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From Joshua Bruce:
Launch. Tap. Done. - Because tracking time, shouldnt take time.Create your clocks to track recurring events in your life. When you are preparing to perform a task, launch Time Journal, tap the desired clock, and put Time Journal away. Time tracking is just that simple with Time Journal.Entries you care about, easily accessible. Whether you forgot to start a clock or forgot to track an event, the entry button in your list of clocks allows you to quickly add or edit entries and ensure the accuracy of your time journal.Rapid feedback built into the interface. You can quickly discern what clock (or clocks) you have running; how many child clocks are running; and, what clocks you use most often.Time Journal offers multiple in-app data visualizations to help you better analyze where your time is going to make informed decisions on changes to improve your productivity. You can even export in spreadsheet format or to the Calendar app and share your findings with others.No account logins. No monthly fees. No features to purchase later or unlock. No automated starting or stopping to correct. No "rate me" messages interrupting your flow. Just the essence of time tracking.General- Universal app available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad- iCloud integration to sync across devices- Track durations as time or moneyTrack- Add new clocks quickly to build your list as you perform tasks- Set goals for clocks: swipe left (edit) and tap "more"- Single-tap start and stop clocks, to easily capture your times- Add notes to entries to give yourself more details on what was happening- Get feedback from the interface as you move through your day: Running clocks appear above the new clock row; Paused appear below the new clock row; and Those with children are differentiated from those without (including the number of running child clocks)- Quickly add/edit entries from the clock list via the add/edit entry button (left in clock row): Tap while a clock is running to edit the current running entry, Tap while a clock is paused to edit the entry with the most recent stop time, Tap and hold to add a new entryAnalyze- Percent usage data is presented by a space-saving bar chart as opposed to pie charts- Clock averages, standard deviations, and goals - per entry or per day- Choose the date range in which to limit data (recommend at least a weekly review)Report- Export directly to the Calendar app- Export to spreadsheets using the csv format, which can be viewed within Time Journal, opened/stored in apps capable of displaying that file format (such as Numbers, Dropbox, Evernote, etc.), or e-mail them to yourself
May 12, 2014: It may be necessary to remove Time Journal from all devices following the update, launch, and initial sync with iCloud. Following the release I was made aware of some issues with the iCloud integration. After investigating further, part of which involved removing Time Journal from the devices and reinstalling, the issue appears to be resolved. Please let us know if you experience the issue after reinstalling. Thank you!It's been a very busy beginning to the year! Thank you for the emails regarding Time Journal, it has inspired some wonderful improvements:- iCloud support! Now sync between multiple devices via iCloud, which brings us to...- Universal app! Now available as a native iPad app with changes to the interface and charts to take advantage of the device's form factor- Two new settings options available in the Settings app Time is money as the saying goes, and now you can track your durations as monetary values instead of the default time stamp format Reset the app! Yep. If you use Time Journal mainly to get back on track, you can now clear all your entries at once or start completely from the beginning again resetting both clocks and entries.- Minor bug fixes and user interface enhancements- Note: This will be the last update to allow migration from versions prior to Time Journal 2.0On a more personal note, this year marked the formation of Essence Apps, the company that will house Time Journal moving forward, but no worries, the team is still the same. But, that does mean some new stuff for you from us:- More in-depth, user guide: essenceapps.com/TimeJournal/guide- New contact form for more direct contact with the team: essenceapps.com/contact/