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Clockify logo
4.7
4.7K

Time tracking for unlimited users and better productivity

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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.7
    Ease of use
    4.7
    Features
    4.6
    Customer support
    4.6
Pros and Cons from Clockify users   
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+15
Ease of use is great, exporting weekly and monthly time sheets is great. Invoicing and tracking of billable hours is also great.
The only thing I don't like about the software is its tendency to "stall out. Occasionally, perhaps twice in a full day of use, I will try to stop a line of time-tracking and receive an error.
Clockify is easy to use, inexpensive, and is simple set up. It has a robust API and also provides a lot of great reports that you can customize to be as granular as you'd like.
Other tools have become problematic in the past, but it's hard to miss the on/off switch with Clockify.
Simple but very useful, for teamwork, monitoring the time of each task and each employee is excellent ... it helps the team and myself in my organization of the day.
It can be glitchy when the internet connection is weak, requiring you to log back in.
I recommend this for the staff who work for me so they can ensure they're accounting for their correct number of hours worked. Have had a great experience with it so far.
Takes time to generate some specific report. Integration with other applications sometimes is restricted.
Especially I like this for its excellent dashboard interface. Simple and best for everyone.
Deployment was a breeze, documentation on their website is excellent, and customer service has been good.
Not only was I able to check it out again, I decided to become a paying member because of the great customer support I received. The app itself is great.
The interface is very easy to use, the app provides integrations with multiple devices and it gives great graphs for you to analyse. It's a great app for sure.
The best part about this is the ease of access and the fact that it is free to use.
Overall, I am very happy with the software and I highly recommend it to people who want to time track their projects.
We had a fantastic experience using Clockify and would wholeheartedly recommend it to teams that require time tracking.
I can see how much time I have spent on projects and use this to bill clients accordingly without worrying about losing money.
The time tracker is great, is really useful and easy to use. It allows you to change the time and description even after submitting a new record.
Seamless experience on desktop, web and mobile. Fair price structure (I've been on free for 2 years with my startup).
Ease of use is great, exporting weekly and monthly time sheets is great. Invoicing and tracking of billable hours is also great.
The only thing I don't like about the software is its tendency to "stall out. Occasionally, perhaps twice in a full day of use, I will try to stop a line of time-tracking and receive an error.
Clockify is easy to use, inexpensive, and is simple set up. It has a robust API and also provides a lot of great reports that you can customize to be as granular as you'd like.
Other tools have become problematic in the past, but it's hard to miss the on/off switch with Clockify.
Simple but very useful, for teamwork, monitoring the time of each task and each employee is excellent ... it helps the team and myself in my organization of the day.
It can be glitchy when the internet connection is weak, requiring you to log back in.
I recommend this for the staff who work for me so they can ensure they're accounting for their correct number of hours worked. Have had a great experience with it so far.
Takes time to generate some specific report. Integration with other applications sometimes is restricted.
Especially I like this for its excellent dashboard interface. Simple and best for everyone.
Deployment was a breeze, documentation on their website is excellent, and customer service has been good.
Not only was I able to check it out again, I decided to become a paying member because of the great customer support I received. The app itself is great.
The interface is very easy to use, the app provides integrations with multiple devices and it gives great graphs for you to analyse. It's a great app for sure.
The best part about this is the ease of access and the fact that it is free to use.
Overall, I am very happy with the software and I highly recommend it to people who want to time track their projects.
We had a fantastic experience using Clockify and would wholeheartedly recommend it to teams that require time tracking.
I can see how much time I have spent on projects and use this to bill clients accordingly without worrying about losing money.
The time tracker is great, is really useful and easy to use. It allows you to change the time and description even after submitting a new record.
Seamless experience on desktop, web and mobile. Fair price structure (I've been on free for 2 years with my startup).
Ease of use is great, exporting weekly and monthly time sheets is great. Invoicing and tracking of billable hours is also great.
The only thing I don't like about the software is its tendency to "stall out. Occasionally, perhaps twice in a full day of use, I will try to stop a line of time-tracking and receive an error.
Clockify is easy to use, inexpensive, and is simple set up. It has a robust API and also provides a lot of great reports that you can customize to be as granular as you'd like.
