Trello time tracking integration

Time tracking in Trello with timesheets, budgeting, client reporting, and payroll.
Works inside Trello. No more tab switching!

Free to try   •   No credit card required   •   1-minute signup
Time tracking and estimates inside Trello
Our Timesheet button shows all your timekeeping for a Day or Week.
Mark any project as billable. Setup budget. Create a threshold email notification.
See the time and progress of each employee.
The timer and reported time are next to each task.
Exclude certain tasks from the billable amount calculation.

Why Trello + Everhour is the best time tracking integration on the market?

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1. Quick setup

When you connect Trello with Everhour timesheet app, we will automatically sync your projects so that your team can start tracking time right away. No manual project setup required.

2. Less employee teaching

You don’t need to explain to your staff how to use additional employee time tracking software. Time tracking controls will appear right inside the Trello interface, making it easy for them to track time.

3. Accuracy

Employees often forget to track time as it's not convenient for them to switch between time clock app and project management app. Everhour eliminates these steps and improves time tracking accuracy.

4. Estimates are always in front of you

Everhour shows time vs. estimate beside task and subtask titles. When the entire team sees progress, they will urge you to ensure the work is done.

5. Automatic updates

When you add a new project or change the name of the existing task in Trello, Everhour will sync this change automatically. That means your reports will always show the freshest data.

6. Detailed reports

Trello time tracking reports let you organize reported time using various information from your Trello tasks such as tags, sections, or custom fields. So you can dive deeper into tracked work hours analysis to get more accurate results.

How does Everhour improve Trello?

After you successfully connected Everhour and Trello, there are multiple
useful features you can start using directly in your Trello interface

Time and estimate along with tasks

With Everhour, you can easily track time in any task within Trello. You will see the timer and reported time next to the task title as well as the total time by each column (list) and the entire project.

Time and estimates along task title
Works with subtasks

Time in task details

In the task details, you’ll see the reported time by each employee and its progress towards the original estimate. You can track time using a timer or log time manually at any time.

Budget near project title

With the help of Everhour, any project in Trello can have a budget set in hours or money. You can even set up an advance notification.

Watch budgets
Exclude non-billable time

Mark any task as “non-billable”

Everhour lets you configure any project or employee as billable or not, but also automatically excludes certain tasks' time from the billable amount calculation.

Your questions. Answered!

Here is the list of the most frequent questions. If you’d have other questions or ideas — contact us.

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Is Everhour easy to connect with Trello?

Yes. Just click Try with my Trello and connect it with Everhour. The next step would be to install our browser extension. And that's it! Open your Trello and start tracking time.

How does Everhour for Trello work?

After integration, Everhour embeds controls into the Trello interface and thus extends it with many useful features. You can keep tracking time from Trello, through the Everhour website or browser extension.

What if not all my Trello users need time tracking?

No problem. You can invite and pay only for those Trello users who are going to track time and use other Everhour features.

Will someone else (like clients) see my time in Trello?

Only those people who are a part of your Everhour team and installed our free browser extension can see time-related data in Trello.

How to invite other Trello users to Everhour?

After you register an Everhour account and connect it with Trello, you can track time only for yourself. To invite teammates, you should go to the Everhour team page and manually invite your team by entering their emails. Each employee should finish the signup flow and connect their Trello account.

Does Everhour work on Trello native apps?

As of now, you can’t see the Everhour timer and other controls inside Trello desktop and mobile apps. But we definitely look into ways to change that. One of the next things to try is to build our “power-up”, which is a way to make a cross-platform integration with Trello. It could become a solution, but for a desktop app only. The mobile app still doesn't officially support third-party apps.

A time tracker you can trust for life

“Everhour is the most powerful time tracking software ever. We are using Everhour as a core business software because our business is to sell our time :) When you use such software, what you care about the most is speed, flexibility, ability to integrate with all major project management software. And Everhour is exactly that kind of software. The most interesting thing about Everhour is its integration with all major project management software. We are using Everhour with Asana and Trello and having a great experience with it.

— Ivan M. (Source: Capterra)

"The biggest asset of Everhour is its simplicity. You don't need to spend much time figuring out the hows, whats, and whys of its operation. You just plug it in and do your thing. The reporting is detailed and exports without anything going wrong. Everhour is also very helpful in strategic planning as a measuring tool. It was very useful to track how much time it takes for me to complete certain tasks under certain circumstances (urgent, regular, low-priority, etc) and then plan my days accordingly."

— Volodymyr B. (Source: Capterra)

“We are a 15 people team working remotely from different cities of Latin America and Europe, and time tracking for each client, project, and task has been always a major issue. We’ve been using Everhour for the past year or so, and it has become an essential tool for our team. It does not only give us the ability to track how much time we have dedicated to a project but also to estimate how much time a particular task will need in order to be completed next time and by who. Easily create and save reports with just a few clicks”

— Daniel Y. (Source: TrustRadius)

"Everhour helps me to know my personal and teamwork performance. Nice UI, mobile responsive site available, lot of integrations, in my case Trello integration works smoothly with my workflow. Chrome extension works well too. Real-time reports avoid the need to interrupt teammates asking about what they are working on, monthly and customs ones, help us in the finances area to decide payments or, in worth cases, penalties. It's great to see that the Everhour team keeps constantly working improving their service, frequent changes in the UI and workflow take you by surprise, sometimes it's scary but there are always some good decisions, new features, and improvements."

— David R. (Source:

"I like that Everhour is straightforward and functional. I also love that it integrates with Trello, which is how we manage the majority of our work. The reason that I originally chose to go with Everhour over the competition is that these folks chose to do one thing and to do it well. Other companies wanted to also handle invoicing, project management, and other things. I already had a tool for those things; what I needed was an easy and enjoyable to use time tracking solution that I knew would work. Everhour has consistently impressed me with how well their product works and how fast they innovate and improve."

— Mike A. (Source: Capterra)

“Everhour does everything you need and with powerful integrations. I’ve tried a lot of project timers. I also use Trello and Asana. When I found Everhour and discovered that it could work seamlessly with both of the other project platforms that I use all the time I knew I had found the right application."

— Lee S. (Source: