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Track My Hours - without a doubt has the exact feature set you are looking for: Can track hours, with clock in/clock out functionality Can do manual entries, also can specify that some employees can't do manual entries (important for us, because our min wage employees we don't want editing their hours) Tracks unlimited number of Jobs and clients, or can ...


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Rescue Time is another option, automatically tracks your time spent on each active window.


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I would use the following formula to calculate the difference in hours. Formula =(B1-A1)*24 Explained The time difference is calculated in days. If you multiply times 24, you end up with hours. Time difference is 2 hours and 3 quarters of an hour (165 min). Screenshot Example I've prepared an example file for you: Time Tracker formula and included ...


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We use TickSpot for time tracking in our business, It fulfils the majority of your feature requests.


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How about Freckle? http://letsfreckle.com/


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Try http://time.is/. It's a pretty simple app that shows your local time, based on a world atomic clock, and includes the option for some customization (12/24 hr, calendar, etc).


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Rescue Time has automatic monitoring (windows) and project management links.


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I liked ClockingIt pretty much as long as I used it. It is free, you can host it yourself if you want: no restrictions or limits one-click time tracking clean and out of the way interface interactive gantt chart & scheduling flexible reporting multiple ways to communicate tracks and indexes all changes notifications via email, rss & ical ...


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The nearest match to your requirements I could find was http://www.inboxjournal.com/ This lets you post journal entries per day tag entries so you could tag them as work, study etc view history post entries as private or public However, it doesn't enable you to split them by hourly intervals or view charts.


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You can do this by modifying the current formulas and adding one of your own. Based on the template you mentioned, you need to amend the formula for the Total hours per day: column to: =IF(24*(C2-B2) > 10, 10, 24*(C2-B2)) Then in Column E add a new formula: =IF(D2=10, ABS(10.00 - (24*(C2-B2))),0) Then the Formula for Total Hours For This Pay Period ...


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You can use some jQuery plugins like this one: http://tenseveninteractive.com/content/jquery-countdown-background-and-overlay or this one: http://www.littlewebthings.com/2010/02/jquery-countdown-script/ or this one (but then you'll have to design it a little): http://keith-wood.name/countdown.html


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If you are looking for a webapp, take a look at here: http://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/1866/recommendation-for-a-web-app-to-track-time-like-a-time-clock-at-work


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I use http://slimtimer.com. Was this the one you are looking for?


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It wasn't http://letsfreckle.com/ was it?


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I don't know which one uses @keyword for tags, but toggl is pretty good for a web app that manages complex time tracking.


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We use http://www.getharvest.com/ for time tracking. It has project budgets, different billing rates, alerts and stats about budgets, it can also do invoices.


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I liked ClockingIt pretty much as long as I used it. It is free, you can host it yourself if you want: no restrictions or limits one-click time tracking clean and out of the way interface interactive gantt chart & scheduling flexible reporting multiple ways to communicate tracks and indexes all changes notifications via email, rss & ical ajax, ...


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Billing application Freshbooks has a widget that does most if not all of what you require. I'm very happy with this app.


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Check out Kimai. It's the best I've encountered so far and it is open source and actually quite simple so if you have some programming knowledge you can even adapt it to your needs (I did it). http://www.kimai.org/en/



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