Other tools have become problematic in the past, but it's hard to miss the on/off switch with Clockify.
Simple but very useful, for teamwork, monitoring the time of each task and each employee is excellent ... it helps the team and myself in my organization of the day.
It can be glitchy when the internet connection is weak, requiring you to log back in.
I recommend this for the staff who work for me so they can ensure they're accounting for their correct number of hours worked. Have had a great experience with it so far.
Takes time to generate some specific report. Integration with other applications sometimes is restricted.
Especially I like this for its excellent dashboard interface. Simple and best for everyone.
Deployment was a breeze, documentation on their website is excellent, and customer service has been good.
Not only was I able to check it out again, I decided to become a paying member because of the great customer support I received. The app itself is great.
The interface is very easy to use, the app provides integrations with multiple devices and it gives great graphs for you to analyse. It's a great app for sure.
The best part about this is the ease of access and the fact that it is free to use.
Overall, I am very happy with the software and I highly recommend it to people who want to time track their projects.
We had a fantastic experience using Clockify and would wholeheartedly recommend it to teams that require time tracking.
I can see how much time I have spent on projects and use this to bill clients accordingly without worrying about losing money.
The time tracker is great, is really useful and easy to use. It allows you to change the time and description even after submitting a new record.
Seamless experience on desktop, web and mobile. Fair price structure (I've been on free for 2 years with my startup).
Google Calendar logo
4.8
3.1K

Web-based time management & calendar application

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.8
    Ease of use
    4.8
    Features
    4.7
    Customer support
    4.4
Pros and Cons from Google Calendar users   
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+15
Overall for someone who is always multitasking like me, Google Calendar is a lifesaver and it helps me to manage my routine and time more effectively.
I can not find any disadvantage to using Google Calendar, literally no disadvantage whatsoever.
It's very flexible and has an amazing user experience. Google keeps improving it with useful features like common event presets like Meditation, gym, etc.
What is a little bad about the google calendar product, is that the application crashes and does not mark the event as a reminder on the agenda of all participants.
Over all it is a good product. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good calender.
The lack of integration with Microsoft calendar annoys me. I use it because it's free.
I love that I can invite people to certain events, and share certain events so that people know where I will be. It is one of my favorite tools of all time.
I have a lot of different things going on from day to day and I am horrible at keeping track of anything.
I love how my computer, iPad, and phone have my Google Calendar on there. The syncing is very seamless and it helps me keep track of all meetings and events.
I love the integrations with other software like Zoom, Slack. It's a basic calendar app that has nice features to see other people's schedule, organize and schedule meetings.
I love this software because of ease of use and simplicity in general. I can share my calendar with my family and everyone is informed about my plans.
Google Calendar is a great tool to use in education to help set deadlines and due dates for my students. This helps build responsible learners and young adults.
Its easy to customize for repeating events, and alerts can be customized to tailor to your preferences. Its good overall, great integrations with google hangouts.
I like the intuitive user interface and ease of use. The ability to trigger reminders and easily set up events is great too.
Overall this program is super easy to learn and use and for it being a free program it was well worth the money.
Overall, Google calendar is a good software. Free of cost, well organized.
It’s been good and very helpful in staying organized and on task. I wish customer service would be easier to access to talk to a live person.
I like that you can create several calendars for different purposes. I created customer support calendar on Google Calendar while my personal calendar is not messed up.
Overall for someone who is always multitasking like me, Google Calendar is a lifesaver and it helps me to manage my routine and time more effectively.
I can not find any disadvantage to using Google Calendar, literally no disadvantage whatsoever.
It's very flexible and has an amazing user experience. Google keeps improving it with useful features like common event presets like Meditation, gym, etc.
What is a little bad about the google calendar product, is that the application crashes and does not mark the event as a reminder on the agenda of all participants.
Over all it is a good product. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good calender.
The lack of integration with Microsoft calendar annoys me. I use it because it's free.
I love that I can invite people to certain events, and share certain events so that people know where I will be. It is one of my favorite tools of all time.
I have a lot of different things going on from day to day and I am horrible at keeping track of anything.
I love how my computer, iPad, and phone have my Google Calendar on there. The syncing is very seamless and it helps me keep track of all meetings and events.
