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Update 5/8/2017: After a year of investigating the best free time tracking software, we’ve updated this list to include product updates, expanded reviews, and new selection of great free tools.

At my first job, I worked as a research underling for a small HR consulting company. As tends to be the case with consulting, we billed clients on an hourly basis.

Of course, this was my first job, and I had no idea how to accurately track my time. I was used to campus hourly work, where you got compensated based on whether you showed up, not based on the amount of time you spent working on a specific project.

Getting used to time tracking was tough for me. In my creative process, I tend to have tabs upon tabs open. This is my screen right now in preparation for this article.


Meta, I know.

As someone who is chronically struggling with the battle between ADD, creativity, and getting things done on time; as someone who flips between Facebook, Hangouts, work email, and expense reports; and as someone whose attention span fluctuates (often forgetting to stop or start the time tracking button), calculating my hours was an optimistic dream at best.

Then again, we were relying on tools that didn’t facilitate the time tracking process well. We used Trello to track our projects and wrote in our hours worked on the kanban cards. That meant that we used another free online application with simple “start” and “stop” buttons and that we had to record each time we worked on a project. For me, that meant hunting through tabs and remembering to comply with time tracking altogether.

It was, in short, a disaster.

Since entering the project management software world a few years ago, I realized that my old job was suffering from a lack of quality business tools. Yes, what they were using was free, but there is also free time tracking software that’s better than the system we had. 

Free time tracking software

Best free time tracking software

So I went on a hunt. I looked through the time tracking apps that:

  • Offer a freemium version (not a trial or time bound in any way)
  • Provide at least one free integration with a popular tool
  • Provide project management functionality
  • Integrate with or provide a billing system
  • Offer a mobile solution for on-site visits
  • Have that “wow” factor

After filtering through 500 or so time tracking applications in Capterra’s directory, these eight stood out in the areas that I was examining. Not every business will fit every solution offered here, though. Take the time to compare features and pricing, and let me know in the comments if I missed any big winners!

These time tracking apps are sorted alphabetically, as their features vary enough that there isn’t a clear “best” or “worst.”

1. AccountSight

Reviewers have praised AccountSight for its reasonable pricing, functionality, and customer service.

Reviewers have praised AccountSight for its reasonable pricing, functionality, and customer service.

For example, one reviewer was thrilled that he could use “the system in about 10 minutes!”, while another wrote, “Overall the software is the perfect online solution for project cost tracking. The cost is extremely reasonable and the customer service is second to none. I highly recommend this software.”

In fact, most reviews commented on AccountSight’s customer service.

Their time tracking processes stand out too, for businesses and consultants alike. Users can submit their timesheets in bulk via Excel, or simply track their time online. Managers can approve or reject timesheets straight from the app. Forgot to track your time? AccountSight regularly sends you messages that nudge you to turn your clock on. If only I had that at my first job!

Notable free integration(s): Paypal, QuickBooks, eSign Genie for eSignatures

Accounting features: Users rely on AccountSight to manage receivables, payables, and company cash. AccountSight also integrates with QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Online.

Price: Free for one user, two client, two projects, and unlimited invoicing and unlimited T&E. For the more robust version (unlimited clients and projects), AccountSight jumps to $10 per person for groups under five. If your group is larger than that, discounts are available.

Used AccountSight? Leave a review!

2. Due.com

If you’re a freelancer looking for a free invoicing system with timekeeping features, check out Due.com

If you’re a freelancer looking for a free invoicing system with timekeeping features, check out Due.com.

Due.com is a relatively new tool (it was only founded in 2015), and it ’s uninhibited by old-world thinking about working only on a single task per clock in or clock out. Users can work on multiple projects with Due.com running in the background, working to track everything you do and filtering that information to your invoices. The tool offers customized quotes, estimates, and invoices that can be sent online via email.

The free version is fairly comprehensive; users can access all timing features, work in multiple currencies, and apply multiple tax structures to their invoices. User be warned, however: Due.com is only free as long as you don’t process payments through their invoicing system.

There is also no mobile app. If you are looking for a free invoicing software, check out our list of invoicing tools.

Notable free integration(s): Basecamp

Accounting features: Customizable quotes, estimates, and invoices.

Price: Free to use unless you use their payment processing features. The lowest processing fee starts at 2.8%, with no monthly or annual fee.

Used Due.com? Leave a review!

3. Hubstaff

Out of 41 reviews, Hubstaff has almost a perfect rating on Capterra.

