Just a quick heads-up: the Timeneye Browser Widget is now available for Microsoft Edge.
Upon requests from our users, we developed a browser widget compatible with Edge.
This browser widget has the same features as the Chrome and Firefox versions you already know: on-the-go time tracking, and browser integrations.
Click on the link to get started to know our time tracking extensions for Edge. These are the steps you need to follow to use the Timeneye Widget. It’s super easy, we promise!
2. Click on the Timeneye icon in Edge, and make sure to log in with your Timeneye credentials in the widget:
You can now start tracking time!
The Timeneye Browser Widget for Microsoft Edge allows you to track time wherever you are on the web. You won’t have to log in every time in the Timeneye web app to start a timer or enter a manual entry:
It also will be easier to remember how many active timers you have while working, thanks to the little green timer counter on the browser:
Also, if you need to start tracking time for a brand new project, and you need to get started quickly, you’ll be able to create the new project on the fly in the Timeneye widget itself:
The Timeneye widget for Microsoft Edge also supports all the Timeneye browser integrations.
If you work with other project management, task management, kanban, and productivity software, the Timeneye browser widget for Edge will add a small Timeneye button news to your tasks, to-dos, issues, and cards.
Simply click on the button to track your time, without having to change tabs.
You can find the full list of the supported integrations 👉here.
Here’s an example of the Timeneye widget for Edge in action in Microsoft Planner:
Not only you can track time for your Planner tasks, but if you click on the specific tasks, you’ll see a small recap of how much time you have already registered for that specific task:
We hope you’ll love the Timeneye Browser Widget for Microsoft Edge! Make sure to give it a try, and if you like it, leave a 5-star review⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.