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Simple ways to track your time

Are you curious where your time goes each week? Or, maybe you are making a case for more headcount on your team and need to back it up with data? Here is a simple time tracker for team personal or team use.

The table below is a record of activities sorted and grouped by week, which you can then visualize as charts in your custom
page.

Looking for something more precise? Check out this
where you can start and stop the clock throughout the day and record activities down to the last second. If you rather automate this process (and save even more time) check out this time tracker that
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Week Of
Person
Date
Activity
Description (optional)
Total Hours
3/29/2020
BL
Ben Lee
4/1/2020
Projects
Community 2.0 project...
2
4/5/2020
BL
Ben Lee
4/6/2020
Email
4
LS
Lane Shackleton
4/8/2020
Projects
5
LS
Lauren Struthers
4/9/2020
Email
2
4/19/2020
LS
Lane Shackleton
4/23/2020
Internal Meetings
4
4/26/2020
LS
Lauren Struthers
4/29/2020
Admin Work
0.5
LS
Lauren Struthers
4/29/2020
Internal Meetings
4
LS
Lane Shackleton
4/29/2020
Projects
3
BL
Ben Lee
4/29/2020
Internal Meetings
1.5

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