App for logging time off the computer like meetings, webex, conferences, calls. All this should be as easy as using ManicTime on the desktop and also add this time to the computer app automatically.
Bjarne Dein commented
It would be extremely awesome if the new "screen time" in iOS items (iPhone, iPads and what not) could be picked up and send to ManicTime.
Also previously there was the "Moves" app, which is now retired, but new awesome apps like "Arc" (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/arc-app-location-activity/id1063151918) and "Gyroscope" (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/gyroscope/id1104085053) has popped up.
I use them both, and they are quite good both of them, but I personal prefer the "Arc" app
A stop watch timer that can sync to Manic Time would be great (for meetings or travel) when PC isn't required. And could be used for calls duration meybe?
Greg Finlayson commented
regrettable that our corp iphones can't input their manictime time
Alexander Boelen commented
There is a part-solution for this... I use the Moves App on my iPhone. This app tracks my whereabouts and the resulting (online) data can be read using a plugin in ManicTime. For me the additional info on my whereabouts is sufficient. I can see when I was on the road, went out for a walk, by bike or had a meeting at a certain location. With the rules I add relevant parts of this info to the auto-timeline. Thus I can add certain locations to a specific client’s record. When needed you can add more detailed info (like being in a conference room, a normal office space or whatever, Moves has an accuracy of approximately 50 mtrs in pinning the location of the device) to the Moves App and this will be visible in the ManicTime Timeline.
Jon Ducker commented
just being able to add tags to the timeline from an iphone app which is designed for mobile size screen would be very useful. All our company phones are iphones.
iPad time tracking & time I switched to an app, etc.
John Tchong commented
Admin says: there is no way of getting to phone calls or messages on the iphone (at least to my knowledge). Try iExplorer.
Ken Polleck commented
I often want to look back at my history, so even just an iOS device display (read-only) app would be nice. Are there ways to extract the data from the Desktop Version database that could be used to render a display?
On the iphone I think stopwatch and some gps based tracking is as far as it can go. iOs is pretty closed, there is no way of getting to phone calls or messages on the iphone (at least to my knowledge)
Justin Erickson commented
I would like the app to track text messages as well as phone calls. GPS could be handy too, real handy if it kept track of driving and allow me to automatically create a mileage report.