Out of 41 reviews, Hubstaff has almost a perfect rating on Capterra. Users praise its random screenshotting feature (which managers and clients can use to make sure work is getting done when the team says it is), time clock system, and reporting features. Hubstaff bills itself as “most accurate desktop timer,” and works hard to keep up that reputation.

The free system is best for a single user who needs to provide transparency for multiple stakeholders; small teams can easily use this app’s full functionality for free. Teams usually upgrade when managing that small team’s information gets unwieldy. Hubstaff doesn’t limit its functionality otherwise, which opens users up to its 30+ free integrations.

In addition to its free integrations and unlimited use for one user, Hubstaff’s timesheet templates and task-specific reporting features are what set it apart from other free time tracking tools. If you’re a small business or freelancer, Hubstaff will likely fit your needs.

Notable free integration(s): Asana, Atlassian Jira, Basecamp, Freshdesk, Paypal, Podio, QuickBooks, Salesforce, Trello, Wrike, Zendesk, and Zoho

Accounting features: Timesheets, payroll, and advanced reporting, along with integrations.

Price: Free for one user. Upgrades start at $5 a month.

Used Hubstaff? Leave a review!

4. Ronin

Ronin, time clock app

Calling all consultants, contractors, lawyers, and small business owners: Ronin may be the time clock app for you.

The emphasis here is that it works best for one person. The free app won’t take you very far—it only allows for two clients (with one contact person per client) with one seat—but, like some of the other options listed above, Ronin provides basic functionality for its free users otherwise. Users typically upgrade to access more staff, clients, payment integration, and custom domains.

But if the basic version of Ronin, which encompasses a Zapier integration, project management tool, estimates, invoices, and payment statuses, fulfills all your needs, there will never be a reason to upgrade. And if you do have to pay for more of its features, it only costs $15 a month—about the price of a can of canned unicorn meat. (Really.)

Notable free integration(s): Zapier

Accounting features: Invoices, estimates, expenses, recurring invoices, and multiple currencies.

Price: Free; upgrades start at $15 a month

Used Ronin? Leave a review!

5. Tick

If you’ve ever used a timer before, you can figure out how to use Tick.

Have an unusually big project coming up and don’t want to use an expensive project management tool for the one-off? That’s where Tick comes in—and you’ll love it enough to use it again.

If you’ve ever used a timer before, you can figure out how to use Tick. One of its coolest features is that it will automatically update users of budget changes with each time card. That means no more budget tracking in a cumbersome, useless spreadsheet.

In addition, Tick has an adoring userbase. It has over 900 reviews on Capterra and enjoys 4.5 stars in ease of use, customer service, and for its overall functionality. As one reviewer recently exclaimed, “It takes the guesswork out of the job and lets me focus on the task at hand!”

Who wouldn’t want an app that lets you get back to what matters?

Notable free integration(s): Asana, Basecamp, FreshBooks QuickBooks, Trello, and Zapier

Accounting features: Budget tracking on the task and project level, time reporting by client or person, and lots of accounting software integrations.

Price: Free; upgrades start at $19 a month for ten projects

Used Tick? Leave a review!

6. todo.vu

todo.vu not only specializes in time tracking, but it’s also a complete task, project management, CRM, and billing tool (upon upgrading).

todo.vu not only specializes in time tracking, but it’s also a complete task, project management, CRM, and billing tool (upon upgrading). Unlike many of the other options available here, todo.vu does not rely on integrations to be a complete system.

The free version is impressive; one user gets access to 100MB of storage, time tracking that can be assigned to individual tasks, and CRM features such as client tracking and the ability to receive tasks from third parties.

Freelancers and small businesses will definitely enjoy todo.vu’s free project management and CRM features, but will have to use a third party for billing features. With that said, todo.vu’s strongest asset is its reporting feature—largely time management analytics—which is largely worth paying for in the upgrade.

For now, the free version on integrates with FreshBooks on a limited basis.

Notable free integration(s): FreshBooks

Accounting features: FreshBooks integration and client tracking; most accounting features require an upgrade.

Price: Free; upgrades start at $5 per user per month

Used todo.vu? Leave a review!

7. Toggl

Toggl is also a huge hit with reviewers.

Like Tick, Toggl is also a huge hit with reviewers. It boasts a 4.5 out of five-star rating on Capterra with over 200 reviews to its name.

