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once a users day is finished they can go through the history of the app to pick and choose what tasks are worth keeping for time tracking of the day. This makes it easy in the sense that there is no manual tracking needed to be done, everything is recorded and then can be filtered down to the users work tasks. See More
Qbserve can determine the difference between productive and distractive activities. It doesn't use a static algorithm either - it will read content page-by-page to determine whether or not it is productive or not. this allows certain chats to count as work, and other chats to not count, even if you are using the same chat service for both. See More
You have three options (classic, outliner, and dark) for themes. The differences are specific to how your content is formatted (for example: how bullets are displayed, if at all). You can also toggle the "grayscale" option if you don't want your tags to be in color. See More
WebWork Time Tracker offers the cheapest services to make it affordable for everyone. The price is standard: 2.99 per user per month. Owners can add as many users as they want and pay later, at the end of the month. The payment will be based on the number of team members at the moment of getting an invoice. See More
The key combinations are unintuitive and difficult to remember. This is probably because there are a lot of hidden "modes" depending on where the cursor is. Actions aren't paired with reversing actions like in other todo apps. For example, hitting shift-tab does NOT reverse the effect of hitting tab. See More
The default way of writing an outline or checklist creates a very messy wall of text that's difficult to read with no vertical spacing. You can manually add vertical spacing, but the Org operations don't preserve it. There are pretty-display modes, but you need to remember how to enable them, etc. etc. See More
Tasks are grouped in task lists and can have subtasks. Each task list can be assigned to a particular set of users, aligned with a milestone and have notes. Each task in the task list can have a description, a start and a due date, attachments, priority, manually set progress, followers, dependencies, be assigned to a particular set of users and set to repeat. Each subtask has the same configurable properties except instead of the ability to assign people, subtasks can be commented on. See More
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