I love the integrations with other software like Zoom, Slack. It's a basic calendar app that has nice features to see other people's schedule, organize and schedule meetings.
I love this software because of ease of use and simplicity in general. I can share my calendar with my family and everyone is informed about my plans.
Google Calendar is a great tool to use in education to help set deadlines and due dates for my students. This helps build responsible learners and young adults.
Its easy to customize for repeating events, and alerts can be customized to tailor to your preferences. Its good overall, great integrations with google hangouts.
I like the intuitive user interface and ease of use. The ability to trigger reminders and easily set up events is great too.
Overall this program is super easy to learn and use and for it being a free program it was well worth the money.
Overall, Google calendar is a good software. Free of cost, well organized.
It’s been good and very helpful in staying organized and on task. I wish customer service would be easier to access to talk to a live person.
I like that you can create several calendars for different purposes. I created customer support calendar on Google Calendar while my personal calendar is not messed up.
Overall for someone who is always multitasking like me, Google Calendar is a lifesaver and it helps me to manage my routine and time more effectively.
I can not find any disadvantage to using Google Calendar, literally no disadvantage whatsoever.
It's very flexible and has an amazing user experience. Google keeps improving it with useful features like common event presets like Meditation, gym, etc.
What is a little bad about the google calendar product, is that the application crashes and does not mark the event as a reminder on the agenda of all participants.
Over all it is a good product. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good calender.
The lack of integration with Microsoft calendar annoys me. I use it because it's free.
I love that I can invite people to certain events, and share certain events so that people know where I will be. It is one of my favorite tools of all time.
I have a lot of different things going on from day to day and I am horrible at keeping track of anything.
I love how my computer, iPad, and phone have my Google Calendar on there. The syncing is very seamless and it helps me keep track of all meetings and events.
I love the integrations with other software like Zoom, Slack. It's a basic calendar app that has nice features to see other people's schedule, organize and schedule meetings.
I love this software because of ease of use and simplicity in general. I can share my calendar with my family and everyone is informed about my plans.
Google Calendar is a great tool to use in education to help set deadlines and due dates for my students. This helps build responsible learners and young adults.
Its easy to customize for repeating events, and alerts can be customized to tailor to your preferences. Its good overall, great integrations with google hangouts.
I like the intuitive user interface and ease of use. The ability to trigger reminders and easily set up events is great too.
Overall this program is super easy to learn and use and for it being a free program it was well worth the money.
Overall, Google calendar is a good software. Free of cost, well organized.
It’s been good and very helpful in staying organized and on task. I wish customer service would be easier to access to talk to a live person.
I like that you can create several calendars for different purposes. I created customer support calendar on Google Calendar while my personal calendar is not messed up.
Wrike logo
4.3
2.5K

Manage your projects from start to finish with Wrike

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.1
    Ease of use
    4.1
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    4.3
Pros and Cons from Wrike users   
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+15
The benefit of having all in one place is a great promise. And helps a lot that the entire team is using one single place for all organizational stuff.
It also makes the relevant conversations and files more difficult to track down, since they might be lost in any of these subtasks.
I also love that they added a free plan for people to try out the platform before committing. But what I love the most is the new templates feature.
There are countless examples of this annoying aspect.
Good for managing high level projects and milestones. Gantt charts help visualize progress and keep our teams on top of their work.
Who knows that I did not use the service, because there are access logs, and still maintain the unauthorized charges.
Super easy to use from the non-creative/briefer side and I hear the same from the creative side. Easy to see version histories and follow up with edits.
For a private venture, this is the main problem in my view. This is likewise the situation for extra highlights, a considerable lot of which are just utilized by Admin yet are invoiced for each seat.
Logging the bugs was very easy and I liked how I got automated messages back when the dev team took care of my tickets so I could keep up with progress.
If you have someone who is super organized and sets a good example for what to put in each task, it can go a long way. It makes a manageable and organized to-do list for everyone in your org.
A great project management tool, with lots of features and a great interface.
The support staff was very pleased, who, when using Wrike, helped us quickly configure the interface and create an individual and appropriate workflow for my team.
