- hr is now 64-bit
- Menu now shows play/pause indicators next to timers
- Dropped support for OS X Yosemite (10.10)
- Minor UX improvements
hr tracks your hours.
Keep your projects and clients organized with categories
Categories is the first view you'll see when you launch the app.
From there, you can click the Add-button (＋) to create new categories for your tasks.
When you want to export entire category of tasks to e.g. Excel, you can select a category or multiple categories, then click the Export-button.
Right-click a category to see more actions, like archiving categories.
Double-click a category to jump to Tasks-view. Read more about Tasks-view in the next section.
You can click the status bar to toggle between showing and hiding archived categories.
Manage your list of to-dos in the Tasks-view
This is the Tasks-view of the category you double-clicked.
Click the Add-button (＋) to create new tasks and the Export-button to export selected tasks. The Back-button is now also visible to return to Categories-view.
Hover over a task and click the appearing Play-button to start timing. When a task is being timed, you’ll see here a Pause and Stop -buttons instead.
Open priority-selector by clicking the left edge of the row.
When clicking a checkbox, that task is marked as complete. You can toggle whether to show complete tasks from the menu (View) or by clicking the bar between Add and Export buttons.
Double-click a task to jump to Sessions-view. Read more about Sessions-view in the next section.
Status bar also shows a summed time, when there are multiple selected tasks.
This is the Sessions-view for the task you double-clicked.
Sessions are created when you start and stop timing a task. It's also possible to manually create a session by clicking the Add-button (＋).
By selecting a session, a session-editor will pop up, letting you edit its details.
From this view you can switch between viewing task's sessions or properties by clicking the toggle buttons on the bottom-right.
And again, Back-button is there to get you back to Tasks-view.
Select multiple sessions and right-click to merge them.
It's minimalistic, clean and easy-to-use,
yet powerful time tracking app for your Mac's menu bar.
Record time used on your tasks with multiple timers. Automatically pause on idle or after specified interval (pomodoro technique).
While you work, hr sits in the upper-right of your screen, ready when you need it.
Click the menu bar icon to open hr.
A play-icon appears when a timer is running.
Configure hr to show time of the current session and/or task, and task's name.
Available on the Mac App Store
Awesome app! Was looking for something clean and simple like this for ages! Highly recommend!Nick
This is a great simple app – does the job nicely and I recommend it to anyone who might need it.Chris J.
Great app! Does just what’s needed without any extra chrome! Thanks!Markus J.
hr is a prime example of simplicity executed in a way that gives more power and flexibility.mbeattie74
This app really does a good job at stripping the task of tracking time down to the bare minimum.Andrew E.
If you need to track your time on different projects, this is the simplest to use I’ve ever seen and absolutely the best.cthulhu5
This does what it says and well. Easy to use and reliable.kenyonb
Well-designed, compact & clean time tracking app.P. Locc
Looking for a fast approach on time tracking? Look no further!Piet N.
Full-featured, yet easy to use.FastBill
- Summary now shows the correct hours when archived categories are hidden
- Optimized sorting tasks
|Create New Category||⌘N|
|Create New Task||⌘N|
|Mark/Unmark Task as Complete||⌥⌘C|
|Show/Hide Complete Tasks||⇧⌘C|
|View: Task Properties||⌘2|
Where does hr store its database?
- If you haven't specified another location for the database, by default the database1.db file is located in /Users/(username)/Library/Containers/com.zerowhitedesigns.hr/Data/Library/Application Support/hr.