Hi guys 👋
We just launched Chronos Timetracker.
Desktop client for JIRA. Track time, upload automatic and manual worklogs without a hassle. Cross-platform. Open-sourced. Free.
I think it may be interested, especially for developers since it's open-source project.
How is it different from other timetracker?
Chronos works with native JIRA methods. You track time on tasks from JIRA and your logged hours appear as native JIRA worklogs.
Who is it for?
People who work with JIRA and track time. If you don’t want to use third-party timetrackers, you can move all of your work history to JIRA. Our desktop client is open-sourced and we don’t store your working hours data (we store screenshots and activity if you tell us so, but you can keep it time-only).
One of our goals during development was reducing a need to use JIRA web interface and make user-flow as comfortable as possible.
Here is something you can do with Chronos Timetracker:
All of that without leaving an app. Less distraction.
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