Time tracking in GitHub

Everhour perfectly complements your software development process in GitHub by comprehensive time tracking functionality, which integrates natively into your existing issues.

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  • With Everhour, you can set up estimates for yourself or your teammates and track time right from your issue details page. Natively looking timer and progress indicator will make this process highly convenient.

Time tracking and estimates inside GitHub
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Ryan Aker

Founder of RCA Web Design Agency

Time tracking is crucial because we provide ourselves in being as transparent as possible with our customer

GitHub Issues is our PM tool. Having the ability for developers and clients to add and track issues for the different projects/applications in 1 location keeps workflow in more streamline bases.

The icing on the cake is Everhour integration to track time with GitHub to a PR or Issue. As a manager, I like your various types of reports, specifically a report based on date range and by each or all team members.

  • Keep track of the whole development performance simply from the issue list. Estimated and reported time indicators are right next to issues titles. What’s more, group your tasks in a list with specific filters and see the total reported time.
Estimates and Reported Time Inline With GitHub Issues

Excellent reporting

Everhour website allows receiving a comprehensive report of your team’s activity.

Here just a few samples. More in our Reports Gallery.

Monthly timesheet report - Everhour

Monthly timesheet

See time spent by your team for a certain period

Tasks by member report - Everhour

Tasks by member

Run a report with track history of each member

Remaining time by project / iteration - Everhour

Time in milestone

Analyze your work by two criteria at once


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