TimeSheet is a cool little productivity tool for the Windows operating system. TimeSheet works by keeping track of all your time spent using applications on your computer. By keeping track of a user's time, TimeSheet allows its users to increase their overall productivity and decrease their level of procrastination.
Maintain a high level of productivity by keeping track of your time.
I absolutely love the idea behind TimeSheet. Let's be honest with each other for a minute. We all aren't the shining example of productivity or efficiency. At least to the degree that we would like. TimeSheet allows us to improve that tenfold by keeping track of our time spent in whatever applications we use on our computer. If you're a competitive person like me, then chances are you want to be the best and fastest at what you do in your field. In my case that would be typing and content creation.
TimeSheet has allowed me to look at my overall time spent using my content creation tools and improve in areas that I have been slow to perform in. After about a month of using this application, I have been able to shave hours of idle time out of my work hours. This has been amazing because I get my workload done about three hours earlier than I did before using TimeSheet. The application helped me identify my poor habits and held me accountable. I do a lot less walking away from tasks, daydreaming, and other little things that can slow down my workflow. I also think TimeSheet would be great for those that want to cut bad habits out of their computer use. For instance, if you want to cut down the number of hours you play video games, a timesheet can help. There are a ton of interesting things that TimeSheet can do, and I'd recommend it to anyone looking to improve themselves.