Wer nutzt diese Software?
Freiberufler, Berater, kleine Teams, die Zeiterfassung und Rechnungsstellung benötigen oder einfach nur ihre Produktivität verbessern möchten.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung16 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.5 / 5
- Kundenservice 5 / 5
- Funktionen 4.5 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 5 / 5
- Startpreis $40/einmalig
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
Installiert - Mac
Support während der Geschäftszeiten
Angaben zum Hersteller
- Gegründet 2014
Qbserve bietet alles, was du für eine nahtlose Zeiterfassung deiner Arbeitszeit oder freiberuflichen Projekte benötigst: automatische Produktverfolgung für Websites und Anwendungen, automatische Projektverfolgung auf Basis geöffneter Dokumente und Webseiten, Rechnungserstellung, Echtzeit-Feedback und Benachrichtigungen, verschiedene Berichte und Arbeitszeittabellen, geplanter Datenexport, Slack-Team und Skype-Chatverfolgung. Es gibt kein Abonnement und alle erfassten Informationen werden lokal gespeichert.
- Abrechnung & Rechnungsstellung
- Abrechnungsfähige & Nicht-abrechnungsfähige Stunden
- Automatische Zeiterfassung
- Mehrere Abrechnungstarife
- Mobile Zeiterfassung
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Qbserve
Bewertet am 16.5.2017
The single-most insightful productivity app
Kommentare: Great insights into how I spend my time on the computer (majority of my day). I learned when I was most productive and which bad habits to cut down on.
Vorteile: I glance at my status bar, a percentage telling indicates how productive I've been today. 15%...not good. I click on the percentage, and an overview window pops up with 3 columns detailing the amount of time I've done productive, neutral, and distracting activities, each broken down by percentage of app use time. Looks like 14% ("39 minutes" when I hover) of the 3h29 of distracting time today was spent on Twitter. My productive time has mostly been spent working on a Google Doc (the app distinguishes websites when you use a browser). Also on this overview page, a pie chart breakdown which also lets me know I was 7% more productive than yesterday. Finally, spanning the bottom third is an absolute stacked chart broken down by hour, and I see that I was most productive in the 10am hour. At the very bottom, I can go back or forward a day, and pause time tracking for a few minutes. That's just the overview tab, and I'm already well aware of what my time has been spent on. I can stop here or get more insights on a Details tab this is where I'll categorize "uncategorized activities" by type and productivity, of which there aren't that many because of the crowd-sourcing of categories. Lastly, the timesheet tab allows me to get a minute by minute breakdown of what I was doing at the time. With only three tabs in a window that takes about a quarter of my screen, I have complete understanding of the time I've spent today on my computer. It's infinitely valuable.
Nachteile: The software can feel very slightly unwieldy when you first pick it up due to the amount of functionality and information at your fingertips. However, the developer has done a good job of hiding advanced functionality in a separate tab. After a few weeks I felt very comfortable using it, and knowing where to look for the information most relevant to me at the time pertinent: percentages vs absolute values, stacked bar chart vs pie chart, hour-by-hour breakdown, etc.
Bewertet am 16.5.2017
I use Qbserve to help me stay highly productive when I'm working remotely
Kommentare: I've drastically increased my productivity while simultaneously removing any worry that I wasn't getting enough done. With Qbserve I have accurate measurements that keep me on track.
Vorteile: Qbserve works. I often set goals like "today I want to get 6hrs of work done" and Qbserve's precise activity monitoring lets me be sure I'm staying on track. Qbserve makes it possible to accurately measure my productivity. The ability to detail which tools and websites I consider productive gives me high confidence that I'm hitting my goals. Qbserve is also very flexible. Sometimes my goals are "today is only for working and I want to be at 90% productivity regardless of how long I work" or "today I need to put 4hrs of work in but it doesn't matter if they're intersperse with breaks". I've come to depend on Qbserve. It is the first time tracking tool that actually works for me. Tomato timers, daily planners, dedicated "work only" areas -- none of these work for me. I used to constantly worry if I put in enough effort on a given day. With Qbserve I don't need to worry because I can trust its precise measurements and reminders. I'm a software engineer so often its hard for me to measure productivity on work items, and I used to constantly worry if I was getting enough done. Instead, I rely on putting enough hours in per day or week to measure my productivity.
Nachteile: The name. It's hard to say out loud. "Que-b-serve"? It's hard to tell people about because I have to spell it out in order for them to google it correctly. It's like "observe but the O is a Q" is the best I can do but they don't remember. Single platform. I work across macOS, Linux, and Windows. I really really really wish I had a unified way of tracking time. Stitching together data from several tools is painful. And I have yet to find a tool that works as well as Qbserve.