SITE REVIEW: WR Time Tracker

  • timetracker
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hello,

We would appreciate a review of design and functionality of Anuko Time Tracker - a free, web based, open source system for tracking work hours. You can take a look at it here: http://timetracker.wrconsulting.com. Log in as usability_testing with password test to access a free account.

Or you can create a new account (using the "create new manager account" menu). Then create a new project (on "projects" page), create activities (on "activities" page) and then start entering work hours on "my time" page.

We are very interested in your comments and suggestions especially about usability of the system.

Thanks!
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  • SiteShrine
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I think you need to add some text to the home page that explains what this site is for.
  • kreativi
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Post 3+ Months Ago

your service seems good but as SiteShrine said you need to add some content to its homepage. It will make it easy for others to understand about your service.
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SiteShrine wrote:
I think you need to add some text to the home page that explains what this site is for.


I guess we could add a few words on the home page, something like:
"Anuko Time Tracker is a simple, easy to use, open source, web-based
time tracking system. It allows you to track the time that employees,
colleagues, or teammates spend working on any project or activity that
you need to keep tabs on, and is suitable for teams and companies both
large and small with any number of users."

Apart from that, are there any comments on usability and functionality? Thanks.
  • tranquilito
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Post 3+ Months Ago

It's difficult to test it without understanding what is written there. Is it Dutch language ?
Maybe you should have an English version also.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

maybe i think you should clarify it a little bit more im confused
  • lucky
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Post 3+ Months Ago

might want to try getting a proper domain first.
i'm really sure what the site does.
and it needs a nicer logo and general template.
some of the text/images are out of place.
put some ads up to earn money too.
good luck anyway.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

@ tranquilito
To change the language go to "edit profile" link in the top black menu and select a desired language in the "language" field. If you manage a team you can select the language for the entire team. It is written there that Time Tracker is available in 23 languages. English is surely included.

@ SiteShrine
They have added a short description of the system on the login screen in the latest version.

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