The thing that I like most about this software is that it is pretty easy to use and set up for projects.
It has excellent integration with Apple operating systems, both with Mac and iPhone, which allows us to be connected at all times.
I've use ripe software for over 5 years collaborated on multiple projects with multiple end users and vendors and can only say that is phenomenal software with a very good price in the market.
Overall, I think it is a solid tool. I have heard from champions that it is costly, and that most integrations come at an incremental additional cost.
Very complete project management tool. I like the direct integration with the calendar, which ensures everyone is aligned on the relevant tasks.
Looks amazing, hard to use in practice, with unresponsive community support.
The benefit of having all in one place is a great promise. And helps a lot that the entire team is using one single place for all organizational stuff.
It also makes the relevant conversations and files more difficult to track down, since they might be lost in any of these subtasks.
I also love that they added a free plan for people to try out the platform before committing. But what I love the most is the new templates feature.
There are countless examples of this annoying aspect.
Good for managing high level projects and milestones. Gantt charts help visualize progress and keep our teams on top of their work.
Who knows that I did not use the service, because there are access logs, and still maintain the unauthorized charges.
Super easy to use from the non-creative/briefer side and I hear the same from the creative side. Easy to see version histories and follow up with edits.
For a private venture, this is the main problem in my view. This is likewise the situation for extra highlights, a considerable lot of which are just utilized by Admin yet are invoiced for each seat.
Logging the bugs was very easy and I liked how I got automated messages back when the dev team took care of my tickets so I could keep up with progress.
If you have someone who is super organized and sets a good example for what to put in each task, it can go a long way. It makes a manageable and organized to-do list for everyone in your org.
A great project management tool, with lots of features and a great interface.
The support staff was very pleased, who, when using Wrike, helped us quickly configure the interface and create an individual and appropriate workflow for my team.
The thing that I like most about this software is that it is pretty easy to use and set up for projects.
It has excellent integration with Apple operating systems, both with Mac and iPhone, which allows us to be connected at all times.
I've use ripe software for over 5 years collaborated on multiple projects with multiple end users and vendors and can only say that is phenomenal software with a very good price in the market.
Overall, I think it is a solid tool. I have heard from champions that it is costly, and that most integrations come at an incremental additional cost.
Very complete project management tool. I like the direct integration with the calendar, which ensures everyone is aligned on the relevant tasks.
Looks amazing, hard to use in practice, with unresponsive community support.
The benefit of having all in one place is a great promise. And helps a lot that the entire team is using one single place for all organizational stuff.
It also makes the relevant conversations and files more difficult to track down, since they might be lost in any of these subtasks.
I also love that they added a free plan for people to try out the platform before committing. But what I love the most is the new templates feature.
There are countless examples of this annoying aspect.
Good for managing high level projects and milestones. Gantt charts help visualize progress and keep our teams on top of their work.
Who knows that I did not use the service, because there are access logs, and still maintain the unauthorized charges.
Super easy to use from the non-creative/briefer side and I hear the same from the creative side. Easy to see version histories and follow up with edits.
For a private venture, this is the main problem in my view. This is likewise the situation for extra highlights, a considerable lot of which are just utilized by Admin yet are invoiced for each seat.
Logging the bugs was very easy and I liked how I got automated messages back when the dev team took care of my tickets so I could keep up with progress.
If you have someone who is super organized and sets a good example for what to put in each task, it can go a long way. It makes a manageable and organized to-do list for everyone in your org.
A great project management tool, with lots of features and a great interface.
The support staff was very pleased, who, when using Wrike, helped us quickly configure the interface and create an individual and appropriate workflow for my team.
The thing that I like most about this software is that it is pretty easy to use and set up for projects.
It has excellent integration with Apple operating systems, both with Mac and iPhone, which allows us to be connected at all times.
I've use ripe software for over 5 years collaborated on multiple projects with multiple end users and vendors and can only say that is phenomenal software with a very good price in the market.
Overall, I think it is a solid tool. I have heard from champions that it is costly, and that most integrations come at an incremental additional cost.
Very complete project management tool. I like the direct integration with the calendar, which ensures everyone is aligned on the relevant tasks.
Looks amazing, hard to use in practice, with unresponsive community support.
