Custom day types: define more day types alongside vacation, holiday and sick leave.
The timeline also displays this information now.
Custom day types are also shown in the statistics.
Let’s assume you’re at work, and your project tracker runs. After one hour, you decide
to do some gym exercises, afterwards you want to switch back to your previous work.
With a long tap on the gym project, the tracker will switch to gym tracking. After stopping, Swipetimes will return
to your previous works, without any manual intervention.
New Excel export.
Location based time tracking improvements.
Vacation and sick days are shown in the statistics.
Printing and management of invoices. Both project hourly rates and the tracked times can be adjusted during invoice creation.
Some new icons.
Subscriptions can be cancelled directly from the app.
- New widget for the current day. Thumb-up in case you’ve reached your daily goal, otherwise thumb down.
- Edit the current record directly from the widget.
More flexible automatic breaks.
More predefined periods in the custom statistics view.
Search for projects and tags when adding or modifying an entry.
Remaining vacation days.
Statusbar notification also shows the day’s totally tracked time.
The automatic break duration will be subtracted from the total daily time.
Each day-break may be adjusted afterwards (tap on the break entry), just for the case that the break duration doesn’t match the set time.
- Days with focused project records are highlighted with a different color - an orange dot instead of the gray one.
- Focused project records are shown first in the timeline.
Project hourly rates and income calculation.
Tracked GPS distances in the PDF reports.
Manage your vacation and sick leave days in the app.
Mark specific days directly in the timeline.
Vacation & sick leaves
If your are using the bottom controls layout and GPS tracking is active, the distance is displayed directly
in the start center.
The automatic backup notification can be turned off.
A thumb-friendly design can be activated in the apps settings.
Customizing the PDF report title.
Sort option for the timeline.
Added new start-up option.
New menu entry for automation.
NFC based time tracking.
Project based GPS settings.
Tracking may be started from the start center.
Tracked distance plus GPS track is attached to the record.
Alarm intervals can be customized.
Swipe actions in the start center.
Quick access to the timeline.
Quick access to the last records.
The changelog may be shown only for major updates.
An alarm is automatically triggered when the duration of a running project record reaches the given value.
Records from other profiles than the current one are shown differently. They just have a small color marker.
190 colors to choose from for projects and tags.
Automate your time tracking. Start the timer when your device connects to a WIFI network, stop it when disconnecting.
Minor improvements to the timeline.
- Time tracking settings have been centralized.
- A new option for the the weekly and monthly time balances.
Projects can be pinned to home screen on Android 8.0+
A new widget displaying tracked time vs. your goals.
Small improvements in the quick stats.
Notification when daily goal is reached.
App shortcuts on Android Nougat+.
Enhancements to the PDF summaries.
PDF summaries. That’s it.
The time picker allows you to set the start time of a newly added record in direct adjacency to the previous record, so you can avoid time gaps.
In this example, the start time was set to 08:20, as the day’s last record ended at 08:20.
button will only be shown if the day has at least one record.
The account for the backups can be changed.
The projects from the start center can be reordered.
Added the ability to add duration-only records. As their name says, they do not have a start and end time.
- As always, some crashing bugs were fixed. And most probably no new crashing bugs added ;-)
- The start date for the time account computation is also used in various statistics. More explanations in the screenshots below.
A. The daily target (in this example 8 hours per day) goes into effect on April 29, a sunday. Time account is also computed starting with
B. The small two-weeks chart displays the daily target (the blue lines) starting with April 29.
The same applies for the detailed statistics (not shown here).