- AtTrack - time tracker for efficient work
- Instructions for Installing the Linux Application
- Active window autofill
- Configuring Visibility of the Screenshot Window
- Configuring Automatic Launch of the Application
- Selecting the Language
- Switching to the Web Application
- Canceling Sending a Screenshot to the Server
- Launching Tracker
- Time Tracking Rules
- Instructions for Installing the Windows Application
- Instructions for Installing the MacOS Application
- Frequently asked Questions
- Integration with Jira
- Integration with Trello
- Registration / Authorization
- Checking the effectivity of the employee
- Connect an effectivity template
- Edit effectivity Settings
- Create an Effectivity Template
- Changing Password
- Changing Email Address
- Changing the User's Name and Surname
- Choosing the Interface Language
- Uploading User's Image
- Adding Employees Positions to a Company’s Profile
- Adding Corporate Domains
- Changing Company Name
- Uploading Company Logo
- Report Generation and Uploading
- Processing Requests for Adding Working Time
- A Request to Add a Working Time
- Editing the Recorded Time
- Deleting the Recorded Time
- Viewing the Recorded Time
- Creating Positions in the Project
- Creating Tasks
- Adding a Member to a Project
- Creation of a Project
- Creating Project Spaces
- Link Request to Access an Existing Account
- Processing Access Requests
- Creation of Users
Time Tracking Rules
To keep track of your working time most efficiently you need to understand the rules that AtTrack uses.
- AtTrack takes time into account in periods of 10 minutes.
- Working hours are counted only when the counter is started.
- You must enable the counter in the first 5 minutes of the period (i.e. before 12:06, 12:16, 12:26 etc.).
- Do not turn off the counter until the end of the ten-minute period, otherwise the time will not be counted.
Possible problems and solutions:
- I started the tracker according to the instructions, but the time still didn't count.
We have prepared an article that explains why the time might not have been counted.