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Rachota

Rachota is a small application for those who work with computers on a daily basis and are curious how efficiently they use their time. It is basically a scheduler that measures how much time one spends on pre-defined tasks during the day. The data can be used later for evaluation or generation of reports, e.g. for managers.

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  •  21 Sep 2009 11:57

    Release Notes: This version introduces the Analytics view, which analyzes measured data and provides suggestions for improvements. It also shows a comparison chart with working times of the user and other users. This data is taken from the Rachota Analytics server and is available only if the user provides his or her own data to others. The New Projects tab shows a breakdown of tasks by projects (i.e. keywords assigned to tasks). Users can see how much time individual projects take, how many tasks they contain, and their average status and priority.

    •  14 Mar 2007 06:50

    Release Notes: The most annoying UI flaws were fixed and easy-to-do features that do not require any changes in the core were implemented. A few of the new features are system tray support, week/month forward/backward buttons, the ability to go to any date calendar dialog, the ability to double-click a day column to display its plan, the ability to measure idle time, the ability to view past entries, keyword completion, and additional types of regular tasks.

    •  14 Aug 2006 17:27

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

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    21 Sep 2009 07:38 cesilko Thumbs up

    I use Rachota since 2004 when I started to work from home 3 days a week. It helped me not only track projects but its real benefit are the analytic features showing time utilization, ability to look back and investigate measured data. Rachota also provides suggestions on better time efficiency!

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