Trackable Project Hours

Keeping track of hours spent on client work is an important part of my process. Both for myself, and the client. There are many tools out there for tracking hours. (For example... a watch.) But could there be a way to implement this into Webflow itself? For example time is automatically tracked as soon as you start a project. You can view how much time you've spent developing at any time in the project settings. It'd be nice if this could be paused manually in the project editor itself. 

  • Riley Brown
  • Sep 8 2018
  • Kevin Baum commented
    September 13, 2018 10:41

    A number of easy browser extensions with invoice/billing that should work well eg zoho one but there are numbers depending on how you are running admin/billing/accounts etc.

  • Allen Matsumoto commented
    November 5, 2018 19:23

    It would be nice to have the extra detail of specifically how much time was spent in a Webflow project. Full-on time tracking tools are ok when you to track multiple project time across multiple apps, which is pretty common for a lot of us. But they also require a commitment to maintain and manage, and since there's no magic wand to accurately capture what you're doing on/off and idle at computer, for many of us they aren't worth the effort.

    However, just knowing browser time in a given Webflow project (with a configurable idle time setting) would give great benefit:effort ratio for some people, or for days when you are largely doing all your billable work in Webflow. That's super useful data for me to use in whatever overall time tracking system I've got. 

    It's a faceless reporting feature as I imagine it, with just a record of recent project time, plus any settings like that configurable idle time appearing in a Project Settings tab, with downloadable full time data .csv option.