If activated, the synchronization will write the app’s records to a Google Calendar. You will need to configure the
calendar in the app’s settings. Every change in Swipetimes is reflected in the Google Calendar, but
calendar changes are not transferred back to the app. It’s a one way synchronisation.
Depending on your purchased add-ons you may choose to have automatic synchronisation
(happens every time your tracked records change) or you may have to manually invoke the sync.
In order to see the records in the Google Calendar please take a look first by using Google’s web interface. There you are
able to also see the calendars Swipetimes created.
The app will use only the calendars it created. None of your other calendars will be touched in any way by Swipetimes.
No, that’s not the way rounding works. Just the duration is rounded.
Let’s assume you have a record running between 10:03 - 10:06 and your rounding setting
is round up each record / 5 minutes.
The actual duration of the record is 3 minutes, but after rounding it will be 5 minutes.
Start and end time remain untouched.
For a rounding setting round up daily duration / 5 minutes, the actual duration of a day’s records
is summed up, and then the sum is rounded.
Yes you can: either by using the widget, either by using a launcher shortcut.
The widget will let you choose from all the projects when starting the timer, the app shortcut is tied to a specific project.