Wer nutzt diese Software?
Y-Productive is developed for digital workers: business owners, software developers and designers, marketing managers and any kind of self-employed or freelancers.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung59 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4 / 5
- Kundenservice 4.5 / 5
- Funktionen 4 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4 / 5
- Startpreis $7/Monat
- Preisinformationen Lifetime plan is available too.
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
Installiert - Mac
Installiert - Windows
Support währen der Geschäftszeiten
Angaben zum Hersteller
- Gegründet 2016
Y-Productive productivity management application helps to improve your focus on work.
It provides the real-time feedback about your efficiency and distractions to keep your work under control. Website blocker is included.
Using Y-Productive, you'll learn to balance your time and energy around daily priorities and save some for your leisure.
With a unique task-centered design you'll get only the essential data about the tasks and goals which have the impact on your work.
- Notizen verwalten
- Office Suite
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Y-Productive
Bewertet am 13.9.2018
Useful tool for measuring activity and planning and allocating time
Kommentare: I'm generally not a fan of 'productivity' tools - most don't work that well or they require too much time to manage. I purchased Y-Productive after using the demo version for a few days as it is a useful tool for measuring activity and that feeds into planning and allocating time to specific tasks and projects. For many users the key feature will be the 'Focus Mode' that stops you from going down the rabbit hole of distraction when you spend a lot of time in front of a connected computer, but for me it is a tool to give a reasonably accurate measure of time spent on specific tasks and projects so that in future planning and allocation of time can be more accurate and realistic. It's common for us all to underestimate the time that tasks will take; Y-Productive shows actual time expended. This can be fed back into future project plans giving more realistic timeframes and costs. Y-Productive is also good for spotting areas where efficiencies can be (or should be) introduced and to ensure that sufficient time is spent on important tasks that may not be urgent. A key factor in the purchasing decision was that customer support is responsive and suggestions do get fed back to the development team. Most 'productivity' tools get used for a few weeks before being abandoned, but Y-Productivity looks like it will be joining the select few that become an integral part of the working day and actually make a positive contribution to time management.
- Simple interface
- Does a good job of tracking activity
- Doesn't require much user intervention
- Nice visual reporting
- Takes a bit of time to classify productive/unproductive sites/apps
- A few tracked items aren't easily identifiable
- A few quirks in the UI
- Would be nice to track activity across desktop and laptop
Bewertet am 1.10.2018
Good time tracker with plenty of space for improving
Kommentare: I used Y-Productive for a couple of days to get a first-hand experience, and I liked it -- a quite. However, maybe I'm used to Timing, or indeed Y-Productive lacks some of the functionality I use every day, I felt it's not ready for me yet. Nevertheless, as I previously said, I liked what I saw, and I'm looking forward to giving it another drill once my Timing subscription ends.
Vorteile: Maybe the first thing you notice when you launch Y-Productive for the first time is the clean and beautiful interface. While some people may think it's 'a little too much clean,' the truth is that it fulfills its objective without flooding the screen with non-relevant information. I also absolutely love that developers underwent the effort to make the application run as a Chrome extension so even GNU+Linux users will have the chance to enjoy Y-Productive.
Nachteile: I'm currently using Timing.app, which excellent, and already paid for the annual subscription (not that I especially like this business model). Timing is also a more mature application, and you learn from the very first moment you run them both side by side. Said that, and judging from my experience with Y-Productive, I'm already considering switching to it once my current plan with Timing ends.