These are the 8 crucial features of TimesheetKiller. The only fully automated time tracking tool that stores all your data inside your computer.
TimesheetKiller runs in the background and analyzes what programs and tools you use. The application processes the names of files and folders in which you work and the URLs of the pages you use. This data is used to assign your work-time to relevant projects.
At TimesheetKiller, you define which projects you work for. You can add keywords to each project. This allows the application to assign your work time more accurately. You can save an unlimited number of projects.
Prepare daily, weekly, monthly and yearly timesheet
Based on the collected data, TimesheetKiller assigns the time of specific activities to the projects you define. The application prepares for you time reports for individual days, weeks, months, and years.
All actions carried out by TimesheetKiller take place locally on your computer. We do not send your data collected by the application. If you want TimesheetKiller to track your work time on more than one device, there is such a possibility, but it’s your decision through which cloud you want to transfer data between your devices.
We know that you want some of the activity on your computer not to be tracked by TimesheetKiller. That’s why the application has an incognito mode in which it is able to define what actions are not to be tracked by TimesheetKiller.
We know that reporting your working time can be time-consuming, therefore the application allows you to export reports from TimesheetKiller to a csv / xls file. You will e.g. be able to send this data to your employer.
Adjusting logged time
You probably aren’t working just on your computer. If you want to include such time in your timesheet, you have the option of changing the report prepared by TimesheetKiller. You can change the working time in our application so that your timesheet corresponds to the real-time devoted to working.
Expanding logged time to expected work time
We present the user interface of our application. Each platform has a light and dark view. Below you can see screens for Windows in the light and for macOS in the dark theme. We think that neumorphism looks great. Let us know which style better suits your preferences.
Screens for Windows (light mode)
Screens for macOS (dark mode)