Float logo
4.5
1.5K

Resource planning for agencies, studios and firms.

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.4
    Ease of use
    4.5
    Features
    4.2
    Customer support
    4.5
Pros and Cons from Float users   
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+15
Brilliant solution to allow me to manage my project resources and monitor their weekly/monthly/quarterly allocation with good reporting.
I get very disoriented scroll in two dimensions through the enormous grid, it can be confusing search through such a large spread of information.
Float is super easy to use and is a perfect fit for what I use it for, which is mostly planning resources and allocating tasks for high collaboration digital projects.
Only downside is that I'm unable to brand it up a bit with our company logo's/colours.
Quick and responsive interface with easy filtering. All of these are great improvments form our previus solution.
It's annoying when trying to put half day tasks. Sometimes the cursor from neutral turns into cursor of completion or deletion without warning.
Way better than any 'to do' software I have tried in the past. The reports visualisation is fantastic too, and is something I'm only just discovering.
Our office had trouble putting in PTO at first; it only worked after I created a custom time-off category, and only then was it available for the rest of the team.
In solving time management and being able to get a good feel of how much time is dedicated to each project, Float has been great. The interface is uncomplicated and easy to understand.
I am using float for almost 2 years not and I am in love with it. It made my life easy when I am working on multiple projects with easy navigation, clean design and easy to understand interface.
Float is super user friendly, very customisable and always reliable. It's our best planning tool we use.
It joins together to do list and schedule, which is really nice to save time. And also very useful to see what colleagues are working on and if they're available.
I have been able to schedule absolutely everything I need to do for the month and what's great is that I get an email reminding me of what's next to do. The support team has been great.
Ease of use and surprisingly robust for the cost. Two features that stick out are the search/filter abilities and the reporting feature.
Ease of use; strong visual graphics that illustrate essential information; good value for the money.
My supervisor set up the software for our division and it has been a huge help. He said the customer support was very helpful in assisting him with specific requests on various features.
The integration in our existing business was easy and helpful to keep track of everyone's task. In that end we had the chance to reorganize if needed.
High Performance, good Usability, E-Mail Notifications, Project Integration to Teamwork.com.
Brilliant solution to allow me to manage my project resources and monitor their weekly/monthly/quarterly allocation with good reporting.
I get very disoriented scroll in two dimensions through the enormous grid, it can be confusing search through such a large spread of information.
Float is super easy to use and is a perfect fit for what I use it for, which is mostly planning resources and allocating tasks for high collaboration digital projects.
Only downside is that I'm unable to brand it up a bit with our company logo's/colours.
Quick and responsive interface with easy filtering. All of these are great improvments form our previus solution.
It's annoying when trying to put half day tasks. Sometimes the cursor from neutral turns into cursor of completion or deletion without warning.
Way better than any 'to do' software I have tried in the past. The reports visualisation is fantastic too, and is something I'm only just discovering.
Our office had trouble putting in PTO at first; it only worked after I created a custom time-off category, and only then was it available for the rest of the team.
In solving time management and being able to get a good feel of how much time is dedicated to each project, Float has been great. The interface is uncomplicated and easy to understand.
I am using float for almost 2 years not and I am in love with it. It made my life easy when I am working on multiple projects with easy navigation, clean design and easy to understand interface.
Float is super user friendly, very customisable and always reliable. It's our best planning tool we use.
It joins together to do list and schedule, which is really nice to save time. And also very useful to see what colleagues are working on and if they're available.
I have been able to schedule absolutely everything I need to do for the month and what's great is that I get an email reminding me of what's next to do. The support team has been great.
Ease of use and surprisingly robust for the cost. Two features that stick out are the search/filter abilities and the reporting feature.
Ease of use; strong visual graphics that illustrate essential information; good value for the money.
My supervisor set up the software for our division and it has been a huge help. He said the customer support was very helpful in assisting him with specific requests on various features.
The integration in our existing business was easy and helpful to keep track of everyone's task. In that end we had the chance to reorganize if needed.
High Performance, good Usability, E-Mail Notifications, Project Integration to Teamwork.com.
Brilliant solution to allow me to manage my project resources and monitor their weekly/monthly/quarterly allocation with good reporting.
