Which Time Tracking App works best with Asana?

Hi Everyone.

I’m looking for the BEST TIME TRACKING APP that works best with Asana. I am looking forward to track the time spent on below classifications :

  • By Tasks
  • By Subtasks
  • By Projects
  • By Clients
  • By Status of My Project etc

I tried using many different tools, but could not find all the features in any of them. Some apps could cover few of the above classifications, where some apps lacked even with the basic classifications. I want all in one solution that can help me to manage my team. So I hope someone could advise me.

Also, I am looking for something that is affordable. Max I can spend is around $10 p.m. (Would love to have the free trial of course before I loose up my pocket :wink:

There are many time-tracking threads here. Here’s a good place to start: Do you track your time?

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Have a look at asana.com/apps for a complete list (without feedback though, I give you that)

Bastien
Asana Certified Pro, consultant, author and developer

I have been pretty happy with the Harvest integration. I can run start the timer from any Asana task, then choose the client, project, and task as set up in Harvest. The Asana task name is added to the Harvest entry, and Harvest links back to the Asana task. Subtasks from Asana work the same way.
Clients and projects are self-explanatory in Harvest. I set up the tasks in Harvest as a task type. My Harvest tasks include things like Admin, Project management, and Composition and design. This way, I can add a task anywhere in Asana, and immediately start the Harvest timer, without further setup in Harvest.

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I guess TMetric
integrated with Asana :white_check_mark:
calculating without fail :white_check_mark:
affordable (free plan ideal for one-man project) :white_check_mark:

Hi
I’m working with zistemo which is really fully integrated into Asana,
Time management functionality without switching between Apps.

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Hello @Avni_Gajjar,

I suggest you to look at Everhour + Asana integration. Here is why.

When you connect Asana with Everhour, we sync all your active projects so that you don’t need to make any additional project setup. The synchronization happens automatically.

When you add a new project or change the name of the existing one, we will sync this change after some time. That means your reports will always show the freshest data.

And we also sync such meta information as tags, sections, custom fields. You can do any kind of reports in Everhour based on these details.

You can also set time estimates right inside Asana interface so at any time you can see the time you spend and what is left.

Do NOT use TimeCamp. Stay FAR away. Their product is constantly not working properly, their integration is really poor. It creates so much extra work to manage b/c it mis-tracks 18 hrs, b/c their timer won’t shut off, when you tracked 5 mins to one task, and their product service is horrible. I’m still searching for a new solution.

The TimeCamp integration worked for me, but TimeCamp had reliability issues of its own (with or without integration).

I have also integrated Asana with TimeDoctor and Hubstaff. I gave up on Time Doctor, because the synchronization took too long in the use case of adding a task in Asana and then immediately starting a timer in TimeDoctor. This has improved since TimeDoctor updated its UI some months ago. Hubstaff synchronizes right away and integration of Asana tasks into Hubstaff has worked consistently for me over about four years of use. Hubstaff has task management too, but has not lured me away from Asana :slight_smile:

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