Amanda Gibbs gives insight into the user experience in her February 2017 review:

I’ve used Toggl for the past few years as a quick and inexpensive way to track my time between multiple projects and report the ratio of time spent between them. The software boasts plenty of features for the base/free version (which is the version I use) along with basic reporting. The design is attractive and minimal while the time-tracking pages are easy to use and view. I would recommend this product to others looking for a basic time tracking software.

Toggl works on Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, iOS, and almost every browser. You can track your time directly in Toggl and then export your time with its multitudinous integrations (including, but certainly not limited to, Asana, Atlassian Jira, Basecamp, FreshBooks, Github, Google Docs, Open Project, Quickbooks, Salesforce, Slack, Teamwork, and Trello).

Users can also log their time offline and sync their data after it’s recorded. And Toggl’s security? It backs up every  24 hours to several different physical locations, and keeps all of its information on Rackspace, making it ISO 27002, ISO 27001, SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3, CPS, Safe Harbor, and SSAE16 compliant.

Most users who upgrade do so for task management (projects don’t break down into tasks). Additionally, the basic version doesn’t allow users to tweak billable rates nor create a team greater than five users.

Notable free integration(s): Asana, Atlassian Jira, Basecamp, Drive, Evernote, FreshDesk, Podio, QuickBooks, Salesforce, Slack, Trello, Wrike, Xero, Zapier, Zendesk, Zoho, and 85+ more integrations with the Toggl Chrome extension

Accounting features: FreshBooks integration and client tracking; most accounting features require an upgrade.

Price: Free; upgrades start at $5 per user per month.

Used Toggl? Leave a review!

8. Trigger

Trigger is an incredibly easy-to-use app that is rising as a powerful Trello and Asana alternative

Do not confuse Trigger’s placement on this alphabetical list for being “last place”; it’s an incredibly easy-to-use app that is rising as a powerful Trello and Asana alternative—and unlike those two powerful project management software options, Trigger comes with time tracking.

And it’s all free.

That doesn’t even get to Trigger’s free CRM functionality. The sales team can keep track of their communications with clients and the app ties that information to related projects. Tasks can be zoomed in on at the granular level, and all time reports—even in the free version—can be allocated to specific tasks instead of a disorganized spreadsheet. That means businesses can use Trigger to figure out which clients are best for their business, and which ones they’re overservicing.

The app also provides templates and storage so project managers don’t need to start from scratch at the beginning of every project.

Trigger also offers timesheets, automated invoices, and online reports, and all that information syncs with Xero, Freshbooks, and Zapier. Like with other apps on this list, its time tracking solution works with just the click of a button (or can be logged manually), and all that information gets filtered into invoices, timesheets, and reports.

Notable free integration(s): Basecamp, FreshBooks, Drive, Dropbox, Slack, Xero, Zapier

Accounting features: FreshBooks, Saasu, and Xero integrations; invoicing features available with an upgrade.

Price: Free for three team members, five active projects, five clients, and basic reporting. Upgrades start at $15 AU (or about $11 USD) per user per month.

Used Trigger? Leave a review!


There are plenty other free time tracking tools for project managers, small teams, entrepreneurs, and freelancers, and plenty of other software you should check out. Consider these options:

Which tool do you use? Do you agree that these eight options are the best time tracking software available? Let me know in the comments below!

Looking for Project Management software? Check out Capterra's list of the best Project Management software solutions.

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Rachel is a content strategist for Targetprocess, a project management tool dedicated to scalable and accessible visual management. She specializes in project management tips, tools, and tricks, and continues to play a foundational role in recognizing and strategizing for the future of Agile in the workplace. On the rare occasion Rachel isn't writing, she's reading, hiking, jogging, or spending time with her friends and family.


Rachel, great list! I’m a Freelance Project Manager and I know a couple of these tools. But my favorite tools is https://moneypenny.me/en/features. It’s a great tool for several tasks: online invoicing, expense tracking and of course time tracking – even in the go! Hopefully MoneyPenny makes it in to your list sometime in the future.

That’s a very comprehensive overview, and an original one as well (I rarely see AccountSight or WorkBook in such listings!) If I could add one more app to the list, it would be teamdeck.io — a time tracking and resource scheduling tool that’s not only insightful but also user-friendly.

[…] online time tracking tools, most of which allow integration with plenty of basic project management systems you’ll be […]

Thanks for a great list.
I am freelancer and I really need PM tools to organize my job with my clients and other members.
Lately my new client suggested to use WebWork Time Tracker, and I would say it is not bad one.
You can track time, add projects, you can choose to work with Screenshot mode on or off. Also they have Task Management system in Beta version, I guess they will launch a new version soon and I loved the Kanban board for task management.

