WeWorked: A Free Online Time Tracking Service

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Keep track of your time so you can get paid for it. WeWorked.com offers free online timesheet software, perfect for freelancers and small businesses alike. Create an account, then add users if you want. Organize your time into companies (clients) and projects. Your fellow employees, if applicable, can submit timecards for your approval, allowing you to keep track of who worked when and on which projects for which companies.

If you’re looking for a free, online solution to timecard management this is worth checking out.

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It’s a web-based platform, so you and your team can use it regardless of their platform – Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Linux…it doesn’t matter. You can set up automatic reminders, encouraging members of your team to submit timesheets. You can assign tasks to your team. You can generate reports detailing who worked for whom and when. If it’s related to tracking time, it’s offered here.

The interface is clean, meaning its unlikely anyone will be confused by it. Lots of white space, no ads – at least for now. There’s not a clear monetization plan outlined for the company on the site, so things will likely change.

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You can export your data to a comma-delimited file, meaning you’ll never be locked into using WeWorked if you don’t want to be. There’s no reason not to at least try it out.

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Check out WeWorked @ WeWorked.com or install the Chrome App

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Comments (8)
  • Henrik

    For a complete Android time tracking and payroll solution, try the free Timesheet app from LlamaLab. It can manage both time and expenses, custom hourly rates (overtime), mileage and can even be automated.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.llamalab.timesheet.free
    http://llamalab.com/timesheet/

  • Justin

    We use XPunch ( http://www.xpunch.com/) for time tracking. Very fast, very clean interface. It’s worth at least taking a look at before making a final decision on which time tracker you want to use.

  • emma

    How about Replicon’s simple to use cloud based time tracking software – http://www.replicon.com/time-tracking-softwares.aspx.

    It is quick to implement and easy to use, whereby reports can be exported to excel with a simple calendar view interface and much more. The perfect solution for our time management related business requirements.

  • Stan

    We use actitime ( http://www.actitime.com/) for time tracking.
    Thanks for your previous post about time tracking “6 Useful Desktop Time Tracking Software” , I found it there.
    This timesheet fits the needs of our company like a glove. And the best part is, it’s absolutely free for small teams.

  • Saikat Basu

    I believe you are one of the developers? Thanks, we will check it out.

  • Saikat Basu

    Thanks for the clarification.

  • Stan

    I would say the paid version is extended with advanced features. We are a small dev-team: 3 programmers, UI designer and web analyst. All we need is to keep track of time spent on tasks and projects. There is no need in work management or budget control.
    I’m pretty shure that there are tons of time trackers, that can do the same, but we’re quite glad with actitime.

  • Saikat Basu

    Looks good but is the free version feature-limited?

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