Qbserve: Automatic Time Tracking (Sponsor)
July 26, 2016
Qbserve helps improve your productivity by giving you a picture of your time spending patterns. It provides instant feedback on your performance by watching the sites and apps you use.
Qbserve stores all the tracked data privately on your machine and doesn’t require a subscription. It is currently focused on self-management, but business features like project tracking and billing are also coming soon.
Try it for free and see where your time goes.
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