When comparing TimeCamp vs Momentum, the Slant community recommends TimeCamp for most people. In the question“What are the best productivity web apps?” TimeCamp is ranked 1st while Momentum is ranked 6th.
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Pro Easiest of time tracking packages
Pro Great for teams
This software tracks your activity on PC. You can use timesheets, invite other members to your team, even freelancers.
Pro Can help create an invoice
TimeCamp can create an invoice based on your project hours. The app will take care of the math for you, you just need to provide it with the rate and tax. TimeCamp can also export directly to Xero or Quickbooks.
Pro Free version for single users and for trial
There is a free version available with limited functionality that is great for freelancers as well as testing the app. There is also a 30 day free trial for the paid versions for further testing.
Pro Graphical timesheets
Graphical timesheets placed in the calendar allows for an easy visual representation of how much time was used on what tasks on what hours for what days.
Pro Easily check team attendance
At a glance, the team leader can see how much his team has logged in as well as how much time they have taken off.
Keeps the team up-to-date with their assignments, delivers the highest level of conversations.
Pro Available for mobile
Users can track time regardless of their time and location.
Pro Automatic time tracking
Based on keywords users can configure software to categorise time automatically
Pro Distractions-free design
Easy to use, even for a person who doesn't know anything about PM.
Integration with Trello allows to track time directly there.
Pro Task management feature
You can easliy create and delegate task fo your team
Pro Projects and Task can be endless nested
You can nest multiple projects with tasks, there is no limit.
Pro Has an offline mode
No permanent internet connection needed.
Pro Specifically designed for GTD
Web-based, progressive-web-app (PWA).
Pro Clean design
Lots of space helps focus on the tasks.
Con Can be intrusive
Due to the nature of the app and that it tracks everything a users does it can easily pick up on an employees website usage. Ideally one should not be cruising the web while working but realistically this can be seen as pretty overbearing of an employer.
Con Numbers may be off
Instances of incorrect times for certain activities is pretty damning of an app that is supposed to track time accurately.
Con Beta interface is confusing for first-timers
The interface is very opinionated (this is a good thing). But it is not obvious how to map my GTD variant onto the one the author has in mind. After an hour trying to migrate my lists from Trello I gave up.
Maybe after it is in production, there will be better on-boarding.