I use Asana for business planning, but I am looking for a time tracking integration. With which we can manually fill in the hours for the projects/tasks. Preferably a free solution but most important is that you can fill in the hours manually per project/task. Any tips/advice for the relevant software/integration that meets these requirements?
I list a dozen time tracking tools for Asana on The ultimate guide for doing things with Asana - #24 by Andrea_Mayer, have a look :). I don’t use any of them so I can’t help further sorry.
Yep agree with @Bastien_Siebman there is a great list already.
I prefer Hubstaff as it has a lot of extra features and the Asana integration is great
But it really depends if you rather need basic time tracking or more features.
Both of the above allow you to manually add time as well.
There are also a few more basic time tracking tools in the list Bastien mentioned.
Should be co-build a post about a comparison of the time tracking apps for Asana?!
I am working on the draft
Hehe sure @Bastien_Siebman
I can prepare more info on worksnaps and Hubstaff if you want as I have been using both since a few years and then let‘s see who can chip in some more info on the other time tracking apps.
Probably a comparison table would be nice as well
I use Everhour and I love it. I’m a consultant with lots of different clients - I track each of them in a different Asana project. The integration into Asana is excellent - you can start a timer or manually enter how much time was spent on a task. You can also add a note to explain what you were doing. Then on the Everhour page you can generate detailed reports of your time or add the time to invoices. I tried Harvest but it wasn’t as good. Unfortunately Everhour is not cheap. There is no free plan and they bill for a minimum of 5 users to it is quite expensive for a 1-person team.
The post is ready, let’s get that baby filled in!
@Andrea_Mayer yes please!