Posted on February 9, 2009 by sarahhorrigan
timeEdition – time management
timeEdition simplifies the work involved in entering your time data, while at the same time ensuring that incorrect time data cannot be input. For example, forgetting to stop recording when you stop performing the activity is not a problem: timeEdition stops recording automatically as per your setting for the freely definable period of user inactivity. This means that if there is no input via either the mouse or the keyboard for a specific period, timeEdition automatically stops recording.
A further core function of timeEdition is its close links to popular calendar applications. timeEdition works perfectly with Apple’s iCal, Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar. The software lets you automatically transfer your time records into any one of these calendar applications. You retain an overview of work you have performed, even in retrospect.
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