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Freckle and Harvest are among the most popular ways to keep track of your time spent working. Whether you are tracking time for a client or just for your own purposes, these programs help make it easy. Punch actually makes tracking your time with these programs even easier. Instead of logging into the websites for Freckle or Harvest, Punch lets you enter your time right into it in seconds.


Punch supports shorthand time entry, which makes typing in your time spent working quicker. The last thing you want to do is waste time you could be working entering your time spent. It also supports auto-complete for project names. This is another way to save time by not having to type the project name in full every time you enter time spent working.


Punch also supports time entry for other days besides the current one. If you forgot to log your time for yesterday, no worries, because you can simply change the date and use the shorthand time entry and auto complete to quickly log the time without having to go to Freckle or Harvest’s websites to enter them manually. If you use either of these programs for keeping track of your time, Punch is a must-have add-on.


  • Quickest way to enter time in Harvest and Freckle.
  • Support for time shorthands.
  • Auto complete for project names.
  • Possible support for other time management programs coming soon.

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  1. Robert P.
    November 6, 2012 at 4:26 am

    Thanks for sharing Freckle and Harvest with us it surely help a lot. At work I also keep track where time is spent that helps me manage time effectively and improve productivity. I personally use this tool Time Doctor ( ), which tracks effectively all my activities in real time. This gives me a reading on exactly where I spend my time, and how much of that time was productive or unproductive. It is the only tool that meets all my needs on a time tracking tool.

  2. emma
    October 26, 2012 at 6:25 pm

    I think apart from the two tools you mentioned, there is another great and simple to use Online Timesheets ( by Replicon. I had been using it and it has been quite a hassle free experience using this web based application.