Time Doctor will show you high level and granular data about how much time you & your employees spent on your various LiquidPlanner tasks and projects.
For any date range you choose, Time Doctor will also show you:
- What each of your users is doing right now.
- Time worked by each user on each task and project
- Total time worked across your company on each task project.
Tracked time appears in the LiquidPlanner interface
In addition to the beautiful reports that you'll see on the Time Doctor website, we'll also send time tracking data back to LiquidPlanner so that you can see time tracked on each task on your LiquidPlanner dashboard.
In the image on the right, you can see where that time shows up on a specific issue in LiquidPlanner.
Time tracked on issues with Time Doctor is accurate to the second. No more guesstimates of how much time was spent working on each issue.
How it works
Each of your employees will install Time Doctor on their computers. This initial setup process takes just a couple minutes. Once the software is installed, your team will see a list of the LiquidPlanner issues that are assigned to them. To start tracking time spent on a particular issue, the employee simply clicks on it. It's that easy.
The time tracked is then sent to the Time Doctor and LiquidPlanner servers, where it will appear in reports. Time Doctor has desktop apps for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
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Screenshots of work done on LiquidPlanner tasks
Time Doctor can also take screenshots of your employees computers at a time interval that you specify. This feature is optional, but can be particularly helpful when you have any employees working remotely and you're unable to walk by their desks to see what they're working on.
Screenshot thumbnails can be expanded into medium or full size versions, and levels of keyboard and mouse activity are displayed below each screenshot.
But wait, there's more!
Web & App Usage
Poor Time Use Report
And much more…
Read more about the full range of optional features that Time Doctor provides.