If there is one thing that we’ve learned since launching Timely, it’s that the more often you log hours, the more accurate the time becomes. Obvious stuff, I know. But when so many of us log hours once a month or once a week, there’s a real problem.
One of the biggest reasons for it is that for most of us logging hours is something we need to do, not something we want to do. That makes the cognitive load pretty big for doing the task. It’s easy to just let it go.
So we’ve been testing a new daily notification, which some of you have gotten. Today we’re now rolling it out to everyone. It’s really simple and you’re in complete control;
On the days you choose (e.g. Monday to Friday) at a time you specifiy (e.g. 17:00) you’ll get a notification asking you to log hours if you haven’t done so that day. If you have already added hours, you’ll not get any notifications.
You can edit these settings on the Notifications page inside of Timely. We hope you like it.
June has been a pretty special month. We’ve just closed a mammoth funding round and landed new G2 awards. Neither could have happened without your ongoing support, feedback, and faith. From the entire Timely team: thank you!! 🙏🏼
The wait is over! You can now connect Timely with QuickBooks Online for accurate, effortless invoicing. As your most-requested feature we can’t wait to hear what you make of it! We’ve also snuck in some extra goodies this month, including a refreshed version of “planned time” from your Hours page.
Check out your latest Timely nuggets — including a brand new Zapier integration, increased tag customization, and UI optimizations to make automatic time tracking even more of a doddle. A HUGE “Thank you” from the whole team for helping us win a further 14 awards from G2 Crowd!