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Clockster

A location-based time clock, Clockster is a powerfully simple tool for tracking time on the go. With affordable pricing and detailed, individualized reporting, ...

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Description

A location-based time clock, Clockster is a powerfully simple tool for tracking time on the go. With affordable pricing and detailed, individualized reporting, Clockster is the perfect time clock for small businesses, freelancers and the self-employed, or people who simply want to see how they actually spend that ever-precious time. Clockster uses location coordinates to pinpoint the location of the user, ensuring accurate records of time spent for each job, project, or task. With built-in geofencing, Clockster features the option to automatically stop the time clock if the user leaves the location. That setting lets business owners easily and transparently monitor exactly when employees leave the work-site. It also eliminates the hassles that come with simply forgetting to clock out. Why use Clockster? For the features: - Maintain private and secure time tracking. - Track time to the second. - Pause and restart time clocks as needed. - Use geofencing to automatically stop a time clock if the user leaves the location. - Define and store location names for future time clocks. - Set tasks (such as "installing sink" or "writing app description") associated with each time clock. - Set tags (such as client names or project names) to help sort through various time clocks. Clockster. Your Traveling Time Clock. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.0

Size: 2.26 MB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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