Track the time you spend on coding features and fixing bugs. Work logs help OnTime automatically generate burndown charts for you.
Whether you bill customers for time spent on a project or not, you cannot know, understand, or improve the development process without seeing a picture of how much time is spent on tasks. This information can be used to spot trends, help with decision-making, and, of course, to help you ship software on time.
Even if you don't want to track exact work times, you can use OnTime Scrum's custom workflows to assign various amounts of "Estimated Time Remaining" to provide a general picture of how much work is getting done.
Your dev team is working hard on making your product amazing, and the last thing they should be worrying about is "Did I start this at 8 this morning? Or 8:15?" Our OnTime Stopwatch official addon is here to help.
Use OnTime Stopwatch to search for OnTime items to track work time against. Filters help you find just what you're looking for—filter by project, item types, user, or whatever you like. Submit work logs using Stopwatch and finally have a true measure of the time spent on any given item as opposed to a random estimation.
It's easy to download, install, and use OnTime Stopwatch. You'll need your OnTime OnDemand URL (or Web Server URL for OnPremises users), user name, and password to sign in and complete the link. Stopwatch is for Windows only.