Tuesday, December 7, 2010

New release (1.0.1722) - Timesheet and worklog report

I'm very excited to announce a new release of Worklog Assistant. This new release features a JIRA worklog and timesheet report built into the app. See the video below for a demonstration. The timesheet answers the question: what the heck did I do this week?

Why is this useful?

Keeping tabs on your own activity is useful because it helps you realize how much of your time has been spent on your core job activities. If you feel that you are spending too much time on unimportant activities or your job description is changing, you now have some proof to ask for that raise. You can't improve what you don't measure, which is something I try to live by.

There are also a few other changes so be sure to see the release notes. If you find that something could be more efficient or obvious, please let me know.

Thanks for your time and have a good week!

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We strongly believe that tracking your time properly is the first step to deterministic software development. If you feel that you have been guessing or you can't be bothered to remember to log time, Worklog Assistant might be for you!

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