I get very disoriented scroll in two dimensions through the enormous grid, it can be confusing search through such a large spread of information.
Float is super easy to use and is a perfect fit for what I use it for, which is mostly planning resources and allocating tasks for high collaboration digital projects.
Only downside is that I'm unable to brand it up a bit with our company logo's/colours.
Quick and responsive interface with easy filtering. All of these are great improvments form our previus solution.
It's annoying when trying to put half day tasks. Sometimes the cursor from neutral turns into cursor of completion or deletion without warning.
Way better than any 'to do' software I have tried in the past. The reports visualisation is fantastic too, and is something I'm only just discovering.
Our office had trouble putting in PTO at first; it only worked after I created a custom time-off category, and only then was it available for the rest of the team.
In solving time management and being able to get a good feel of how much time is dedicated to each project, Float has been great. The interface is uncomplicated and easy to understand.
I am using float for almost 2 years not and I am in love with it. It made my life easy when I am working on multiple projects with easy navigation, clean design and easy to understand interface.
Float is super user friendly, very customisable and always reliable. It's our best planning tool we use.
It joins together to do list and schedule, which is really nice to save time. And also very useful to see what colleagues are working on and if they're available.
I have been able to schedule absolutely everything I need to do for the month and what's great is that I get an email reminding me of what's next to do. The support team has been great.
Ease of use and surprisingly robust for the cost. Two features that stick out are the search/filter abilities and the reporting feature.
Ease of use; strong visual graphics that illustrate essential information; good value for the money.
My supervisor set up the software for our division and it has been a huge help. He said the customer support was very helpful in assisting him with specific requests on various features.
The integration in our existing business was easy and helpful to keep track of everyone's task. In that end we had the chance to reorganize if needed.
High Performance, good Usability, E-Mail Notifications, Project Integration to Teamwork.com.
HoneyBook logo
4.8
598

Client management for freelancers & SMBs

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.7
    Ease of use
    4.6
    Features
    4.6
    Customer support
    4.7
Pros and Cons from HoneyBook users   
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+15
Honeybook is an amazing software because it allows me to organize and keep track of all my bookings and projects in a nice, clean manner.
I hate myself for not trusting Honeybook sooner. So much grief and agonizing over my "DIY contract & invoicing system" so many wasted hours and sleepless nights.
I am also a big fan of most all of the templates that they provide for you to help set your business up for success.
Buggy, intermittent problems coupled with poor tech suport.
I love being able to manage contracts, invoices, proposals, bookkeeping, and client communication all in the same platform. The concierge service is fantastic as well.
I also with it would sync directly to ical. I hate having to make it use google becuase if google runs out of space it doesnt tell me and then i have a calendar issue.
I really appreciated how proactive they were to help me when I first joined. I just wish I had taken them up on their help.
I found it confusing to set up and everything I made never looked right.
Ease of use, functionality is amazing, it’s intuitive, has awesome integrations.
I like that this product automates my business process and gives me options to make my processes more seamless. It also helps provide me with a professional look and feel for my business.
But HoneyBook helps me keep all my inquiries, pricing packages, contracts, email templates, and payment details in one place and has been a lifesaver for me.
I love love love the proposal feature and how everything is integrated.
Their customer service team cares and goes the extra mile to not only help you in any way they can, but they truly consider ways to improve and make their customers’ lives easier.
I love HoneyBook because it's easy to use and if I can't figure something out, I can easily ask. The customer service and care is golden.
Very user friendly, they offer so much. I love being able to track my expenses and schedule clients.
Absolutely love the interface, setup and ease of use of HoneyBook.
The ease, the aesthetic, the customer service, AND the ability to project manage for my clients all in one space, including invoicing and bookkeeping.
I love that my pricing guide, invoicing, questionnaires, and contracts all come from the same source and are organized for me.
Honeybook is an amazing software because it allows me to organize and keep track of all my bookings and projects in a nice, clean manner.
I hate myself for not trusting Honeybook sooner. So much grief and agonizing over my "DIY contract & invoicing system" so many wasted hours and sleepless nights.
I am also a big fan of most all of the templates that they provide for you to help set your business up for success.
