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  2. While it can be difficult to precisely define what time is, it is more relevant to say that “time is what can be measured.” And measure it we do, whether by a clock on the wall, a wristwatch, or the clock app on our smartphone. In order to maximize productivity, we need to not waste time that could be better devoted to productivity, and that also goes for our employees as well. In that spirit, there is software available that can help to manage time, and therefore fully maximize it. These services can provide functions ranging from email reminders to keep a project on track, to team project management, or to tracking for billable hours. Now that we know a little about the possibilities for time management solutions, let’s highlight the best software available in this space. Also, be sure to check out the best free time management solutions as well. We've also highlighted the best productivity apps of 2018 Timecamp Timecamp has a number of simple to use functions related to time tracking aimed at maximizing team productivity. The feature set includes billable time tracking, sending invoices based on time spent, an attendance tracker, and team time tracking. It also can integrate with over 50 apps for ease of use, including Slack, Jira and Evernote. There is also Automatic Time Tracking which can be used for employee internet usage monitoring, and to assign an entry to the correct project. The time management software function puts this all together to be able to track a team’s time spent on a project, and also their productivity. There is a free tier for limited use as it only supports a single user. The next higher plan is the Basic tier, that has no limit on the number of users, supports billable time functions, and costs $7 (£5) per month, with an annual prepaid discount available. A free 30-day trial is available for the paid tiers. You can sign up for Timecamp here Tmetric For freelancers and companies alike, Tmetric dubs itself a ‘work time tracker,’ which via a clean interface provides “great control over time intervals and project budgets.” The key is a visual timeline that gives insight into the activities throughout the day, which you can turn into billable hours. The process can be automated as there are browser add-ons to directly and seamlessly capture every minute of data to feed back into Tmetric, which is then tracked, to totally capture each and every billable minute. Furthermore, there is support for different currencies, and the ability to track costs per teams, to help maximize income while keeping projects within a predefined budget. Finally, tasks can be tracked by individual team members to follow their productivity, and compared to their peers. There is a free tier that supports up to 5 users. The Professional tier is available for $5 (£4) monthly per user, which adds billable rates, invoicing and to-do lists. The top tier Business plan costs $7 (£5) per user per month, which adds Timesync with Jira and Redmine, and can provide cost rates for employees. Both free plans have a 30-day free trial available. You can sign up for Tmetric here Toggl Toggl takes a simplistic approach to time management, with included tracking reminders, and idle detection to make sure the job gets done. It also has cross-platform support, so for example, time tracking can begin in the browser of a desktop PC, and then be stopped on a smartphone with time entries synced between devices; there are mobile apps and browser extensions to accomplish this. Toggl also makes it simple to break down your hours worked, by either the project, by client or by the task, and can then analyze them to determine which is making the best return for the hours spent to facilitate maximizing profits. The Toggl app is simple, but unfortunately it does not support invoicing. There is a 30-day free trial for the paid tiers, and a Basic level is available for up to 5 team members. For managing the time of larger groups, the Starter level goes for $10 (£8) per user per month, with an annual discount available. You can sign up for Toggl here Chrometa Wonder no more “where the day has gone,” with the Chrometa software that can capture automatically the tasks that you and your team work on. It does this by capturing the URL of the website that you visit, the subject and addressee information from an email, and the file info when working on a local file - and stops the clock when you go away from the computer. It also captures, via Android and iOS apps, phone calls and text messages to turn time on a mobile device into billable time as well. Seriously, Chrometa is a billing manager’s dream for their office. There is a 30-day free trial, but no free plan. The paid plans start with the Individual Plan, that costs $19 (£14) per month, and supports up to 4 users, and provides a 1 hour personal training session. You can sign up for Chrometa here ManicTime Do you need time management software, but have privacy concerns about sending data cloud-wards? ManicTime is downloadable software that is run locally and keeps its data local, and does not connect to some server in the sky. Just like some other cloud-based solutions, it can automatically keep track of time spent, whether on a local file, or through a website. ManicTime also integrates with task-based systems, like Github or Jira. For an individual plan, there is a free tier which has basic functionality, or the Pro tier that costs $67 (£51) and includes a year of software upgrades. You can sign up for ManicTime hereView the full article
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  4. Welcome back Achiyan, and i'm glad you doing good, have a wonderful day brother.
  5. You may be correct, but I usually think of "logs" as being much, much longer, such as those on logging trucks. I would call his targets "pieces of logs", but I can't find the technical term.
  6. I meant that he is splitting good quality pieces of botanical wood, not the zoological "wood" that you seem to have in your mind.
  7. Explodes the Fire For Effect of a teammate of mine, I'm thrown into the air, before splatter, I took this screenshot on fa_bremen_b3 falling, I killed an enemy, crushing his head to him
  8. I see... so nowadays its called like that. I would say his toes are made of steel. I guess he wasnt this good from day 1 :o
  9. I been off for a few weeks do to losing a job. just got a job about a week or so ago so it might be a few before im back on ET. cant wait to be back :P

  10. That woman reacted so quickly with medical gloves and a tourniquet that I wonder if this is a common event in that shop? Lesson: if you don't have a holster for your pistol, but it in your pants behind your back. You can only shoot your ass off that way.
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    the first is amazing
  12. adler is always their and fueldump as well. Falcon was their, no?
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  14. 22. June Brazil -:- Costa Rica Nigeria -:- Island Serbia -:- Switzerland
  15. Nigeria - Iceland: Draw Brazil - Costa Rica: Brazil Serbia - Switzerland: Serbia
  16. $20,- June 22nd 00:49 CEST Transaction ID - 6NV90320FH8889528
  17. So I bought Insurgency earlier this week for 10 bucks. Now it's 2. I WILL DIE IN POVERTY!
  18. Im going for Russia to win the cup, Mexico winning to Germany, couldnt believe it, not a wise football fan but the news said was 1st time in World Cup history...
  19. Cortex. Been a long time since I was Cortexulated. Some players were asking today about Adler and Fuel dump. Did they get taken off? Oh and Falcon as well I would love to see it on Silent1. Thank You for your consideration. RatSpit.
  20. Il Giappone lo vincerà !!! Hanno il samurai !!!
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  22. I picked up Fallout 4 GOTY and Battlezone: Combat Commander. Clanmates have been saying i ought to get Rising Storm 2: Vietnam, so i'll probably get that as well. I've been saving muhaha
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