April 3, 2008 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Frankfort, Kentucky - Steven Riggs is proud to announce TimeTable 1.1, a major update to his time tracking and billing utility for Apple iCal. Why not use iCal for more than just scheduling? With TimeTable, users can view, analyze and total the hours recorded in their iCal calendars, offering an easy way to list the amount of hours scheduled. This makes it particularly suited for tracking and billing without keeping a second record outside of iCal.
TimeTable reads and filters iCal calendar data and then calculates the hours spent in the events. Find trends by searching the details of events and viewing the average, maximum and minimum times spent on projects. Events are edited and stored in iCal, and TimeTable reads the events directly from a calendar in real time based on the timeframe selected.
Once a timeframe is selected, TimeTable can export this data to email, text or comma separated values to use the results in other tools like, invoicing, time tracking or spreadsheet applications. Since TimeTable only reads iCal data, there is nothing to save or backup.
Standard features include:
* Viewing overall hour based totals and averages
* Viewing individual event details
* Search your results by Title, Notes or Location
Thanks to feedback from customers who helped shape this new release, version 1.1 is a significant update with many new features:
* Choose your fields and add custom headers and footers for Text, CSV and Mail exports
* Optionally calculate total cost by applying an hourly rate
* Customizable window, table columns and toolbar
* Open iCal events straight from timetable by double clicking
* Sorted calendar drop down
* Improved user interface
* Application preferences
* Exports not limited to results of search
* Apostrophe in calendar name causes crash
* & ? symbols in Send to Mail feature
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 2 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
* $15.00 USD for unlimited version
* Free demo version (demo does not allow exporting)
Steven Riggs is an independent software developer whose passion for the Mac platform is only exceeded by his aim to craft incredibly useful software, with a focus on total customer satisfaction. Based in Frankfort, Steven works as an analyst and programmer for the state of Kentucky. Copyright 2007-2008 Steven Riggs. All Rights Reserved. Apple, iCal, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.