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Time Tracking Tips & Tricks

Time tracking formats are numerous. Take a look at these time tracking tips to become a master in no time.

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Here are some tips you can use to track your hours more quicker and easier. All of these can be used when tracking time under My Time.

Master these tips to become a true Productive time-tracking expert.

Interval format

The interval format allows you to mark when you started and when you finished working on a certain activity. Here are a couple of examples:

  • 9-5

  • 9 am-5 pm

  • 9-17

  • 9.5-17

  • 9 to 5

Relative interval format

The relative interval format enables you to mark down when you started working on something. It will then use the current moment as an end to this activity and calculate the amount of time between those two automatically. Here are the formats you can use, and check out the image to see what this looks like.

  • 9-

  • 9am-

  • 9.30-

  • 9.5-

  • 9 to

Text format / Clock format / Decimal format

Check out the images below to see how all of these work.


  • 1h 30m

  • 30m

  • 1.5h


  • 2:00

  • 2:30

Decimal format

  • 30 > 30 minutes

  • 1.5 > 1 hour 30 minutes

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