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Pour qui ?
DeskTime est destiné aux personnes qui souhaitent travailler plus efficacement ou qui souhaitent un moyen simple de suivre leurs projets et de facturer leurs clients. DeskTime est utilisé par plus de 100 000 personnes et 6 000 entreprises dans 98 pays.
Notes moyennes125 avis
- Note globale 4.3 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4.3 / 5
- Service client 4.4 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.3 / 5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de 3,85 $US/mois
- Version gratuite Oui
- Essai gratuit Oui
Cloud, SaaS, web
Mobile (iOS natif)
Mobile (Android natif)
Formation en ligne en direct
Support en horaire de bureau
Informations sur l'éditeur
- Draugiem Group
- Fondé en 2011
En savoir plus sur DeskTime
DeskTime est l'un des principaux logiciels de gestion de projet pour les équipes de toutes tailles. Suivez vos projets et vos tâches séparément et voyez combien de temps ils prennent pour planifier plus efficacement le flux de travail de votre équipe. De plus, DeskTime calcule automatiquement les coûts de vos projets en fonction des taux horaires des salariés.
DeskTime - Fonctionnalités
- Calcul des heures supplémentaires
- Gestion des calendriers
- Planification du personnel
- Portail libre-service
- Rapports et analyses
- Suivi FMLA
- Suivi du temps
- Base de données des employés
- Calcul des heures supplémentaires
- Gestion des feuilles de temps
- Heures facturables et non facturables
- Saisie automatique du temps
- Suivi des vacances/congés
- Suivi du temps hors ligne
- Suivi du temps mobile
- Taux de facturation multiples
- Analyse de la productivité
- Contrôle à distance
- Enregistrement des activités de l'écran
- Enregistrement des frappes
- Historique de navigation
- Suivi des activités
- Suivi des e-mails
- Suivi du temps
Avis les plus utiles sur DeskTime
Publié le 11/01/2017
A Real Lifesaver
Commentaires: There are things I am good at, but keeping track of my time is not one. I had searched for a few years trying different programs, or plug-ins, or techniques and I always ended up with "time holes" in my day. And then I found Desktime. It starts when my computer comes up and starts tracking automatically. I use Chrome and have the extension for Desktime that captures the URLs of sites I visit so I can also keep track of what I was working on by where I was on the Internet. And then there is the Project's feature. It is super simple to set up a new project, and as easy as choosing from a dropdown list when you need to switch from one project to another for individual job tracking. In the course of a day I rarely work on one thing and then the next and so on. It is more of a series of hopping from one job to another and back again and the ease of switching between projects makes that a non-issue. And because no person is perfect Desktime also has a Private Time feature. There is also the ability to keep up with how long meetings are or lunch even because Desktime tracks offline time. When your computer is idle for more than a few minutes Desktime stops counting time. When you come back, in the timeline there is a gap to which you can assign whatever may be appropriate. If it was a production meeting, click in the blank space and a pop-up comes up and you can tell it what you were doing, what project it was for, if applicable and even if the time was productive or not. I suppose depending on the meeting that could be subjective. And if you were out to lunch, leave it blank and no time is recorded so that at the end of the day you have an accurate record of how much "desktime" you have put in. It is the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Avantages: Time tracking without thinking.
Inconvénients: I really wish it would track minutes in unites of 100, like time has to be submitted for payroll. The hour time is not a factor but the minutes, it is always 38 min x .60 to get time to submit. Or if not doing the actual math, it is looking it up on a conversion chart. Just give me an option to track it how I need it to.
Publié le 10/01/2017
I use Desktime everyday!
Commentaires: We're a small web design and development company here in Taiwan with about 10-15 person. We use Desktime on our daily work to track the productivity of our colleagues, though it is not used as a key for employee's evaluation, but it is definitely a tool to help our company boost their attention, which also comes with a good healthy competition, and we will award the best employee of the month thru it. There's a lot of Desktime we like which we don't usually see on other apps, those includes some automatic detection of the website if they're productive or not, we can also add projects for special tracking, we can also limit the users from their IPs incase they're abusing it at home, lol. I think Desktime is actually lack of some marketing, it is a worthy competition to Rescue Time, you should give it a try! ;)
Avantages: Some features such as project controls, site controls, groups, etc.
Inconvénients: The price and app stability I guess
Publié le 09/01/2017
Fantastic Service, yet Needs Direction
Commentaires: A great service that allows tracking and reporting on computer use - its scalability, ease of installation and general ease of use allow it work very well for my organization and for many others, I assume. That said, there are several features that were available previously that are no longer baseline. It is important for DeskTime to determine exactly in which direction they want to push their features and their tracking, as the inability to track activity in one way, may avoid a need for DeskTime altogether. Specifically, allowing the reporting to break down a users' actions within a given hour has disappeared from the transition of Desktime to New Desktime and this feature specifically allows us to gather insights. All-in-all, Desktime is a very powerful tool for management and for reporting and team performance assessment, yet could take an extra step in defining some key features. More desktop alerts, stronger hour-reporting, and offline time mapping would all help in making Desktime the ultimate tool for time management.
-Great reporting for activities
-Administrative rights are defined correctly
-Lacking significant alerts
-Private time can't be mapped to specific periods within the day
-Full-screen applications override private-time notifications
Publié le 01/08/2018
Light and simple, does what it has to do.
Commentaires: This software is an essential part of our performance evaluation mechanism, allowing users to track their time, and classify it based on the tasks they are working on.
Avantages: We're running a distributed organization and have been using DeskTime since they were a small startup. It works perfectly on desktop/laptop machines (duh!) but we haven't tried using it on mobile devices (since we only use it for tracking office crew hours).
Inconvénients: "Time at work" stat is a little bit confusing and is meant for linear days (e.g. if you log in for 15 mins at midnight, just to check your email, it will think that it's the start of a working day, and when you log in back in the morning, the time at work will be 8 hrs, so we learnt to ignore this stat completely.
Publié le 19/01/2017
A Great Way to Monitor the Productivity For Yourself and For Your Team
I use it personally to monitor my time spent and to analyze my productivity. Where is my time going? What applications am I using, how much time I'm spending on different tasks or projects?
I love that I can also log off-line time on the computer or mobile phone.
This tool is even better when used for a team monitoring. I can see how many hours every employee spends in certain apps, projects or tasks. I can see when they start and end their workday, and I see their productivity ratio.
Avantages: Cross-platform compatibility (MacOS-X, Windows, iOS, Android), Simplicity, Beautiful design, simple application assignment
Inconvénients: I'd love to drill into details about a certain time period, productivity status etc. For example, if I have a block of an unproductive period, I'd like to be able to click on it in a report to see where have I spent the unproductive time (or productive, or neutral).