We’re excited to announce that we have released the first time tracking tab for Microsoft Teams. Track your time, stay on top of your projects, see what your team is working on and much more –– all without ever leaving your Teams workspace.
From freelancers working in web design, photography and marketing to large corporations that rely on our platform for transparent billing and payroll: TrackingTime helps thousands of teams around the world, big and small, to make every minute of their time count. When we launched TrackingTime almost eight years ago now, we set out on a mission to reinvent time tracking software. Our goal was to build the most simple and elegant product to help businesses efficiently manage their most valuable resource: time. Since then, we have provided our customers with a wide range of desktop and mobile apps and integrated our product with more than 35 online services that business teams love and rely on everyday.
Today, we’re thrilled to announce that we’re adding an amazing new product to the list: the TrackingTime Tab for Microsoft Teams. “The integrations our ecosystem partners are creating for the Microsoft Teams platform, built on Office 365, enhance the overall experience we’re delivering to our users,” said Bhrighu Sareen, General Manager for Microsoft Teams at Microsoft Corp.
Time Tracking in Microsoft Teams
With this seamless integration, business teams of any size can not only track their time but also view what their colleagues are currently working on, get an overview of their projects and open tasks and many more –– all this without ever leaving their Teams workspace. This will make time tracking easier than ever before.
“Unlike most of our competitors who view time tracking as a billing or accounting process, we’ve focused on improving business transparency and productivity from day one”, said Eric Tulle, co-founder and CEO, TrackingTime.“We’re especially excited about releasing this Microsoft team integration empowering teams everywhere to bring their productivity to the next level”.