Personal Time Tracking

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  • 📖 Open Source
  • 🎁 Free Tool
  •  🔓 Freemium Tool
  •   🕓 Free to Try

Personal Time Tracking & Management tools help you track your work and habits, analyze your web activities, and allow you to understand where you are spending most of your time. If you’re looking for teams & Employees’ time management, click here.

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Motivate Clock

Motivate Clock is an app for keeping track of your time in front of the monitor. It allows you to assign your projects for each task, track your time, and analyze personal productivity.
🎁 Free Tool


aTimeLogger is an app for tracking your personal or working activities. Features include goals set up, graphs and pie charts statistics, reports in different formats (CSV and HTML), and more.
 🔓 Freemium Tool


Webtime Tracker is a chrome extension for tracking your web activity. It includes detailed domain stats, usage visualized by colorful graphs, export to CSV option, and more.
🎁 Free Tool

Gmail Time Tracker

Gmail Time Tracker is a time logging service to help you track your reading and writing time in Gmail and download reports to Excel. The free version allows you to track up to 7 hours per month.
 🔓 Freemium Tool


Boosted is a productivity and time tracking app allowing you to split your projects into smaller tasks, control your time tracking quickly from the notification bar, export your data to CSV, and more.
 🔓 Freemium Tool
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🔓 Freemium Tool: a free version of paid software or app, offered with some limitations (limited features, limited support, limited usage, etc.). In many cases, the free plan can be enough for you.

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