Matterform Media (http://www.matterform.com) has updated Time Tagger,
a time-tracking program for the Mac that introduces a new tag-based
interface, to version 1.2. The upgrade includes tools for keeping the
tag space tidy and new keyboard navigation that lets you turn tags on
and off without touching the mouse.
Time Tagger 1.2 also fixes some bugs in the Reports window.
Additionally, it provides several other new features and improvements.
Rather than setting up projects and clients and timers, users simply
click tags on and off in the Time Tagger window to track their time.
Time Tagger requires OS X 10.4 or later. A free demo can be
downloaded at the Matterform web site. Time Tagger licenses are
available for a special introductory price of US$18.95. However,
version 1.2 is a free update for registered users.
The main Time Tagger window features a large field of text snippets,
or tags, which users can click on and off to describe the work they
are doing at any moment. Custom tags can be created on the same
window. A reporting tool lets you generate time sheets for any set of
Time Tagger is currently a Mac-only product and runs natively on
Intel or PowerPC Macs. Matterform recommends Mac OS X 10.4 (“Tiger”)
or 10.5 (“Leopard”) for use with Time Tagger.