- Dimlog records the time when the start and stop button is clicked.
- Time recording can be done from the system tray.
Manual time entry
- Manually entering the start and stop time of a work session can be done in a separate screen (See image on the right). Existing time session are visualised as black rectangles. Dimlog checks if a newly
entered time session will overlap with existing sessions.
Detailed time entry
- You can customize which properties of a time session a user must specify when he logs time. For example: projects, hourly rate, people, and type of activity.
- The category structure is hierarchical. This means that projects can have subprojects.
- Multi-user access is possible when the Dimlog-file is stored on a shared location on your network. No additional software needs to be installed on your server. Dimlog only requires regular file access.
- Dimlog can be configured to be single-user, simply by storing the Dimlog file on a non-shared location on your own computer.
- Note: Dimlog is not web-based. It is a native Windows application.
- There is a shared to-do list. Each to-do item has a description, a priority and a due date.
- The to-do list is linked to the project structure.
Timesheets and other statistics
- Dimlog can generate a printable timesheet of a week.
- Various statistics are available: The time spent on a category or on a combination of categories, or within a certain time span.
- There are graphs of the time spent on a series of days, weeks or months.
- Statistics can be exported to a file.
File links repository
- Store links to related files and web pages.