Buggy, intermittent problems coupled with poor tech suport.
I love being able to manage contracts, invoices, proposals, bookkeeping, and client communication all in the same platform. The concierge service is fantastic as well.
I also with it would sync directly to ical. I hate having to make it use google becuase if google runs out of space it doesnt tell me and then i have a calendar issue.
I really appreciated how proactive they were to help me when I first joined. I just wish I had taken them up on their help.
I found it confusing to set up and everything I made never looked right.
Ease of use, functionality is amazing, it’s intuitive, has awesome integrations.
I like that this product automates my business process and gives me options to make my processes more seamless. It also helps provide me with a professional look and feel for my business.
But HoneyBook helps me keep all my inquiries, pricing packages, contracts, email templates, and payment details in one place and has been a lifesaver for me.
I love love love the proposal feature and how everything is integrated.
Their customer service team cares and goes the extra mile to not only help you in any way they can, but they truly consider ways to improve and make their customers’ lives easier.
I love HoneyBook because it's easy to use and if I can't figure something out, I can easily ask. The customer service and care is golden.
Very user friendly, they offer so much. I love being able to track my expenses and schedule clients.
Absolutely love the interface, setup and ease of use of HoneyBook.
The ease, the aesthetic, the customer service, AND the ability to project manage for my clients all in one space, including invoicing and bookkeeping.
I love that my pricing guide, invoicing, questionnaires, and contracts all come from the same source and are organized for me.
Honeybook is an amazing software because it allows me to organize and keep track of all my bookings and projects in a nice, clean manner.
I hate myself for not trusting Honeybook sooner. So much grief and agonizing over my "DIY contract & invoicing system" so many wasted hours and sleepless nights.
I am also a big fan of most all of the templates that they provide for you to help set your business up for success.
Buggy, intermittent problems coupled with poor tech suport.
I love being able to manage contracts, invoices, proposals, bookkeeping, and client communication all in the same platform. The concierge service is fantastic as well.
I also with it would sync directly to ical. I hate having to make it use google becuase if google runs out of space it doesnt tell me and then i have a calendar issue.
I really appreciated how proactive they were to help me when I first joined. I just wish I had taken them up on their help.
I found it confusing to set up and everything I made never looked right.
Ease of use, functionality is amazing, it’s intuitive, has awesome integrations.
I like that this product automates my business process and gives me options to make my processes more seamless. It also helps provide me with a professional look and feel for my business.
But HoneyBook helps me keep all my inquiries, pricing packages, contracts, email templates, and payment details in one place and has been a lifesaver for me.
I love love love the proposal feature and how everything is integrated.
Their customer service team cares and goes the extra mile to not only help you in any way they can, but they truly consider ways to improve and make their customers’ lives easier.
I love HoneyBook because it's easy to use and if I can't figure something out, I can easily ask. The customer service and care is golden.
Very user friendly, they offer so much. I love being able to track my expenses and schedule clients.
Absolutely love the interface, setup and ease of use of HoneyBook.
The ease, the aesthetic, the customer service, AND the ability to project manage for my clients all in one space, including invoicing and bookkeeping.
I love that my pricing guide, invoicing, questionnaires, and contracts all come from the same source and are organized for me.
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Online time tracking, invoicing & project reporting

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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.2
    Ease of use
    4.6
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    4.4
Pros and Cons from Harvest users   
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Loved it for while it lasted, they offer generous discounts and amazing customer service when needed.
Sometimes i make a mistake and put 2.5, which is wrong because it means 2hours 50 minutes. I also don't know how it kept inputting off decimal numbers.
I recently started using Harvest and I love it. I love that it just shows up on the top on my Macbook so I can easily add time without going on the website.
It is a pain to use if you have little random projects that come up frequently because they then have to be separately added to Harvest as their own job by the project manager.
Customer support is amazing. I really love this software, and will continue to use it indefinitely.
Notifications can't be configured for a project and time off, missing advances features such as billing.
It's quite robust too, so as you grow Harvest is extremely well positioned to grow with you. The ability to track hours for projects or tasks is extremely helpful for those non-total-project invoices.
We were having trouble keeping track of jobs for screen printing from start to finish.