Apps and Websites Usage Monitoring
Track and monitor employee productivity with real-time data about their computer activities. Get detailed information about how exactly your team spends its working time by monitoring the top visited apps and websites.
Monitor your Team’s Productivity
Apps and Websites Usage
Besides taking screenshots and recording activity level, WebWork Desktop Time Tracker can also detect which apps and websites employees are using at that exact moment.
It will work on a background without disturbing your employees. Then you can view apps and websites usage reports to identify how much time your employees allocate to work-related and non-work related activities.
Easily export them in CSV, XLS or PDF formats.
Productivity reports show statistics with real numbers that gives you in-depth understanding of your employees’ performance. It is presented on a visual dashboard that you can organize per user or all users.
It allows you to customize the productivity status of apps and websites for each team, so that you can generate accurate reports that will reflect the productivity of that particular team.
Alerts for Non-Productive Apps and Websites usage
A pop-up window appears which notifies the team member to stay away from distractions and stop wasting time.
It allows employees to be aware of the apps/websites they’re using at that exact moment and avoid non-work related activities. By doing so it helps them to concentrate more on their tasks and thus improve productivity.
How to set up productivity reports?
More time-saving features from WebWork Time Tracker
Activity Level Recording
View your employees’ productivity level based on the quantity of keystrokes and mouse clicks.
Time Tracking with Screenshots
Monitor your team’s computer activities with random screenshots taken each 10 min interval.
See when your employees start and finish their working time in a simple and clear structure.
You can monitor your team’s apps & websites usage only with the desktop tracker.
WebWork Time Tracker monitors apps and websites only when your tracker is on.
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