Why choose Everhour?
Here is why Trello + Everhour is the best time tracking integration on the market
1. Quick setup
When you connect Trello with Everhour, we sync all your active 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 software. Time tracking controls will appear right inside their Trello interface, making it easy for them to track time.
Employees often forget to track time as it's not convenient for them to switch between apps. Everhour eliminates these steps and improves time tracking accuracy.
4. Estimates always in front of you
Everhour shows time vs. estimate beside task titles. When the entire team sees progress on tasks, they will hold you accountable to ensuring work is done.
5. Automatic updates
When you add a new project or change the name of the existing task in Trello, we will sync this change automatically in Everhour. That means your reports will always show the freshest data.
6. Detailed reports
Our reports let you organize reported time using various information from your Trello tasks such as labels or column names. So you can dive deeper into analysis to get more accurate results.
How Everhour improves Trello?
Here is a bit more details on how Everhour integrates with Trello
and what advantages it will give you
Time and estimate along 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 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 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.
Mark any task as “non-billable”
Everhour lets you configure any project or employee as billable or not, but also to automatically exclude certain tasks time from the billable amount calculation.
What else Everhour can do for you?
Besides controls we embed into Trello interface, you will get access to
many extra features through our site
Schedule hours of your employees, see their workload and time off to plan projects work accordingly
Easy to use online timesheets. Invite anyone to track time, set flexible rates and enjoy easy billing and reporting
Quickly find who is working at this moment and on what without distracting employees and taking them out of the flow
Keep track of all your projects, set budgets and alerts, split billable and non-billable hours
Create accurate invoices from the logged work just in a few clicks. Watch the reported time and the time invoiced
Your questions. Answered!
Here is the list of the most frequent questions. If you’d have other questions or ideas — contact us.
Click on Try with my Trello and connect it with us. Next step would be to install our browser extension. And that's it! Open your Trello and start tracking time.
Everhour automatically syncs your Trello projects. It also keeps track of changes of project and task titles, in order to reflect the newest title on the timesheet. This is a striking difference with other tools where they force you to manually duplicate projects, match and change them.
No problem. You can invite and pay only for those Trello users who are going to track time and use other Everhour features.
Only those people who are a part of your Everhour team and installed our browser extension can see time related data in Trello.
After you register Everhour account and connect it with Trello, you can track time only for yourself. To invite teammates, you should go to Everhour team page and manually invite your team by entering their emails. Each employee should finish signup flow and connect their Trello account.
As of now, you can’t see Everhour timer and other controls inside Trello desktop and mobile apps. But we definitely look into ways to change that. One of 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 desktop app only. The mobile app still doesn't officially support third-party apps.