When comparing Ballpark vs Everhour, the Slant community recommends Everhour for most people. In the question“What are the best time tracking apps for freelancers?” Everhour is ranked 27th while Ballpark is ranked 35th. The most important reason people chose Everhour is:
Bi-directional sync means that you can continue to send invoices through QBO. Report filtering — great, unique options for grouping and displaying time data.
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Pro Works with small and large teams
Ballpark has been created to work well no matter the team size one has. Could be a single user or a team of hundreds, Ballpark scales appropriately.
Pro Well designed invoices
While maybe not the most crucial part of a bill, Ballpark does provide very well designed invoices.
Pro Integration with QuickBooks Online
Bi-directional sync means that you can continue to send invoices through QBO.
Report filtering — great, unique options for grouping and displaying time data.
Pro Integration with Asana
Allows for consistency and streamlines processes for my team, reducing the need for duplicate efforts
Clearly displays project status
Pro Flexible Reporting on Spent Time and its Cost
Allows using a combination of different columns to break time by project, task or member.
Con Dashboard is too static and not that useful for a small team or single users
There is no way to customize the dashboard, on top of this the info provided is all but useless on small teams or with single users. Basically it should allow the user to customize to their experience, but sadly does not do so.
A bit more control over user permissions and/or roles would be useful.
Con Offline functionality
Everhour does not have offline functionality for use when internet is not available.