egzthunder1 · Apr 6, 2013 at 12:00 pm

Keep Track of Your Work Activities with Timesheet

The art of keeping organized at work while making sure that either you or your employees are being functional cogs of the big machine that is your organization is one incredible balancing act. When you work for anyone, even for yourself, you will always have projects, deadlines, things to keep track of such as your expenses for business trips, and much more. On top of all this, it is always interesting to determine your time’s worth and how much of a monetary contribution you make to a given task. If this is tickling the workaholic in you already, then you would be wise to check out what XDA Forum Member ballzak has released.

Timesheet is every HR, AP, and department director’s dream app in a single, convenient package. This is loaded with rather useful tools to help both employee and employer keep things accountable and transparent by keeping track of not only work attendance, but also vacations, paid/unpaid time off, and salary tracking. Additionally, it gives the user a great tool to keep track of all expenses during business trips with mileage tracker capabilities which are powered by Google Earth. The entire contents of your reports can then be exported to spreadsheet programs such as Excel. Other features also include a project tracker, which essentially allows you track the time that you have spent on a certain project.

The app is fully capable of handling many different types of files to attach to reports and has the ability to interact with several cloud services such as Google Docs, Dropbox, and many others. The dev is currently looking for feedback, so please take the app for a spin and make sure that you report any and all bugs as well as ideas/requests for features.

Keep track of work time and document your projects. Calculate your salary/income as an employee or the amount to bill/invoice your clients if you are a freelancer, consultant or contractor. Handle different hourly rates and expenses such as mileage with ease.

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