🕔➡️📝 Timekeeper

by Philipp Eibl

Version 2 (February 12, 2018)

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A location based timetracker that automatically stores timestamps locally and on your Google Drive when checking in or out of a location (e.g. workplace).

You can pick your desired location on startup.

Linux Users can automatically evaluate the time data with a specifically tailored bash-script that is available from http://bit.ly/2EjYmX2 This will connect to your Google Drive and look for the stored timesheet from this Automate-Routine. It will generate a time table with first checkin, last checkout, checked-in time and break time for each day that is logged. It will also notice if you are checked in right now and calculate the time since last checkin and show the checkin status. At first start of the script, an additional gdrive script is installed which asks for your Google Drive permission.

The data is always stored locally. If internet connection is available and you've set your Google Drive access, then the file is being uploaded automatically at each Check-In/Check-Out.

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