Tyme has been fully updated for macOS 11 Big Sur. Besides the obligatory widgets for the notification center, we've added mini-statistics in Tyme's toolbar. You can instantly see how many open project & tasks you have or what's missing when looking at your time entries. Update Tyme to version 2020.26 to enjoy the fresh look.
With the public release of iOS 14, Tyme offers some new and shiny widgets for your home screen. Using the widgets, you always have an overview when you started working or when it's time to call it a day. See your detailed workload during the week or the entire month. And yet the widgets are simply beautiful:
We're experimenting with the new home screen widgets that will be available this fall in iOS 14 (and macOS Big Sur). Widgets are a perfect fit for Tyme. Using a widget you'll instantly have an overview over your day or if a timer is still running. Right on your home screen.
We're currently working on these two types of widgets:
Today Widget: The today widget displays the running timer, your daily total, when you've started working and when it's time to call it a day. It also has a larger mode, where you can see your week and how many hours you've worked.
Month Widget: The month widget is kind of a calendar, where you can see your workload over the entire month. When did you work overtime? How many hours do you accumulated over the month? Using the month widget you always know.
Do you have an idea for a widget? What would you like to see on your homescreen? Drop us a mail: email@example.com
Finally you can enter non-working days like a vacation or sick days in Tyme. Share a vacation with your team, create absence days for your whole team or just create a vacation for yourself. Non-working days are displayed in the time entries and statistics. See instantly where you took a vacation and how many days of absence you have.
Along with the vacation feature, you can enable an additional new gap-chart in the time entries, that shows you when you work during the day. Gaps and missing times are instantly identifiable using this chart.
Happy tracking and enjoy your vacation!
One of the most frequent questions we have received lately was how to define holidays and sick days in Tyme. At the moment you can solve this by creating a non-billable task "holidays" and book your holiday on it. But this is more than cumbersome, so we are working for one of the next updates to directly add vacation and sick days in Tyme. Holidays can then be set for the whole team, for example. This way the numbers in the statistics and the workload are always 100% correct.
If you have a feature request or a suggestion regarding this topic, just send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
With the last update Tyme finally has full undo support. So if you accidentally deleted a project, stopped a timer or marked a whole year as paid. Undo to the rescue. And if you accidentally undid something that you didn't want to undo, you can even undo the undo using the redo (⇧⌘+Z) action.
Undo also works in the iPhone & iPad app (There is a new button in the settings to trigger the undo).
If we could we'd undo 2020, but just let's hope things will get better soon. Stay healthy!
With Tyme, you can not only record times while you work, you can also plan your projects and tasks ahead. This gives you an overview of your workload at all times.
When you create a new project or task, simply enter the start and due date and the planned time.
Tyme will show you how your workload looks like and how much breathing space you have left for other projects. The statistics are updated live as you work on the project.
Additionally you can see how much time you have at your disposal. Like in this example, 70 hours of maximum 160 hours are already planned.
We have just released the successor of Tyme 2, Tyme 3, after 9 months of development. Besides a completely revised UI, which emphasizes effective and fast handling, there are many new features:
A detailed overview of the features can be found here.