As I’m writing this, I’m sitting on a train between Brussels and Antwerp. While that’s not particularly interesting in itself, the latest release of Time Doctor means that it’s possible to track the time that I’m spending writing this post without a connection to the internet.
Any Time Doctor user that is using the latest stable release can now organize priorities and track tasks while working offline. The desktop client works as if it was connected to the internet tracking time for any task that you are working on. When you get back to the work, or anywhere with a connection, Time Doctor will add your hours to the server and sync your new task list with the online task list merging any changes from both ends.
This is great news for any one who works out of the office a lot, or for those people who spend a lot of time working while they commute. This is just one new feature we’ve developed in the last 2 weeks that continues to give Time Doctor a distinct advantage to other productivity and time management applications.
In coming months, we will be introducing a number of new features, including the ability to organize and manage teams, as well as the ability to track time spent on particular tasks to project areas or clients. There’s also a new user interface in the pipeline which will include drag and drop as well as edit in place for your task list.
Many of these new features have been suggested by our existing users – If you have an idea for Time Doctor, please keep send it in