BlogEverhour v1 · former versionProgress Update (May)

Progress Update (May)

May 3, 2015 · 4 min read

Hi everybody,

Sorry friends for keeping you in the dark so long. We’ve even started getting emails like “Are you guys still alive?”. We are! 🙂 Just super-busy with ongoing work.

There are 2 major things we’d like to share with you today. First is about our latest progress and second is our long term plans.

So, what exactly have we done recently?

We were working hard on our browser extension. Asana users may have already noticed changes. Probably next week the same thing will be released for Trello and Basecamp, and one or two weeks later –  Github and Pivotal.

1. Estimates & remaining time

Everhour - Asana - Estimates - Remaining


From now on, every task could have an estimate. Remaining time is calculated automatically by formula: “Estimate – Time Reported”. If reported time >  estimate, show overdue message.

You can manually update/override the Remaining field anytime. This way you can see the original estimate, reported time and actual time left for completion.

Example. Lets say the Original estimate was 2h, Reported time – 3h 20m => Overdue = 1h 20m. But it says nothing about the actual remaining time. Fix that by updating auto-calculated value:

Everhour - Asana - Update Remaining Time

Estimate value will also be listed in Report by Task.

Everhour - Report by Task - Estimate - Total Time

2. Report time manually

You could have forgotten to report time yesterday or have started working on something earlier today and forgot to start timer. Now, you can manually report this time directly from Asana, without even visiting Everhour web site.

Everhour - Asana - Date Picker

3. Time distribution

Click the “Reported time” label and in the popover you’ll see who was working on the task and the amount of time he reported.

Everhour - Asana - Time Details

Now briefly about our long-term plans

We’ve decided to release all-new Everhour later this year. No panic please 🙂 It will be a completely separate code-base and won’t affect you guys unless you agree to migrate.

We will gradually release new Everhour for Asana, for Trello, for Basecamp etc. Priorities are based on our user base and partnership agreements.

We want Everhour to provide best, almost native time tracking experience for people who already use such great tools as Asana, Trello, Github, Basecamp. And we spent huge amount of time working on usability.

It also means that we are going to deprecate many habitual features such as single-line time input, calendar etc. All time tracking will happen only inside 3d party tools handled by our browser extension and only per task. Going forward, we will have an API and ask our partners to integrate with us on the web and mobile.

So, our key goals are:

  • Fully automated sync. No need to create same projects, invite same members on Everhour side. The entire structure will be defined by integration;
  • No more @mentions;
  • Super easy signup for new teammates. Literally in 2 clicks;
  • Simplified and, at the same time, more integration-narrowed reports;
  • Summary reports by project / member;
  • Improved invoicing & money analysis;
  • Admin feature to manage/edit employees time;
  • and more ….

The first sneak peek previews below:

Everhour - New UI Coming

Everhour - Basecamp - Preview

Everhour - Trello - Preview

Everhour - Github Preview

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