If you are a freelancer, it is important that you keep track of your own time and productive activities, yet you don’t want to spend all day tracking time. In a previous post, I wrote about an app that I use to track what I do all day: RescueTime, an online app that is also available on iOS, Android, and Kindle. Make sure to read my previous post to learn about all of the great features of RescueTime.
Just a few days ago, however, I discovered a wonderful and extremely useful feature of RescueTime that is available to premium users of the app: the ability to manually add highlights of each captured time and space during your day by writing a sentence or two about what you were doing.
Find out how RescueTime can help you track and save time every day by following this link.
In addition to tracking every website and app you visit or use during the day, RescueTime also tracks every website and app you visit or use during the day on all of your devices. If you do a lot of writing on software like Word or Pages, RescueTime doesn’t always list the actual document you’re working on, but it is easy enough for you to record that information manually.
Previously, I was trying to keep track of my “daily work journal” either manually in my Ecosystem notebook, or digitally on my Google calendar or my DayOne journaling app. However, now I can keep all of those notes in RescueTime along with an overview of how productive I was each day. I love it.
Learn more about out how RescueTime by following this link.