Developer: Leftshift Technologies Pvt Ltd
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 526.9 KB - Download
★★★ With MULTIPLE ACCOUNTS ★★★
Basetime is the simplest way to add time entries to Basecamp Classic. It not only allows you to view and update the time entries, it also allows you to connect to multiple basecamp accounts of both your company and your clients.
What's in Basetime?
★ Add / Edit time in Basecamp Classic
★ Connect to multiple accounts
★ View older time entries from all projects (including archived projects)
★ Works on Lion AND Mountain Lion Beta
★ Never forget to add time again
You need Basecamp Classic to track time. This feature has been removed from the new Basecamp which launched in March 2012. Usually if your account is of the format xxxx.basecamp.com, they you certainly don't have time tracking.
If you have any problems or have comments or suggestions for improving our app, please contact us at [email protected], call +91-9960980066, or find us at @basetime on Twitter and we will do our best to assist you. Your feedback is extremely important to us.
Connect with Basetime
Twitter : @basetime
Website : http://basetime.in
Email : [email protected]
☂ Did you notice that issue where when you entered 0:30 and on basecamp it showed up as 0.30 ? Thats fixed.
☂ We also realized that to mandate a leading 0 before :30 was unnecessary. So thats gone as well.
And thank you Zachary for reporting these bugs!
More Reviews for Current Version
Good function, limited features - I am trying this out to see if it makes it easier to keep up on my hours at work. It seems to function the way I think it could but I think there are some obvious areas for improvement. The "projects" field requires you to know what the project begins with for it to bring up search results, instead of searching the entire project title. Our projects are sorted by company and titles are dated, often using an acronym. This makes it difficult to use without the website. Also, this would be awesome as a toolbar menu app so it didn't always have to be open on my screen.