At Tahometer, we are always looking for ways to improve the user experience for our customers. This is why we have released a brand new version of our product that is designed to make the user experience more intuitive, smoother and even more enjoyable than before! With a focus on improving the interaction with customers and fully modernising our time-tracking service, our goal is to solidify Tahometer as the go-to time tracker for freelancers and businesses.
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At Tahometer, we’re on a mission to be the best work time tracker with instant reporting in town, which is why we would like to announce a whole host of exciting features that should be reaching you in early 2022. So grab a coffee, take a seat and let’s crack on with our latest updates!
While here at Tahometer, the New Year will often begin with a bang, this year’s certainly giving all previous festive seasons a run for their money. In fact, today, we would like to announce the first of a host of exciting new features that are making their way into our next stable release: the time-shielding Time Backup mode! If you’re confused about all this timey-wimey business, however — worry not, as it is actually incredibly straightforward.
A while back, we shared our product roadmap with you and committed ourselves to keeping you posted on all the action taking place behind the scenes at Tahometer.
Multiple Workspaces linked to Your Account
At the moment, Tahometer sees users tied down to a single company. This means that everything revolves around a particular domain, with its administrators, users, projects, and critically, time.
But soon enough, Tahometer will be focusing primarily on individuals. As a result, every user will be given the ability to link multiple businesses to a single account.
So you can track your time as a manager for one company and a creative consultant for another, as now, Tahometer will be all about orbiting you. Expect brand new sections containing your companies, projects, statistics and users.
Welcome to our bustling Tahometer community! Get the very most out of everything Tahometer has to offer — From day one.
What exactly is Tahometer?
Tahometer works by tracking the time you are using your workstation and randomly taking screenshots. The application then forms a batch file that is sent to the server and later displayed in your statistics. In addition, it also supports manually adding offline time.
Let’s delve into the topic of user roles and how these may be customized to better suit your needs. Hopefully this will serve to bring practical clarity to your application’s settings and thus enhance your Tahometerian experience! The key takeaway, however, is that you are in full control of any additional permissions and restrictions that may be placed on users.
Long live screenshots!
As previously stated in our blog, screenshotting is not a means of control, but rather an efficient management tool. Equipped with this feature, business leaders are able to track employee time and work status in an effortless and visual manner. This is why the tool has now become one of Tahometer’s core aspects.
We know we say it often, but here at Tahometer, it is our prized users who guide every step of the time tracker’s development. Think of us like a glorious magic lamp of time management possibilities — Ask and you shall receive!
Without Further Ado
First off, some of you were growing intimidated by the agent being ever-present , so we’ve added a convenient X button to hide the main window. Whenever you wish to summon it back, it’s as easy as clicking the icon in the system tray.
One of the coolest things about Tahometer is its ability to provide detailed statistical information about the online and offline times users spend working. In order to make the most of this feature, we want you to understand exactly how worked hours are counted, and what factors influence your daily statistics.