Prove what research you have been doing on the web and for how long.
Timed Browser Prove Your Web Search. Timed Browser is a simple and intuitive extension that lets you prove what research you have been doing on the web. Timed Browser keeps track of the sites & pages you are visiting on your active tab plus the length of time spent on each page. Used By: Researchers: Prove the time and date of current, past & original research. Employment Searches: Government agencies increasingly require proof that individuals are actively seeking work, where and for how long. Virtual Assistants: Employers need to know that the hours of work they are paying for can be verified. Features: Google Search: Built in Google Search direct from the extension. Mini Reports: Quick snap-shot of web browsing data. Full Reports: View browsing data in three perfectly prepared charts. Pause Timer: Pause & Continue timer with-out losing any data. Save Session: Timed browsing sessions can be saved online for later viewing and sharing. Named Sessions: Name each timed session. Notes make it easy to remember why you were searching in the first place. Link Removal: Remove any visited URL before saving the final report to the cloud.
- (2021-02-10) Bertha salazar: ¡Muy práctico!
- (2015-01-28) Dan Keegan: Great app! Really simple and straight-forward. Going to be interested to see how it develops as seeing lots of self help and business potential
- (2014-07-26) Denise Pitter: Very handy! Love it!
- (2019-11-14, v:0.1.6.8) Victor Gourmelon: Student Concentration Capacity - Need your help for my Thesis !
Hi ! My name is Victor and I'm a 3rd year business student in France, first of all let me say how much this extension is useful in my day to day life, I can better see how I use Internet and the results are quite alarming ! I am currently conducting a thesis on the impact of sensibilisation towards the concentration capacity among students. I would like to study the browsing habits of a sample of students by using your extension. I think that to have authentic results, students must forget that their navigation habits are being recorded. So I was wondering maybe if it would be possible to add a "disapear" fonctionnality when activating the extension so that the user won't see the toolbar each time he's changing websites. I was also wondering if there would be a possibility to automatically start the recording when the browser is launched, so that even if he restarts his computer, he won't have to re-activate the extension. Thanks a lot for your help, wishing you a wonderful day ! (English is not my mother tongue so please excuse-me if my request contains gramatical atrocities)