Rachota (the Czech word for manual work / labour) is a compact Java application designed for personal timetracking of projects. It displays time data in diagram form, creates customized reports and invoices or analyses measured data and suggests hints to improve user’s time usage.
- Secure personal time tracking tool.
- Powerful data mining features.
- Analytics view which analyzes measured data and provides user with suggestions on better time management to make efficiency improvements. Analysis factors: Effectivity, Prioritization, Statusing, Granularity, Categorization, and Repetition.
- Customizable reports and invoices, allows manual editing of measured time.
- Inspect individual projects you worked on where project is a group of tasks with the same keyword.
- Feedback capability.
- Keep your data on your USB drive.
- Generates reports or invoices as HTML, CSV or TXT files.
- Extremely compact.
- Internationalization support: 11 languages – English, Czech, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, and Spanish.
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