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Okay - I've been waiting for the PC/Mac time tracking widget for a very long time. With every roadmap update it was again and again delayed, until it completely disappeared from the roadmap after last update.What happened? Does it mean that you cancelled the development plans?Really, working with a widget to manage timers would be a lot easier - for example, there wouldn't be a need to keep the Intervals open in the browser at all time.
Jacek,Please take a look at this blog post on ways to setup Intervals in a smaller, widget-like browser window using the mobile version of the application:https://www.myintervals.com/blog/2010/07/12/online-time-tracking-task-management-using-intervals-mini/Also, here are some screenshots of what it looks like:
John,I've seen this blog post, but does it mean that you are not going to develop a "real" widget? Unfortunately, the mobile version is not as good as a well designed, dedicated widget, and using it in minimized browser window is a cumbersome solution, to say the least.thanks,Jacek
The roadmap is very fluid and does change frequently based on the feedback we are receiving. Widgets were on the development plan at one point but they are not on the active development plan at this time. Since this is a parallel discussion thread please have a look at this discussion. If you have any additional questions please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those who are interested in running a time tracking widget on their Macs, take a look at Eon. We wrote it up in our blog at https://www.myintervals.com/blog/2011/03/02/time-tracking-for-the-mac-with-eon/. Eon is an app you can install on your Mac to track time. The data will be synced to Intervals via our API.
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