What does Taskfit collect?

Taskfit uses the following data to identify the measured resources:

  • Title of an application, for example: winword.exe, chrome.exe
  • Title and/or path (if accessible) of website or document opened in an application; for example: “C:\users\Peter\munka\dokumentacio.docx” or “https://www.wikipedia.com”
  • Title shown in the app’s window header; for example: „Wikipedia – Google Chrome”
  • Subject field text in case of email resources

The purpose of collecting these data is to recognise the correct resource in future time measurements. Using this data, Taskfit can auto-select the correct task for a resource that was assigned to a task in the past. The timesheet report doesn’t contain the above-mentioned data.

For certain applications Taskfit can read only the document title but not the path. Sometimes even the filename is not accessible or it’s not applicable (e.g. Windows Calculator app). In these cases, the basis of the time measurement is the time spent in the given app.

What does Taskfit NOT collect?

Taskfit does not handle content-type data. Except the above-mentioned ones, it doesn’t collect, store and send any personal data like these:

  • Texts and images in files
  • Data entered or shown in application windows
  • Texts and images on webpages
  • Data entered to webpage forms
  • Email text
  • Chat conversations
  • Audio recordings
  • Screenshots
  • Pictures captured with webcam

What does my employer see? (for Enterprise users)

Your employer can see nothing more than you can on the Taskfit portal’s Report screen: task title, task categories, date and measured time. They can’t see any of your used files or visited websites.

Your tasks are accessible by the employer via shared categories; this means your employer can see only the tasks you assigned to a shared category item. Of course, you can use Taskfit as a personal todo list too, as long you don’t use any category created by the enterprise.