Anyway, if they keep improving it, it will be a great one.

here is the link to that tracker https://www.webwork-tracker.com

Rachel, I would suggest you consider adding Timogix (www.timogix.com) to your list. It has many of the features of the reviewed applications on your list but the cost per user is a fraction of the cost of these apps.

Hi Rachel. Thanks for this helpful article! I’m curious if you or anyone else has ever looked into these types of softwares with nonprofits in mind. We can certainly liken ourselves to a small business, but there might be some differences as well. I’d love to know if you have any thoughts!

Hi, I will request you to add our software named as Time Tracker Lite which is for time sheet management and also its free for life.

Hi, thank you for this post I agree with you that Since entering the project management software world a few years ago, I realized that my old job was suffering from a lack of quality business tools. very useful information

Hi, thank you for this post I agree with you that time tracking processes stand out too, for businesses and consultants alike. Users can submit their timesheets in bulk via Excel, or simply track their time online. very useful information

Rachel, thank you for the wonderful recommendations. However, I would like to point out that your article title states there are eight recommendations, but I only see seven listed.

Hi Rachel, great article. Thank you! I’m looking forward to trying a couple of these out. If i could pick your brain a bit. I consult to architects and graphic designers…very project and project phase oriented folks. Project specific solutions for them run on the really high end – thousands per year – and not feasible for the small firms! Just wondering you have heard from any architects on solutions in this price range that work well for them?

Suggest you try https://www.gettimeflow.com.

Timeflow is a fast and easy cloud-based software to manage your time spent on projects. Track every minute spent on a project from your computer or any device, see your time entries in a friendly calendar and customize invoices with all your billing details. It’s free for a limited time.

It’s user friendly, easy to use and has good support. You can use all the features if just the time tracking and download to excel to do your own reporting.

I would also add Pacific Timesheet as another project timesheet software application for project management http://www.pacifictimesheet.com/project-timesheet. Pacific Timesheet is cloud-based project time tracking that runs on mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop computers. It has a deep work breakdown structure, multiple pay rate options and multiple bill rate options for client and professional service-oriented firms. It also has expense reports with advanced multi-currency for reimbursements and billing. It’s also one of the only applications that track percent time allocation for research and development.

Thank you for including Tick in your list!

Of course! It’s a great program, and definitely a best free time tracking tool.

Thanks so much for including Trigger! 🙂

Of course! Trigger is a fantastic free time tracking option, let alone a standout general business tool.

[…] It was nice to get an email from Rachel at Capterra to say that she had chosen todo.vu to include in her review of the Top-8 Free Time-tracking Software solutions. […]

Great list, a few of these I’ve never heard of. You did miss https://logmyhours.com though :). Time tracking, invoicing and a great app, along with live customer chat support.

Thanks for the recommendation! It doesn’t provide free integrations though—a requirement for the top free time tracking tools listed here.

Hi Rachel. Log My Hours does actually have basic integrations with Asana. There is some information on it, on the Features page. I should probably look at going into more details though, and adding more integrations :).

Hey Rachel,
great list of time management software. Every software has different features I like hubstaff because this one doesn’t only track time and also take screenshots which we can say that are proof for client and manager that work is getting done.

Glad that you found a free time tracking tool that works for you 🙂

Cheers Rachel,

This list is quite helpful. I started using DUE a few weeks ago but their time tracking is confusing and their social media team doesn’t respond to messages. Long story short, it hasn’t been tracking enough hours for me, so I’m in desperate need for a new platform.

Thanks for your comment on this free time tracking software post, Brandon. I reached out to DUE directly and they should be in contact.

Thank you for the very helpful article. I want to recommend you to test SCREENish – excellent time tracking software with free trial period. I am using it and it is really easy to orientate and work with. I am sending you a link https://www.screenish.com/#!/home See whether you will like working with it. 🙂


Thanks for the article. It is quite informative. Now I am using https://www.webwork-tracker.com/, it has free version, and all instructions are so easy to follow, the only thing concerns me , that it doesn’t have integrations, but as I know they are working on it.
I really enjoy my work with it.


Thanks, Diana!

Hi Rachel, thank you so much for this great toolkit! I’d like to recommend adding TimeCamp to this list – it’s cheaper and better packed than Toggl or Tick mentioned here :). I am the user and I’d like to admit that TimeCamp met all my expectations. I’ve found it here: https://www.timecamp.com.
Hope you’ll like it!

