It’s raining updates! ☔
If you’ve been using Timeneye, you’re probably familiar with the Timeneye Widget, which adds a little button on your browser and in other services so you can track time anywhere on the web.
We’ve just released the latest version of the Widget: new integrations, new features and most importantly, a brand new Timeneye Widget for Firefox!
You’ve asked for it, we delivered! The Timeneye Widget now integrates with ClickUp. The Widget will add a small button inside your tasks in ClickUp, and you’ll be able to start/stop timers or enter the time spent directly from there.
In your Dashboard, time cards generated from ClickUp will look like this:
The time entry created will show the Google Doc/Google Sheet icon, as well as the title of the document or sheet you’ve been working on.
Once installed, the Timeneye Widget not only adds a Timeneye Button on your browsers, it also adds a little click icon next to todos/tasks/items in the services it integrates with.
To register time, simply click on the little clock icon. From now on, if you start a timer inside another service, you’ll also be able to stop it directly from there:
Another top request for the Widget was the possibility to check the time tracked for a task/to-do/item directly from inside the tool, without having to open the Timeneye Web app.
Now you can do exactly that! Hover your mouse on an active timer and you’ll see a little “More” option. Click to show the timers and entries for that item:
Some services, like Asana, Basecamp 2/3, ClickUp, Gitlab, Pivotal Tracker, Trello, and Zendesk Support, there was enough room to add even an additional recap, and it looks like this:
Just click on “Timers” and “Entries” to open the respective lists.
We hope you like our announcements so far. But we have another surprise for you! 😁
We’re happy to announce that a Timeneye Widget for Firefox is finally out.
You can download and install it from here: https://addons.mozilla.org/it/firefox/addon/timeneye-widget/
Make sure to give the Timeneye Widget for Chrome and the Timeneye Widget for Firefox a try! If you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to write them at [email protected]