Fanurio is a time tracking and billing application designed to help freelancers manage their work and be paid for it. Here is a list with its most important features: * Organize your work per client using projects * Idle time detection to help you record all the time * Mark your work as billable (flat rate, hourly rate) or non-billable * Create partial invoices anytime during the project * Create invoices for single or multiple projects * Customize invoice templates using your own layouts * Import clients from other applications by means of a CSV file * Export data to a CSV file and import it in Excel or other applications * Create backup copies of your data Fanurio is designed to manage contracted work and billing for freelancers.
What's new in version 3.1
Refreshed user interface
Views bar: The new views bar is located below the toolbar and it allows you to switch between views. It replaces the toolbar dropdown box and the sidebar to provide only one method of changing the selected view. The place occupied by the toolbar dropdown box is now taken by a new button that closes the application.
In previous versions, the sidebar allowed you to configure which views were visible but now you can disable the features that you don't use (e.g. billing, expenses, trips or products) and their associated views will be hidden.
Lighter user interface: The status bar is now white instead of dark gray while the divider lines and the filters areas use a lighter gray than before. Also, all tables have slightly taller rows so that text is more readable.
Database loading time: The database is loaded faster now. This change should be visible especially to users with large databases (data recorded over several years with many projects and invoices). In some cases, the database loading time will be reduced to a quarter of what it used to take.
Newer versions of the database: The application can now detect whether the database has a newer version than what it can handle. If the database version is newer then it will not be opened.
This situation can happen if you try to restore a backup created with a newer version of the application or if you share the database between multiple computers using Dropbox but not all the computers run the same version of the application.
Manage repositories: In previous versions it was possible to configure the location of the database and the user-defined templates folder independently of each other but to make things easier, we decided to group them under a single folder called repository folder.
The location of the repository folder can now be changed from File > Change Repository Folder... while the location of the backup folder can be changed from File > Change Backup Folder....