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ScreenAware can open your eyes and boost your productivity

ScreenAware is super easy to set up, is beautifully designed, and although created to help you with time tracking, can actually get you focused and more productive – check it out!

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Awesome time tracker may help you in surprising ways

ScreenAware is a tool that helps you invoice more efficiently by tracking your screen time and attaching each working moment you spend on your computer to the right project or client. No more ball-parking the time you’ve devoted to an assignment on invoice sheets.

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Anyone who does contracted or freelance work will find a tool like this useful. It’s also perfect for those who work in setting where clients want every single nitty gritty detail of billed time- like a law firm.

Getting started with your new productive life with ScreenAware

It requires minimal set up on your part for this captured activity since you only have to download an installation file. Keeping track of the time you spend on each of your clients is essential but often gets in the way of your real work. When you have to fill out those lovely Excel sheets or click on timers to get everything accounted for, it can interrupt your workflow.

What sets ScreenAware apart from other tools on the market is that it has none of those annoying stop/start buttons, they do it all for you. Another perk to this thing is that you will be able to see exactly which projects are profitable and which ones might be wasting your time.

After you install the desktop app, it will begin taking note of the things you’re working on. It takes into account any interruptions you may have. It even knows when you are switching tasks. Any offline activities in your calendar, such as meetings or conference calls will be included in the calculations as well.

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Ditch the time tracking tediousness

All of your work will go towards the correct billable project and all of this happens with little effort on your part. One con is that it’s not supported on Mac OS/OS X yet but the people at ScreenAware assure everyone that plans are in the works for it.

Anyone who has had to keep track of invoicing themselves knows how tedious it can become. It’s easy to get behind on these figures too, so a streamlined tool like ScreenAware could really take the pressure off. They’re currently in private testing, so go sign up during the free beta test period to check it out.

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Emily Crews is a staff writer at The American Genius and holds a degree in English from Western Kentucky University. Reading, music, black coffee, and her two little girls rule her life. She sees herself one day running a tiny bookstore at the end of the Earth. In the meantime, she is thrilled to write for AG and also does copy editing (team Oxford comma) to keep her brain from turning to mush.

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