Keeping track of how long you spend doing certain tasks is important for almost everyone. For example, as an online worker I like to track how long I spend on a certain project. Others may like to see how long they spend blogging or the amount of time they spend partaking in a particular task. Whatever you’re timing, you should consider using Yast for the job. It’s a free online time tracking app currently in open Beta.
In its simplest form it works like a stopwatch. You press the “˜Play’ button to start tracking the time and then press “˜Stop’ when you’re finished. However it’s not that basic.
Yast also keeps a log of the time you track, organizing it into the specific days and weeks. There is a timeline spread across the top of the home screen which give a graphical illustration of the recorded time. Furthermore, the actual figures are kept in their specific project folder. When you create a project e.g. “˜Write a Book’ or “˜Work’, you select that project and keep track of the time you spend on it. You can also set the time tracking facilities to begin automatically at a certain time.
You can have as many projects as you like with each one given a different colour coding so you can tell them apart on the graphs.
Yast is a great online tool with an easy sign-up process and no hassle. Anyone who needs an accurate way of keeping track of their hours should use Yast.
- Online time tracking.
- Multiple Projects.
- View reports and easily share with others.
- Switch view between daily and weekly.
- Easy & quick to use.
- Similar sites: eClocking, TrackMyPeople and MyHours5 Tools to Track How Much Time you Waste while Online.
Check out Yast @ www.yast.com (by Dean Sherwin)