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Timeneye Browser Widgets

The Timeneye Widget for Chrome lets you track time from the tools you are already using and in any other place, wherever you are on the web.

[Click here to download and install the Timeneye Widget for Google Chrome](https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/timeneye-widget/bkahonfnnidbeekmmfklgfmodagnngfb?hl=en)

[Click here to download and install the Timeneye Widget for Firefox ](https://addons.mozilla.org/addon/timeneye-widget/

How to install the Timeneye Widget on your browser

  1. Download and install the Timeneye Widget for your bower.
  2. Click the Timeneye button next to the address bar on your browser and log in with your Timeneye account.

Once you'll log in, you'll be able to track timfrom everywhere in the Web, so that you can track time without having to keep the Timeneye dashboard at all times.


Make sure to enable third party cookies on Chrome so that the Widget can track time.

The green badge shows the number of active timers (in this case 1):

When the badge becomes black it means that you have paused timers:

When you click the Timeneye Extension a “Register Time” window appears:

Here you can register time manually or start a timer, stop timers and see the list of your time entries where you can copy, edit or delete them.

Updated about a month ago

Timeneye Browser Widgets

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