TimePanic is a time tracking application designed for self-employed people, small businesses, or just anyone who works at a computer. People don't do time tracking for the fun of it. They either want to find out why they keep running out of time. Or they need to charge for their time. In either case, it is essential to supplement your time log with structured information such as project, work type or type of collaboration in order to produce meaningful reports. This tedious work is difficult to maintain at a consistent level of detail over a longer period.
TimePanic's favorite buttons address this problem: They let you start pre-configured activities with a single mouse click, both in the Windows and in the Pocket PC version of TimePanic. Many customers say that these buttons are their favorite feature because they make time tracking so easy. All in all, TimePanic's user interface has been designed to be as simple and intuitive as possible, which is why it provides many usability features such as multi-level undo and redo, hibernation support, context-sensitive help and Unicode support. Because TimePanic can run in the system tray, a task switch requires no more than two mouse clicks. And that's why TimePanic makes it easy to cope with interruptions such as frequent phone calls and questions from colleagues.
Like all good time tracking applications, TimePanic lets you specify planned working hours, planned breaks and public holidays, allows you to record annual leave, sick leave and flexitime, has wizard assisted search, export and report functions and can calculate overtime. TimePanic is available in English, in German and in French. If you use TimePanic for personal time tracking, it can help you look at your working days in a new way and discover surprising patterns and trends. If you use it in your job, it will soon become one of your indispensable everyday tools.