There’s a billion time-tracking software’s out there and as far as I can tell almost all of it is for employees and simply to track total hours, much less about the content of those hours.
Does anyone know if “big timers” like B.Gates, M.Zuckerburg, L.Page, E.Musk, etc. track their time usage everyday so they can look back and see what they are spending their time on exactly? If so what software/apps are they using? I imagine people like them or any Founder or CEO might have such variability that it might not allow for granular time tracking but nevertheless I’m curious and my Google searches aren’t yielding any solid answers!
@Sam_Leahey, If you haven’t yet seen them, I think @Kaitie (hi!) did this for herself using two approaches (both with graphical output) and wrote them up. See the thread starting with the post below, but scroll (quite a bit) to see her 3 or 4 follow-up posts too, and mentions of Asana Academy course on this.
I’m not a big timer, but I have tried tracking my time in Asana manually using custom fields for my own personal records and evaluation.
I’m a fan of the pomodoro technique so I tried to work that in with sprint custom fields. What’s most important to me is tracking how much time I spend on what type of work and whether it was an anticipated task or unexpected or raised in priority.