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  • manipeaci commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'd also love this feature.
    The ideal solution would be with the api. That may take some serious effort though, so a simpler solution would maybe be to import csv files manually.

    /start:

    Client,Project,Registered time,Billable time,Amount ()
    ClientName,Projectname,00:00:15,,
    Studies,That one chemistry class,01:30:00,,

    /end

    This loses a lot of the data though since the individual entries aren't split, and they may have some value with their individual task names, tags etc..

  • Mark K commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'd be a big fan of having Toggl data imports too. I find that combining RescueTime with Toggl manual logs gives a strong correlation and present a lot of interesting insights: http://www.markwk.com/kickass-your-time.html.

    As a first step, is it possible to manually import these time time logs?

  • Sony commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Thanks for suggesting this great app though the one that I had been using is Replicon time management software. This is really a cool app that can be accessed from anywhere using a web browser. After using Replicon tool, it had been a very nice experience and quite hassle free too. As compared to rest of the tools that I used earlier like Google Calendar etc, it had been the most effective as well as productive app till date.

    Replicon time management software - http://www.replicon.com/olp/time-management-software.aspx is definitely a great application that can be easily implemented and has got really cool features that makes it the perfect tool.

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