When you enable automatic tracking Timeular will automatically populate information regarding which apps and websites you've been using and show them in your Timeular Calendar view.
To get started navigate to
Settings > Automatic tracking and click the "App Context"
Please note: 🚨 The following applies only to macOS users 🚨
You'll need to allow Timeular accessibility access on your device. To do so open the macOS
System Settings app and navigate to
Privacy & Security > Accessibility and add the Timeular app and click the toggle switch to enable this access. Return to Timeular and click the "Next" button.
Now, as you spend time in different apps and websites Timeular will be able to display a list of where your time was spent.
In the top right corner of the Calendar view click the icon to expand your automatic trackings and hover over them to view the individual entries. You can click the calendar icon with a + on it to create a time entry from your automatic tracking or you can click the eye with a line through it to add this app or website to the blocklist so it does not get tracked.
Certain browsers (Chrome, Edge, Brave, Opera) will even be able to tell you the name of the document you were working on for websites like Notion, Figma, Google Docs, Microsoft 365, etc.
You can manage the apps and websites in your blocklist via the
Settings > Automatic tracking > App context area of the app. You can also disable automatic tracking here.
All automatic tracking data is encrypted and stored only locally on your machine. Adding an app or website to the blocklist ensures they are never tracked.
If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to [email protected]