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How can I track time on multiple cards simultaneously?

Jake Scott-Hodes July 19, 2023

We use Trello to track projects in our workshop. Our shop team shares one computer to move cards across the board. They are essentially sharing 1 Trello user profile.

 

I want to track time spent on each project using a timer the shop team can easily click to start and stop at will.

 

With multiple team members and multiple projects, how can I track multiple cards simultaneously? All of the power ups I've looked at stop the 1st timer when a 2nd one starts.


Thanks for nay help.

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fiza khan
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July 20, 2023

To track time on multiple cards simultaneously, use an APK-based time tracking tool (e.g., Toggl) and create separate cards for each task in an APK-supported project management tool (e.g., Trello) for efficient time management.

Jake Scott-Hodes July 31, 2023

Thanks for this suggestion. I'll have to do some research to learn what APK-based solutions are.

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July 19, 2023

@Jake Scott-Hodes 

You can consider using http to request a microservice to capture the start and stop time based on a set of CFs and project name etc to a simple database and process the data to get the information you need. The microservice can then reset the cf for the next person to use. 

Jake Scott-Hodes July 31, 2023

Thanks for this suggestion. I'll have to do some research to learn what microservices are.

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