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Old 06-25-2007, 06:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I work for a computer company and ive been looking for an app that i could use on my blackberry to track my work hours for myself and also time spent working on other peoples computers. also it would be great i could sync it up to my desktop to print timecards out. anyone have any suggestions or know of programs that will allow me to do such things? Also if there is any Free version some of like this i would love it even more.
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Old 06-25-2007, 06:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you checked the RIM software site or Handango.com?
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No I dont think so but I have checked out some site. Im looking for something thats not too expensive since the company is not going to be paying for it. its only going to be used by one person and thats me.
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I work for a computer company and ive been looking for an app that i could use on my blackberry to track my work hours for myself and also time spent working on other peoples computers. also it would be great i could sync it up to my desktop to print timecards out. anyone have any suggestions or know of programs that will allow me to do such things? Also if there is any Free version some of like this i would love it even more.
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I have tried AirTime and really like it. I use BizTrackIt. AirTime's advantage over BizTrackIt is that it automatically recognizes time spent on calls and e-mails and brings up a dialogue allowing you to categorize the time or ignore the time (for personal calls and e-mails you don't need to bill). I use BizTrackIt because it's only $34.95. Airtime's price is in the mid-triple digits. For attorneys and other similar professions, for whom catching every second of billable time is a must (and those who can afford the software) I would recommend AirTime. I build websites as a side interest, so while that would be nice, it isn't a must for my business. For folks like me, BizTrackIt is the only viable solution.

For what it's worth, Chad (who has appeared on these forums in regard to AirTime) was very helpful during my trial of AirTime. I wish I could have repaid his helpfulness with a sell. Unfortunately, that just wasn't an option for me.
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Old 06-25-2007, 08:51 PM   #5 (permalink)
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gdpmumin: Thanks for your input but im looking for programs that will will allow me to input times that i do physical work on computers. it sounds like thoes programs have to do with recording call times is that right? Or does these do both?
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AirTime does both. The call logging is automatically recognized. With BizTrackIt, you would manually have to enter any calls and e-mails you wanted to log the time for.

Both apps have a start and stop feature, so when I start work on a design project, I hit/click the In button. When I'm finished or want to take a break, I hit the Out button.

BizTrackIt has a setting where you can change the project you're working on and it will automatically "punch out" of the current project and "punch in" on the new project.

So from the way I'm reading you, sounds like either of these will work for you. Although since it's coming out of your pocket, BizTrackIt is pretty much it. They do have a trial you can download and use (I think).
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Take a look at Aligo's WorkTrack product:

Aligo - WorkTrack - Mobile Time Collection
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