Thursday, December 4, 2008

Klok Integration with Online TimeTracking services

I have had numerous requests for the ability to use Klok to track time against projects stored in 3rd party or homegrown systems. Because of this I have decided to prioritize that functionality.

This feature will allow you to use Klok as usual, even while not connected to the internet, and have the projects/time entries synchronized with the remote source. This will effectively allow you to use Klok in a team environment to track and report time.

As I am wrapping up the necessary infrastructure in order for this to work, I am going to set my sights on one of the many 3rd party systems that exist online. In order to make sure I am focusing on the most common ones first, I would like to ask for your opinion.

So far several people have mentioned FreshBooks and Get Harvest.

Due to the complexity and effort required to implement this, I expect to charge a small fee for this additional feature. If you don't need this feature, then the free Personal Edition of Klok will still be available.

So, if you have a suggestion regarding which one I should start with or a comment on the fact that this won't be free, join the discussion on the Klok user forum.

If you would like information regarding integration with a homegrown system, please contact me directly at rob [a] mcgraphix [dot] com.


Anonymous said...

Hey Rob,

Please let me know if you need any help with this. I'd love to make it happen. Shoot me an email: sunir splat

Sunir, Chief Handshaker, FreshBooks

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