Together with the release of iOS 16.1, Tyme adopts the shiny new feature Apple has to offer: Live Activities. Any running timers are now live on your lock screen. So you always have an instant view on how long a timer is already running, what task is active and how many hours you've already worked on that day.
With this version and the release of iOS 16, Tyme has integrated widgets for the lock screen. You now have an overview of your current working hours and running timers right on the lock screen. Tapping the widgets also works as quick access into the app. The widgets always show your times live. So all it takes is a quick glance at your iPhone to see how long you've been working today.
With this update it is finally possible to write or use plugins for Tyme. Using plugins you can export data from Tyme in any form or feed Tyme with data from other sources. The list of plugins is constantly being expanded and improved. Just have a look at Tyme > Settings > Plugins. If you have an idea for a plugin or want to develop one yourself, check out the Tyme Plugins page and let us know.
Time tracking is an important part of the workflow. Hours need to be recorded correctly for projects and tasks, invoices need to be created from the recorded times or the data needs to be transferred to other programs.
That's why we are happy to announce that Tyme will support plugins that allow data flows into or out of Tyme starting with the next release.
For the start we will provide some plugins and also plan to integrate new ones on a regular basis. As always, suggestions and ideas are welcome.
For those interested in the technology, there is already documentation (still under construction) for the plugins: https://github.com/tyme-app/plugins.
We've rewritten the PDF exporter and made it much more flexible. As a first new type of PDFs, there is now a Project Report. The Project Report gives you a detailed overview of a projects spent time, revenue and budget.
As always, if you have an idea or a suggestion, drop us an email.
If you are happy with Tyme, please leave a review or give a rating. This way you can support us indie developers. Thank you!
Tyme now offers over 20 different actions for the Shortcuts app on macOS and iOS. Fully automate creating tasks, completing projects or exporting time tracking data using shortcuts.
Additionally, Tyme for Mac offers five different Shortcut triggers (Preferences > Integrations > Shortcut Triggers), that can launch a Shortcut when, for example, a timer is started or a task is completed.
🎁 The same shortcuts will be available for the Mac app as soon as macOS 12 Monterey is released.
We're currently extending Tyme's shortcuts. If you have an idea for an automation you'd love to have, drop us a mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's all about Big Sur:
A new day, a new bug. This update fixes an issue for older Apple Watches, that lead to a crash when opening the app. It also brings back the new statistics for the watch app that where hidden because of mysterious circumstances.
Hello iOS 14. Tyme now offers widgets for your home screen!
Finally you can enter non-working days like a vacation or sick days in Tyme. Share a vacation with your team, create absence days for your whole team or just create a vacation for yourself. Non-working days are displayed in the time entries and statistics. See instantly where you took a vacation and how many days of absence you have.
Along with the vacation feature, you can enable an additional new gap-chart in the time entries, that shows you when you work during the day. Gaps and missing times are instantly identifiable using this chart.
If you have any questions or a feature request, drop us a mail: email@example.com
Undo Support Tyme has now full undo (CMD+Z) support. Undo also works on iOS, so no matter where you accidentally deleted a project, stopped a timer or duplicated a whole year worth of data: Undo everything.
If we could we'd undo 2020, but just let's hope things will get better soon. Stay healthy!
Additional changes: Geofences for sub-tasks and as always: Polishing and bugfixes of smaller things…