Track Time Spent on Tasks
Some data is impossible to calculate on your own, so let Monitask do it for you.
To start monitoring, your employees will need to download the time tracking app for their operating system. Follow these step-by-step instructions to get them started.
Click "Invite your team" from the dashboard and add your team members’ email addresses. You can add an unlimited number of employees to your account.
Your team members will need to download the time-tracking app to their device. Once they have successfully downloaded it, they can launch the application and press the play button to begin tracking time.
Project management features allow you to assign projects to team members and review work hours associated with each project and task. To assure that this data is accurate, ask that your employees select the project they are working on from the dropdown menu in the application. They can even add comments if further detail is needed.
Use the live dashboard to review online employees, their time entries, their progress, screenshots, activity levels, and internet usage.
Monitask analyzes time and data across your company. After you use the software for several weeks, it generates comprehensive reports so that you can analyze and identify bottlenecks, productivity, and processes.
View live interactive dashboards with details on freelancers’ activity.
Keep your projects on track with automatically updated time tracking software.
Track, monitor, and get important insights using the screenshot taken during work hours. Review daily operations and identify work habits by checking what they have been working on.
Develop a better working environment by adding transparency to the way you manage your team
Determine how much time has been spent on each project to improve deadline expectations and measure scope.
Create detailed reports about the company's productivity, time spent on the arranged tasks, and apps and websites used at work.
There are several benefits to task tracking. A few include:
Monitask finds the data. What you do with it is up to you.