Watson is an open source tool designed to help users manage their time. You want to know how much time you are spending on your projects? You want to generate a friendly report for your client? Watson is a utility that fits this purpose.
Tell Watson when you start working on a task with the start command. Then, when you are done with this task, stop the timer with the stop command. This will create what we call a frame.
That’s pretty much everything you need to know to start using Watson.
- Stop running project when starting a new one.
- Support for Bash completion.
- Use crick.io to store your sessions remotely and share it with your colleagues.
- cancel – cancel the last call to the start command. The time will not be recorded.
- config – get and set configuration options.
- edit – edit a frame.
- frames – display the list of all frame IDs.
- help – display help information.
- log – display each recorded session during the given timespan.
- merge – perform a merge of the existing frames with a conflicting frames file.
- projects – display the list of all existing projects.
- remove – remove a frame.
- report – display a report of the time spent on each project.
- restart – restart monitoring time for a previously stopped project.
- start – start monitoring time for the given project.
- status – display when the current project was started and the time spent since.
- stop – stop monitoring time for the current project.
- sync – get the frames from the server and push the new ones.
- tags – display the list of all the tags.
- Complete browsable documentation.
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