an AppleScript running a php-routine
  • ics export to a user defined folder (e.g. Public Dropbox folder) as a single file or separate files named by project-names.
  • Share the ics files easily with iCal or GoogleCalendar via a public link (when stored in your Dropbox)
  • Your task database is nothing but a simple text-file in your documents folder. Easy to edit if needed
  • Task statistics on the week and the month
  • Also available as single script-file for easy launch via scripting-menu (e.g. using FastScripts)

What's new in iCal Time-Recording

Version 2.1:

Note: Although Finder indicates no version number for this application, the developer refers to it as version 2.1.

  • Updated Time-Zone routine to make it work it 10.9 and 10.10 again

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How would you rate iCal Time-Recording app?

1 Reviews of iCal Time-Recording

D9
24 February 2015
Version: 2.1

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I'm in no way talking down on the quality and performance of this software, but I'd recommend changing the name to Calendar Time-Recording since iCal is now a former name. Since the introduction of OS X Mountain Lion in 2012, iCal is now called Calendar (app) by Apple. It seems either old or confusing to those who know nothing of the original iCal.

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D9
24 February 2015
Version: 2.1
I'm in no way talking down on the quality and performance of this software, but I'd recommend changing the name to Calendar Time-Recording since iCal is now a former name. Since the introduction of OS X Mountain Lion in 2012, iCal is now called Calendar (app) by Apple. It seems either old or confusing to those who know nothing of the original iCal.

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