This week’s DF RSS feed was sponsored by Timing — an absolutely terrific time-tracking app for the Mac. Anyone with an even casual familiarity with my personal interests knows that I love truly native Mac apps. Timing is a home run — it is both great at time-tracking and great at being a Mac app.

The way it works is sublime. You still install it and let it run in the background. Timing automatically tracks which apps, documents, and websites you use — without start/stop timers. You can then assign things you’ve done to projects or clients after the fact. It’s a beautiful, intuitive interface and experience.

If you’re curious, last week’s DF columns took me a total of 4 hours 42 minutes to write — a little over three hours in MarsEdit and 90 minutes in BBEdit.

If you have any interest in tracking your time — whether for client work or simply to be aware of your productivity — you need to check out Timing. Download a free 14-day trial today and save 10 percent when you purchase Timing through Friday, 7 July.

Sunday, 2 July 2017