Alternative to Time Doctor
WebWork and Time Doctor are time tracking tools with similar features and functionality. At first sight, they may seem very similar feature-wise. That’s why we’ve made a detailed comparison to showcase how WebWork is a well-deserved alternative to Time Doctor.
WebWork VS Time Doctor
Get More and Pay Less with WebWork
Time Doctor Alternative
Billing & Invoices
WebWork Time Tracker has reports for each feature. They are for Timesheet, Timeline, Attendance, Activity Level, Statistics, Activity Description, Apps & Websites, Tasks, Productivity, Invoice and User Geolocations. The amount of information that these reports hold is more than enough to have a granular view of an employee’s work process.
Time Doctor also has reports but they are limited to a few features. They are for Hours Tracked, Projects and Tasks, Timeline, and Web and App Usage.
WebWork Time Tracker has the option of setting billed hours so that the user can be paid according to their worked hours. It also enables users to create their invoices right inside the tracker and based on their worked hours in a project. Users can add information such as the invoice provider, bill to, date and number of the invoice and even company logo.
Time Doctor also has billable hours but invoices need to be generated with another tool.
WebWork Time Tracker has a built-in Messenger that simplifies the communication process of teams. Instead of going to another platform to discuss a project, team members can do that right on WebWork.
Time Doctor does not have a communication channel.
WebWork Time Tracker has 4 Modes of Screenshots for all types of projects and situations. They are Screenshot Mode, Blurred, Background and No Screenshot Mode. Each type can be used according to the importance and privacy of a project.
Time Doctor has 3 ways of using the screenshots. It has the screenshot mode which can be blurred or disabled.
WebWork Time Tracker does not support WebCam Shots. At WebWork we do not support the use of any personal equipment such as webcam for any purposes.
Time Doctor has the option of WebCam Shots. If given permission, the tracker uses the computer’s camera to take a picture every 10 minutes. This feature is disabled by default and needs to be turned on and is not supported by macOS.
WebWork Time Tracker has a Task Management System that simplifies the process of assigning and monitoring tasks. As a result, there is no need to integrate the tracker with a separate task management tool.
Time Doctor also has a Task Management System that allows for easier task distribution across the workspace.
So, which Tracker Is the Right Choice for You?
is for you if:
You want a time tracker that’s both effective and doesn’t cost a fortune
You want a platform that offers everything for time tracking and team management
You want to see actual results in your or your team’s productivity levels
You and your team want to be aware of how every single minute is spent
You care about the well-being of your team
is for you if:
Time tracking is your only priority
You want a good time tracker and budget is not an issue
You want a more strict surveillance over your team