21 best tools for time management and Keep Organised

Looking for platforms to help you improve the performance of your day-to-day work or even to see how your project team members are using their time? That’s why we bring you a list of the top 25 tools for time management. See the options and you will surely find an alternative that suits your needs!

1. Toggl

Toggl is one of the tools for time management and cloud-based projects. It allows its users to track the schedule of activities and execute in real time. Toggl offers a free trial period of up to 30 days. Access the official website through the link!

2. ezClocker: Employee Time Tracking and Scheduling

Allowing your employees to work remotely but getting difficulty while time tracking and shift management? Then this app is for you. ezClocker allows your employees to track their check-ins and check-outs, create shift schedules according to their local timing. You can even view your data even on the website. It also has a free trial period of up to 30 days. Go to the site!

3. RescueTime

Want to know how much time you spend on each application or website on your computer or mobile phone? RescueTime helps you manage time by displaying this information while running in the background on your device. This data can be visualized in intuitive panels, helping you to identify what is taking your time and improving your organization. Click the link!

4. Todoist

Todoist is one of the most well-known time management tools on the market. It has more than 10 million users and large companies like Apple, Google, Starbucks and more use their resources. The platform is able to track everything that needs to be done by you or members of your project. Other than that, it counts with synchronization between its applications for Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. Try it now

5. StreamTime

StreamTime is a project management platform that also focuses on being one of the tools for time management. Its functions include monitoring schedules and tasks, planning activities, dynamic schedules and reporting. Are you interested? Access the official website!

6. TimeCamp

Offering more than 50 integrations with project management platforms, TimeCamp is an excellent tool. In addition to allowing its users to track activity schedules, it also offers scheduling and billing to its customers, based on project activities. TimeCamp has a free trial period of up to 30 days. Go to the site!

7. Beeminder

Beeminder is one of the most innovative tools for time management. It is able to track the time spent on goals set by users. These goals or goals can be anything like time spent on Facebook, a number of exercises done in the day, or whatever you need to count. Beeminder also has apps for iPhone and Android, access the link and learn more!

8. HourStack

HourStack is one of the tools for time management that also has project management functions. Organize your tasks, track your activities, and learn what’s outstanding and what’s done in a practical way through its intuitive interface. An execution period can be added to each task, making it easier to visualize the time used for each task. Access the official website!

9. 10.000ft

The 10,000ft allows you to track the time spent on each activity by different team members in your project. In this way, facilitating the distribution of jobs and allocation of tasks among your team. The platform also has tools to generate reports and predict resources. It has a free trial period, go right now!

10. Freckle

Track time spent on activities and the timeline of your project using Freckle. It is one of the best time management tools on the market. Otherwise, your users can issue activity-based charges, generate time reports, and more. Freckle offers a free trial period of up to 14 days. Access the link!

11. Tick

With the Tick, you can easily generate activity reports and follow the schedule of your project. Determine the runtime for each task and also use resources to track the performance and value of each task. The Tick interface is intuitive and easy to use. Other than that, it has integration with Basecamp, Trello, Asana and more. Go to the site!

12. ClickTime

ClickTime is a complete and robust time management tool. In addition to keeping track of the time of your project activities and schedule, be able to keep up to date on the expenses and income of your work. ClickTime has more than 80 detailed types of reports so your users improve efficiency and time spent on tasks. Access the official website through the link!

13. Time Doctor

Time Doctor allows you to track the time spent on tasks or with each client, as well as integrating with various project management platforms. It also features reporting, billing, and synchronization between desktop and mobile platforms. All on a single platform! Did you find it interesting? Go to the site!

14. TMetric

Track the time of your tasks and activities and the timeline of your project with TMetric. The best part is that it is free, having some resource limitations that can be acquired through your paid plans. Plus, it has mobile apps and Plugins for your browser. Access the official website !

15. YoCo Board

YoCo Board offers an intuitive dashboard for time management of your activities and project. Determine and confirm how many hours you used for your activities and generate reports to track your performance. YoCo Board is free for up to 10 users and 25 projects, access the site !

16. Clokify

Clokify is an excellent time management tool, with its biggest advantage being that it is completely free. Track clocks and schedules online, determine time for activities, customers and even different projects and more. Its interface is easy to use and really intuitive. Apart from this, the platform also generates detailed reports so that its users can follow their own performance. Go to the site !

17. LiveTecs – TimeLive

TimeLive is one of the most complete time management tools on the market. Developed by LiveTecs, the platform offers all the features to increase your productivity. In addition, they also have platforms for tracking staff and staff members and project management capabilities. Try it free for a period of up to 30 days, go to the official website!

18. TSheets

TSheets is a platform in the cloud, synchronized between any device you access, be it desktop or mobile. It has features for time management, calendar and calendar building, and integrations with billing platforms, including Asana. Other than that, TSheets also generates detailed reporting and visualization dashboards. Did you find it interesting? Try it for free through the website!

19. Hours Time Tracking

Hours is an iPhone application that is used for time management. It allows you to determine and adjust schedules and schedules for your activities through a timeline. In addition, it is also possible to keep track of the time dedicated to clients and projects, add notes when necessary and generate performance reports. Download it right now for iOS!

20. Hubstaff

If you were looking for a robust time management platform for mobile, Hubstaff could be an excellent choice. It allows you to keep track of the time devoted to your activities and projects, as well as other things like the time you spend driving to work. The tool also has expense and revenue tracking functions. This is all on your smartphone and can be accessed from anywhere. Access the site, it is available for iOS and Android!

21. Timely

Timely offers time tracking in your activities automatically. It does this by saving everything that is done in a secure environment that can only be viewed by the user. In addition, the app processes how you can improve your work time and offers suggestions. Timely also has a project time management platform, made especially for business. Go to their website!

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