Freelancers and small teams have dozens of web applications to choose from when it comes to time tracking. However, Ding believes that its platform is the simplest and smartest option available. A time tracking application that works on smartphones, desktops, and tablets, Ding provides its users with a way to see exactly how many hours they’ve spent on any project, at any time.
Ding brings together time and money, providing independent professionals with the tools necessary to track both time and income. Create new clients and projects from within the platform, and then select a billable hourly rate. Click the “Log Time” button each time you start working on a project, and Ding will immediately begin tracking and saving the necessary data on your behalf. If you’re not working at a desktop computer, you can use Ding on your smartphone or tablet, as well. Ding allows users to quickly export the data they collect as PDF or CSV files, which is a useful feature for people who prefer storing their information outside the web-based platform.
In order to keep its platform as streamlined as possible, Ding has gotten rid of extraneous features like sub-tasks and client invoicing. The application does one thing, and it does it well. For freelancers and small teams that are looking for a time tracker they can use on multiple platforms, Ding is an ideal solution.
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