Time Tracking and Freelancing: Doing it Differently

Explaining FreelanceStation’s Approach to Time Tracking and Its Workflow In the world of time tracking software there is a huge assortment of options, both in the web side and in the desktop side. These applications can be further categorized as either manual or automated tracking, with invoicing support or not. The manual time trackers require the user to manually start and stop the timer, while the automated trackers do that for you by detecting when you start working on some configured file or application or depending on the rules you have previously set for your workflow.
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Why Manual Time Tracking

There are a myriad of both automatic and manual time tracking products for the Mac. The reason for each category to exist is because some users prefer an automated workflow (even if it's not optimal), while others like a more controlled way to tell the software how and when to log hours. FreelanceStation is in the latter category. Being a manual time tracking application, you control when and how much time you log.
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FreelanceStation 1.2 Released

This release includes changes that some users asked for. It is working in macOS Catalina so far up to the latest beta. What's New in This Version: - New: Export project tasks to Apple Calendar as new events. - New: Document numbers now can have a custom prefix. - New: You can set a starting number for documents when you create a new activity. - New: Task progress can now be shown as a circular progress in the dock icon.
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