DeskTime time tracking
software for Linux

Struggling to find convenient time tracking software with lots of features for Linux users? Use the DeskTime time tracker for Linux – take full advantage of its various built-in features for analyzing productivity, invoicing clients, and much more.

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From basic time tracking to detailed productivity reports

From basic time tracking to detailed productivity reports

DeskTime’s Linux time management software is suitable for all kinds of users – from freelancers who just want a simple time tracker for logging projects and tasks, to project managers who want to use the time tracking data to analyze their employee’s productivity. Explore all of DeskTime’s features to see what it can do for you!

Employee monitoring software for Linux

Employee monitoring software for Linux

If you're planning to use DeskTime to track your employee’s working time, you might also be interested in using the various employee monitoring tools that DeskTime for Linux offers. Some of the features include detailed productivity breakdowns – for a day, week, and month – to help you identify unproductive habits. DeskTime also tracks apps, websites, or documents your employees use at work.

Features to record offline time

Features to record offline time

For a lot of people, not all of their work is done solely at their computer – a typical workday for them can also include various meetings, on-site inspections, and many other tasks outside of the office. For that reason, DeskTime’s time tracking app has an offline time option, which allows you to log the hours spent away from your desk. Find the idle time in your daily time tracking report, then enter the project and task you were working on.

Time tracker for a more balanced workday

Time tracker for a more balanced workday

In addition to tracking time and monitoring desktop activity, the DeskTime app can also help its users improve their time management and take better care of themselves at work. With the daily time tracking report, employees can see how much time they have spent on each task and how productive they have been. That lets them follow their own performance and see where they can improve. Meanwhile, the built-in Pomodoro timer will remind users to take breaks to ensure they get the much-needed rest for their eyes and minds.

How to set up the DeskTime time tracker on Linux

DeskTime is easy to set up and even easier to use regardless of the operating system. All you need to do is download and install the app on your computer, and it will run automatically when you start your computer. To track time spent on certain projects, enter the project and task and start the timer with the push of a button – the DeskTime app will take care of the rest from there.

The current version of DeskTime is compatible with Ubuntu LTS versions 16.04 onwards. If you use an older version of Ubuntu or a different desktop environment, please use an older version of the DeskTime app.

If you’re after a versatile time tracking app for Linux, DeskTime is exactly what you’re looking for. Whether you use it for yourself or for your company, DeskTime will help you improve productivity at work!

1. Download DeskTime.

2. Install DeskTime on your computer.

3. Launch DeskTime and sign in to start tracking your time.

4. Restart your system.

Don’t settle for basic time clock software when you can get much more with DeskTime!

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