When comparing Time Doctor 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 14th while Time Doctor is ranked 21st. 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 Easy to use and great UI
You can start tracking time in just 1 click. Also the reports are really useful to track productivity and improvements.
Pro Time Doctor tracks work hours and productivity
Excellent at productivity and time monitoring. The desktop client is discreet, the web-based reports are very accurate.
Pro Has email notifications
Users can set up email notifications through the app in order to get activity reports send at certain intervals.
Pro All data encrypted
Everything that is sent to Time Doctor's servers is encrypted, so no worries about security.
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.
At $10 a month there are cheaper solutions out there for employee monitoring and time tracking.
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.