Thanks for reaching out, Ola! TimeCamp was eliminated for consideration from our list of the best free time tracking tools because its free version does not provide integrations or a billing feature.

Rachel , I really like the information however I am looking for a very basic task tracking tool , it seem most are all cloud based now, and more cumbersome than I need. any suggestions

[…] going to be your time management tool. There are a couple of ways that you can look at this. You can get time management software that you or your employees all log into so that you can figure out how much time everyone is […]

Nice article! As for me, I use SCREENish (https://www.screenish.com/), it’s easy and convenient. Work day is visualized as a timeline, there are integrations with popular project management systems. You can also prepare flexible reports by using different filters.

Thank you for the great list. I see a lot of really good tools in there.

It is also worth mentioning that most of these tools focus mostly on client billing and job costing, but less on productivity improvement.

This is something that we did keep in mind while building Jibble.io. It’s a time tracking tool with minimum interference of your daily work, timely reminders & alerts and very powerful individual statistics so to help you stay productive!

Note: I’m the Product Manager for Jibble.

Hi Rachel – nicely written article. Wondered whether you’ve come across TallyPro – any thoughts?

In this list also TimeWriter should be mentioned. ( https://www.timewriter.com ). There are several versions of TimeWriter including a free version for single user. The product has a cloud option and also clients for Android and iOS (even the free version)

Great list! I’d like to add one more in your list of time tracking is ProofHub. ProofHub’s online time tracking software will help you to record every hour spent on each task and project. You can keep track of the time spent on tasks by either making manual time entries or by using the timer to bill the clients accurately. Take a look at https://www.proofhub.com/

We use http://www.timedoctor.com and we’re happy it has a multi-lingual interface, as some of our foreign contractors find it easier to manage their worktime in their native language.

Most of these are no longer freemium and have time limits on the free trials. I went through this article because freemium was listed as part of the constraints and think it should be updated to reflect the pricing changes.

Thanks for pointing this out, Jen! Can you point to specific products that should be removed?

Hi Rachel, all your suggested tools are online tools. These are good for remote teams, but if you want to track the activity in your office only, then there is no need to send all the private data to the Internet!
We use Visual TimeAnalyzer https://www.neuber.com/timeanalyzer/ which do not need on online connections and store all the private data locally. And it is much cheaper, because you pay $39 for a life time licence – or just use the free version with a nag screen 😉 Setup and handling is easy, because everything is automatically tracked.

Weekly Timelog is the best time trackers for developers, because it collects the developers activity automatically, seamlessly in real time. The developer can log in once per day or week to manually confirm timelogs, just that. Imagine jumping into hangout calls, updated issue trackers (jira, trello, asana, etc), committing code, slack, etc. All activity is recorded to remind the developer everything accomplished. Managers don’t have to wait long hours for developers to collect and compile this info anymore, every timelog is now centralized, shared with customers in realtime, booking, invoicing, is also available. Give it a look, it’s FREE. https://weeklytimelog.com. You are welcome ;P

Thanks a lot for this great article, Rachel.

From my own experience, I would also suggest you to include WebWork Time Tracker in the list. I have started using this software 2 weeks ago, and it has been an amazing experience ever since. It really has helped me to easily track time for presenting accurate invoices to my clients and to manage my projects efficiently thanks to its task management tools. I really feel how productive I have been these past 2 weeks thanks to the software.
I don’t know about the tools in your list, since I haven’t used them yet, but WebWork is definitely worth using. Here is the link to it: https://www.webwork-tracker.com/ , if you would like to check it out.

Have a great day, guys! And, Rachel, keep up the good work!

Re: Marina Ryan’s recommendation for WebWork Tracker (WWT)…
Not a good start. Subscribed. WWT promised a confirmation to my e-mail. On a new screen, it invited me to for program to resend the e-mail. Neither e-mail arrived after five minutes. Tried to log on (without the promised e-mail), and WWT tells me “wrong email/password combination.” Perhaps the most telling sign of problems with WWT is a simple spelling error easily known by an English speaker and revealed by any spell-checker: resended. It asked me, “Would you like your e-mail resended?” More than 15 minutes have now gone by without my confirmation e-mail. Is this software legit? Scam?

Hi Jane, just came across your article. Nice list of time tracking apps that are free. Full truth, I am the founder/CEO of OnTheClock. We offer a lifetime free account for 1 or 2 employees, all accounts include PTO, scheduling and premium support. Maybe you could add us to your list? Also, we are a vendor for Capterra.


