How it works

1. Create new task

First, in the Task Center let’s create a task you would like to work on.
A Task details panel opens where you can edit the description, list, categories, hourly rate or check the logged time, assigned files and webpages. So, the Task Center is the place to add, manage and organize your tasks.

2. Assign files and websites to tasks

Did you see the orange bar on the top of your windows? It is our Task Picker tool. Orange colour means the file or website hasn’t been assigned to any task yet. Hover and click on the Task Picker to create or select the task you want this file or website to belong to.
Now Taskfit starts to track the time you spend on this file or website. The difference between Taskfit and any other time tracking app is that we automatically start tracking as soon as you open the same file or website again, no need to start a timer manually.
Orange is not assigned, blue is assigned, but what does the dark blue coloured Task Picker mean? It is the auto-assign function making sure that your time spent in apps without file or website (e.g. Calculator) is tracked to the right task.
This feature also helps when you browse a lot of pages on the same website, so you don’t have to assign every subpage manually. If you want to change the task just open the Task Picker and select another one.

3. Do your job, we do (h)ours

Open the Task Center to see which task is the active one at the moment. The blue clock icon always indicates that Taskfit is tracking the time on your current task. Measuring time stops automatically when you close/minimize the assigned file or webpage.
Taskfit helps you have an organized work environment. The Task Viewer shows all the closed and opened files and webpages you assigned to the given task. Everything is there, click on any item to re-open it. Did you forget to assign a file or webpage before you closed it? No worries, check out the Timeline tab to see all your unassigned files and webpages, where you can assign them to a task to save the time you spent on it.

4. Generate a timesheet report

Timesheet: probably not your favourite thing to do on a Friday evening. Taskfit offers a really simple way to compose your timesheet. Open the Taskfit Portal ( and go to Reports page. Just set the date range and select what would be the filter for your query. It can be a category (e.g. Client), team member, integration, list or simply tasks. It’s up to you how deep and detailed your report is. For a more visual representation scroll down for a calendar view.

5. Data collection

To create your timesheet report, Taskfit collects as little personal data as possible, such as document title, webpage url or filename.
We don’t scan your document and email content, don’t capture screenshots or record your calls.