You should just do it. OfficeTime feels intuitive because it adapts to your style, not the other way around.
Behind OfficeTime's elegant and deceptively simple interface lies the power to keep track of exactly what you and your team do each day:
* Rich, flexible real-time reports and pie graphs at the touch of a button. * Easily time and track multiple projects simultaneously. * Track the kinds of work you do and for whom. * Keep expenses and detailed notes. * Advanced rounding for finicky people. * Customisable template-driven invoicing. * Cross-Employee reporting by project, date and category from multiple workstations. * Start, stop and pause projects from within any application. * iCal synchronization & Address Book integration. * Mac OS X "Leopard" and Intel Mac (Universal Binary) compatible. * And of course all the shortcuts and little refinements that make a program a joy to use.
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