If your organization has a sales team, you may wonder how much time they spend talking to customers. Now it is possible with Everhour integration.
Everybody heard about Slack. What about Slack time tracking integration? If intrigued, hit the link to read how Everhour and Slack are working together.
The long awaiting feature is alive: you can set up a project budget and track time against it with Everhour. Read the post to find more.
Users can use the task estimate without linking it to a specific person. Reports also show the progress on a task in total and for each member.
Users of Asana and Trello can now use columns with the names of custom fields in Everhour reports to group time by these values and better analyze work
With Everhour you can now track time and estimate issues directly from the BitBucket interface. Always be aware of total time and cost of any project.
Everhour is happy to announce integration with another well-known project management tool - Teamwork. Track your time with Teamwork projects easily!
Users can now make Everhour invoices in their native language by replacing the label title in the draft view. The change applies to all invoices.
Admins can now stop the Everhour timer on behalf of other members and set up work hours to stop the timer of all team automatically at day's end.
Everhour now sends admins and supervisors the summary emails with the progress of your team and time by a project for a day, week and month
Everhour pricing is changed today and now all features from Plus are included into the Basic plan to let you use invoicing at a cheaper price
With GitHub boards, you can now move cards with pull requests, issues and notes between columns like “in-progress”, “done” and see the reported time inline