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Getting started with Timeular
Getting started with Timeular

A guide on how to get started with Timeular

Updated over a week ago

Congratulations on choosing to make your time count πŸŽ‰

In order to get started with Timeular you need to define activities which you will then use to create/track time entries. One of the most common questions is "What should I track?". We have an article with some suggestions to get you started. You can create as many activities as you'd like and you can always archive the activities you no longer need in our desktop and mobile apps.

You can start out with more general activities like "πŸš€ Engaging work", "πŸ₯± Non-engaging work" and "πŸ›‘ Distractions" and get more specific as you progress through your time tracking journey and discover what types of activities suit your needs. You can also add notes to your time entries as well as #tags and @mentions for more granular control.

If you purchased a hardware Tracker you can get it setup by creating and assigning activities to the sides of the Tracker using either our desktop app or our mobile app. If you don't have the Tracker you can still create and track time entries manually both in the desktop and mobile apps. The QuickTrack feature is also a great option for those who don't want to interrupt their flow if they're in another app but still want to start/stop/edit a time entry in Timeular.

Once you have some time entry data available in your Calendar you can gain insights on how your time is being spent using the Insights tab in the desktop app or a more pared-down version in the mobile app.

There are plenty of additional features to discover like Budgets and, for anyone with a Team subscription, the ability to work collaboratively with other Timeular users by utilizing our Folders feature.

If you have any questions or if there are any features you'd like to see in Timeular you can always reach out to us at [email protected]

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