BTW, feel free to remove the link if necessary.

There is a really simple time tracking tool without timers and stuff: NATTT (http://nattt.net/). It’s new and still in beta, but free and available for every platform. Perfect for me.

Clockify is missing from the list. It’s the only 100% free time tracking app. It works like Toggl but doesn’t cost anything, which is great for big teams and agencies https://clockify.me

Very useful article. Based on the write-ups, I selected Ronin for my one-man consulting business. Whereas the article says Ronin has a free plan, it’s actually a free trial. After 30 days, my “free” plan no longer tracked time and I had to “upgrade” to a paid plan.

For project managemt in Agile or Kanban style with timetracking you may check also YouTrack (https://www.jetbrains.com/youtrack/) with T-REC (https://github.com/kleder/timetracker)

I noticed in the article that it was stated that Hubstaff is free for one user and 5$ to upgrade. I went to the site and it states $5/month for one users with 1 month free. This might need to be fact checked and updated. Thank you.

Hey Rachel! Thanks for the article. I’m starting to integrate time-tracking into my workflow and will be testing Hubstaff thanks to your feedback!

Thanks Chris Hopewell for your comment here. myhours is exactly what I need. It does the basic functions and nothing more but those perfectly. All the other services here are heavily overloaded with features.

Hubstaff and several others are not free which is why I was attracted to the article. That’s a bummer.

I’d like to recommend WebWork time tracker. It offers a wide range of features at very low prices. It is free for individuals Perfect for freelancers!! 😀 I am using this app for free already a year. Give it a try https://www.webwork-tracker.com/

Good list. There are lots of great time tracking tools out there. An easy to use and feature rich app you could checkout is http://www.fanuriotimetracking.com .

I don’t think toggl is free anymore https://www.toggl.com/pricing/ . The rest seem to be up to date.

Reading through the comment section I noticed lots of responses from people saying that most of these tools changed their pricing and are no longer free or more expensive now.

I noticed the same thing! After researching different options I switched everything over to a tool called AND CO. The company recently got acquired by Fiverr and now has all its features for free forever.

Their time tracking tool integrates directly with their invoicing platform which makes it easy to just invoice freelance clients based on the work I’ve done.

Highly recommended https://www.and.co/time-tracking

PS: as a nice extra they also take care of invoicing, expense tracking, and contracts

It’s not free, but I really like TimeCamp – https://www.timecamp.com/. For $9 per user per month, it allows us to create clients, projects, tasks and sub tasks, which makes reporting a breeze.

Also, if you turn it on, TimeCamp has a feature that tracks the active window on your computer including the document name when relevant. I find this EXTREMELY helpful for the MANY times when I’ve forgotten to record my time (or when I got distracted in the middle of working on an assignment). I can go back and look at my activities for the day and record the time accordingly.

It also gives me good backup if anyone ever pushed back on my invoices. More importantly, the detailed reporting has allowed me to evaluate project delivery costs in order to come up with fixed pricing.

I discovered Clockify (https://clockify.me) a few days ago and it’s really good. Unlike all the other free time trackers, this one’s actually 100% free. It works great, has clean UI, and is pretty easy to use.

When you have a team of 30 people, all tracking time, the costs of using a time tracker really add up. Since Clockify is free no matter how many users I have, I save around $600 a month (ie. what I used to pay for Toggl).

Plus, as they’re constantly putting out new features and their support is great and quick to react if you notice any bugs.

After a long search, I came across Clockify (someone mentioned it here). Though skeptical at first, it’s actually quite good, not to mention completely free.

Well I discovered clickmagick, a best new tracker system i have ever come across. To find out more just click on the link

Thanks for the information!
I’d like to add one more great tool- TMetric – https://tmetric.com/teams-time-tracking/
TMetric is the best time tracker I have ever used. TMetric provides time tracking, work session monitoring, reporting tools, integrations and much more features, which help organizations and individuals to effectively manage work time and increase their productivity.

What time-tracking software with screenshot capabilities or feature can you recommend, one that is free and can fairly handle a small team of users between 5 to 10? Thank you.

Hello Rachel,

Great post. The list is quite helpful. But every software has different features. Frome my personal experience I’would love to recommend ProofHub. Online time management system in ProofHub lets you know how teams are using their time, by keeping a record of every minute being spent at work so that they can manage time efficiently and you can bill the clients accurately using the time data.

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