Hiya, another question for the freelancers. Does anyone use a timesheet app? Or know of a free template? Thanks!
Trying to get my freelance finances in order, it's been a bumpy ride.
- It's another Toggl, Toggl, Toggl from me too :)
- Not free but i can't recommend Xero highly enough. from timesheets to expenses to complex projects, there's something for all levels.
- Another vote for Toggl. :-) We use it religiously, every day for every project.
- Another vote for Toggl from me.
- @Fi Forrest Haha! I was relieved, too. And awed.
- Thank you all for the pointers!
- @Benedict Cosgrove thank you Benedict that’s so kind! I was in touch with the Mars parachute chap just minutes after the safe landing of Perseverance - suffice to say he was very relieved!
- @Fi Forrest Fi, I like the notion of using both analog and digital methods or tools for this sort of task, as well. I do find that having a physical calendar or diary in front of me is, for some tasks, more efficient than most of the tracking software out there. That said, Toggl is quite powerful.Also -- that "space textiles" article of yours is excellent. Bravo.
- I use Toggl, it's great if you need to track differentprojects & clients. You can export a report for each client etc which makes it so easy to stayontop of everything. It's free too so highly recommend it.
- Clockify is great and free
- In the past I’ve used Toggl Track and a old fashioned one called OfficeTime. Back in the day you could use Outlook to block out and time jobs. I still use my paper diary though. I like to look at it whilst offline. Also, I’m currently using Todoist as a reminder list for upcoming work. I still haven’t found an app where you can block out chucks of time, like highlighting a planner, with one week to view though. Anyone?
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