Simple and useful time tracker. Collects tasks and works (timeslots) in hierarchical tree. Has: reports (based on xslt templates), localization (7 langs), xml data format, ical, jnlp and JIRA (R) support. Runs on Windows, Mac and Linux.
- time tracking
- hierarchical task tree
- predefined and custom reports (csv, html, txt)
- JIRA (R) 3.x/6.x/7.x support
- 7 localizations
- icalendar support
- native windows installer
- native debian package
- jnlp installer http://timeslottracker.sourceforge.net/timeslottracker.jnlp
Overall, this provides a useful combination of time tracking and task management. The interface takes a bit of work to understand, but the program performs well. I am using it to keep track of billable hours, etc. (I had been using GnoTime, but it relies on out-dated packages which Linux Mint (and Ubuntu) no longer offer, so cannot be installed.) Presently, TST (irritating acronymn for TimeSlotTracker) only has a bare minimum of documentation so you will need to do some experimentation to figure things out. Well worth your time to do so.
Installer doesn't work
Absolutely awesome. I learn more ans more every day of its capabilities.
Has just the right feature-set for me including flexible reporting. And the support from the developer is great :-)
Has the features I need and very easy to learn!