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Tracking Time with Rachota

Jan 28, 2010, 20:34 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dmitri Popov)

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"Keeping track of time you spend on specific tasks is essential if you are paid by the hour. Moreover, knowing exactly how you spend your working time can help you to optimize your workflow and be more productive. There are quite a few time tracking solutions out there, including the nifty Rachota utility which not only makes it easy to track time spent on different tasks but also helps you to analyze the collected data.

"Rachota is written in Java, so you need to install the Java Runtime Environment before you can run the application on your system. Using Rachota is pretty straightforward. To add a task, press the Add button, fill out the required fields, and hit OK. Press the Select button, and hit Work to activate the task. When you take a break from the active task, press the Relax button. Use the Done button to finish the task."

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