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Overview
Synopsis

Tick is a time tracking software solution that helps teams easily track time and hit their budgets. Tick offers integrated apps for phones, desktops, and browser extensions.

Category

Time Tracking Software Free

Features

• Time per project reporting
• In-app timers: Start a single timer or toggle between multiple timers as user moves between tasks
• Consistent budget feedback
• Billable and non-billable hours
• SSL for secure web pages
• Recurring project that auto-resets every month

License

Proprietary

Price

• Free

Pricing

Subscription

Free Trial

Available

Users Size

Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)

Company

Tick

What is best?

• Time per project reporting
• In-app timers: Start a single timer or toggle between multiple timers as user moves between tasks
• Consistent budget feedback
• Billable and non-billable hours
• SSL for secure web pages

What are the benefits?

• Prioritize: Re-allocate hours and shift deadlines for high-priority projects
• Mobile: Never more than a few clicks away from entering time
• Better Workflow: Understand everything that is going on within a business
• Focus: Identify areas where productivity is lower than others

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Ease of use
7.6
8.9
Features & Functionality
7.6
8.4
Advanced Features
7.6
8.6
Integration
7.6
8.2
Performance
7.6
8.8
Customer Support
7.6
8.7
Implementation
8.8
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Bottom Line

Tick is straightforward time-tracking software that tracks time against budgets, giving users the best opportunity to remain profitable.

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Tick is a time tracking software solution that helps teams easily track time and hit their budgets. Tick offers integrated apps for phones, desktops, and browser extensions. This system integrates project management software such as Trello, Asana, and Basecamp to bring time tracking and budget feedback into your project management workflow. It is possible to export time entries to Freshbooks or Quickbooks for simple invoicing.

Tick’s straightforward timecard works in just three steps: Select a project (organized by client), select the task, and enter your time. Once the time is entered, create new timers from completed time entries throughout the day and, when high-fives go around after the task is finished, enter that time directly from the timer. After a team member enters time to a task, the project and task budgets are shown to let them know how much time they have left to complete the work. Enter notes, use timesheet reporting to get budget feedback or dig deeper into projects with just a click.

Tick provides an easy way for administrators to look into a project and see a breakdown of the hours tracked by task and people. With details like this easily accessible, checking the status of your projects takes just seconds. Tick’s reports are built around actionable data. They are easy to create, update and dig through. Plus, these reports make it simple to bill clients, or see any trouble spots in the project process.

Tick’s “by person” reporting gives a time report of the hours each team member logged for that week, month, or custom time period. To get more specific time report about a client or team member, Tick gives the option to expand the view and get those too, without running another report or refreshing anything.

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