When comparing Futuramo vs Hubstaff, the Slant community recommends Futuramo for most people. In the question“What are the most useful collaboration tools for remote teams?” Futuramo is ranked 10th while Hubstaff is ranked 11th.
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Pro Free for up to 3 users
Pro Powerful search & sorting features
Easy-to-use filters, smart search and sorting features will help you find what you're looking for.
Pro Real-team collaboration features
Pro Effective collaboration apps for creative teams
Creative teams with multiple client projects might appreciate Futuramo's collaboration apps: Futuramo Tasks, Visual Tickets and Time Tracker.
Pro Prioritization & time estimation
Every task or ticket can be defined using priorities and exact estimation.
Pro Team-oriented & visual-oriented
Feedback is shared visually between members of the team. The tickets are clear and understandable for everyone.
Pro Automatic payments and payroll
Set up your team to automatically get paid for the hours they log using the Hubstaff app. Just input their hourly rate, the schedule you want them to be paid on (weekly, monthly, bi-weekly?), and integrate with your favorite payment service (PayPal, Payoneer, etc.)
Hubstaff integrates with multiple project management tools and will automatically sync to update your task list.
Hubstaff takes randomized screenshots while users are logging time. Frequency can be adjusted and screenshots can be blurred.
Pro Idle time indicator
Hubstaff detects when someone has been idle and will notify the user.
Pro URL tracking
View the URLs you've visited while tracking time on Hubstaff, and how long you spent on each one.
Pro Works offline
Users can track time offline. The software will upload screenshots, activity levels and time logs once the user reconnects to the Internet.
Pro Automatic time reports and timesheets
Hubstaff will generate reports based on time tracked by users. These can be filtered by user, project and date and exported as a PDF, CSV or in Quickbooks
Pro Activity levels and productivity measures
Activity levels are measured based on keystrokes and mouse movements (which keys were used are not recorded) and give an indication of how productive a user has been while their Hubstaff timer was running.
Pro Application monitoring
See which apps you've used while tracking time to Hubstaff and for how long.
Pro Work notes
Hubstaff users can attach work notes to their time entries to describe what has been done.
You can limit how many hours an individual in your organization is allowed to work per week to stay within budget.
Pro Has a free tier and trials for paid plans
Free for one user.
Con Task Mangement
Built-in task manager is not too great, it's best to use a third party app for that. It could be much simpler to create and assign tasks, (5/18/2018).
Con Free options are fairly limited
Hubstaff has a free tier and two paid tier options with free trials. The free tier allows 1 user with time-tracking and activity levels functionality. If you want the rest of the functionality, you'll have to pay $7 or $10 per month for the basic or premium plan respectively. You can see the full comparison between the tiers on their website.