track-your-damn-time

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    Track Your Damn Time

    A poem:

    I need to track time.
    I never remember to track my time.
    I tried things that tracked every minute of my day,
    but that just made more data.
    All I need to know is, roughly
    What the heck did I do each day,
    And for roughly how long?

    If I could remember to go to freshbooks,
    And write those things down every day,
    I would have no worries,
    But I don't. And I then have to try and remember what I did,
    A month ago.

    So I needed something that,
    Would ask me every day,
    "Yo, what the heck did you do yesterday?",
    And save it somewhere.

    So that when I need to update freshbooks,
    I don't have to get creative.

    This is that thing.

    What?

    Every time I open my terminal, if there is missing time in my time tracking, track-your-damn-time asks me what I did:

    It starts 3 days ago, ignores weekends, and will only ask you what you did today after 4pm.

    It stores the information in simple text files, and I can see the full list with track-your-damn-time log.

    Installation

    npm install -g track-your-damn-time
    

    Then add this to your .bashrc/.zshrc

    track-your-damn-time
    

    The first time it will ask you for a path to store the files in.

    Logging

    To easily output your time tracking log, run:

    track-your-damn-time log
    

    License

    MIT

    Keywords

    none

    Install

    npm i track-your-damn-time

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    10

    Version

    1.0.1

    License

    ISC

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