A downloadable tool for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Note: This is currently in beta. If you try it out, please let me know of any bugs you encounter. Thank you. :)

NOTICE: If you are an existing user updating to 0.1.3, please read this

Log is a simple log and time-tracking system that lets you log and keep track of day-to-day activities and provides analytics like activity peak times to give you insight into how you spend your time.

Log was initially created for the purpose of tracking time spent working on personal projects to see if there are rhythms and patterns to my focus and productivity. I hope this helps you in a similar way and inspires you to make the most of your days.

To start a log:

start "Sector or Category" "Project or Title" "Description of activity"

e.g.

start "Development" "Log" "Fixing bugs"

To end a log:

end

The source code is available on GitHub under the MIT License.


More information

Published 21 days ago
StatusIn development
CategoryTool
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rating
(4)
AuthorJosh Avanier
Tagslog, Minimalist, productivity, time-tracker
LicenseMIT License

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

log-0.1.1-mac-x64.zip 48 MB
Log-0.1.3-linux-32.zip 52 MB
Log-0.1.3-linux-64.zip 51 MB
Log-0.1.3-macos-64.zip 49 MB
Log-0.1.3-windows-64.zip 54 MB
Log-0.1.3-windows-32.zip 45 MB

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merely a gentle thought, 

but wondering if you may be able to add some kind of satisfication (happiness) level to each day. Would love to see how certain projects effect my sense of satsification, or what rough percentage of downtime is needed to feel content 

Otherwise, really adore what you're brewing here, this has been stellar tool to use, and intergrates so well into my work rhythm :)

Thank you; glad you like it. I do like the idea of keeping track of satisfaction with the things we do and accomplish. I just have a couple of questions. Is the satisfaction level set per project per day or just the day overall? How would you quantify satisfaction (percentages, scale)?

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Unfortunately, I still have a old 32 bit based system and I cannot try your tool. But from checking out the pictures you displayed here, I can say you really improved a lot from your last prformance. Don't get me wrong, your bitsy game was amazing, but this, what you made, it reflects the way you improved. Continue your work! I see a bright future here! Good luck!

Thank you. This made my day. I'm uploading one for 32-bit Windows now. :)

wow! thank you for uploading a 32 bit version. I have just come home and I promise I will try your tool! 

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Oh no. What platform are you using?

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Ah. Some other High Sierra users are experiencing similar issues. Unfortunately I don't have a Mac so I have no way of testing for that particular OS. I will try and find a fix for this. I do apologise for this inconvenience. If you wouldn't mind debugging it for me, I would greatly appreciate it.

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Great tool! But it would be great if there were auto-completion for projects and sectors.

Thanks! I'll look into it :)

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This app is looking aesthetically peaceful. I like the subtle colours! But the fact is, you need to add some more keywords (most of them look like abbreviations) so that everyone can easily use it. Anyway, it's a great tool!

Thank you for checking it out and thank you for your comment. I definitely do need to find that balance between having a concise interface and a readable one. I'm working on it. :)