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Time Tracker by eBillity

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Turn your Google calendar events into time entries with Time Tracker’s Chrome extension and save even more time! Getting started is…

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Description from store Turn your Google calendar events into time entries with Time Tracker’s Chrome extension and save even more time! Getting started is simple, click ‘Add to Chrome’ then follow the steps to connect your Time Tracker account. Now you’re ready-set-go! How it works: 1. Go to your Google cal and click on the entry you want to sync with Time Tracker 2. Within the entry you will see “Time Entry” click on this to add/edit details 3. Once you have finished entering details click on ‘Save Time Entry’ Your calendar event is now a time entry within Time Tracker! If you have any questions or need help to setup the extension contact us at [email protected] Our support is always free! Time Tracker Overview Time Tracker by eBillity automates employee timekeeping to improve efficiency and increase profitability. Designed to streamline time tracking for payroll, client billing and productivity. Every account includes; weekly timesheets, timers or time cards, gps tracking, manager approvals, free integrations, time clock app, mobile apps for iOS and Android, real-time secure backups, live reports, customizable dashboard, multiple currencies, global time zones and an optional +Billing add-on for expense tracking, job cost reporting and client billing.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-01-16) Daniel Arranaga: Its finally here! The one feature that is a must have is being able to see which calendar events have been inputed. Outlook did this by changing the shade of the color of each event. Could be that or something else that shows that it went through.
  • (2019-11-22) I love that my Google Calendar can sync with my Time Tracker. It saves a lot of time!
  • (2019-11-14) Tanya Nicholas: It saves me time, what's not to love.

Latest issues

  • (2020-10-16, v:1.0.7) Justine Massey: Permissions
    Hello, I'm interested in using this extension. But why does it want permission to see my browsing history? That does not seem connected to the function of the extension at all, and goes too far into my privacy. Thanks, Justine Massey
  • (2020-01-16, v:1.0.7) Daniel Arranaga: Feature Request
    Some sort of feedback or color distinguisher that allows you to see which events have been submitted completely.
  • (2019-12-09, v:1.0.6) Tom Parker: Description vs. Subject in Time Entry
    The Outlook App allows you to default the converted meeting using the text from the body rather than the subject. Does the Chrome extension have that too?


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4.5 (2 votes)
Last update / version
2022-01-25 / 1.1.1
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