Open Source RescueTime Alternatives

Popular open source Alternatives to RescueTime for Linux, Windows, Mac, Web, Self-Hosted and more. Explore 19 apps like RescueTime, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community.

Web-based time management tool that tracks the activities and duration of a user's computer usage. If your looking for more info about RescueTime like screenshots, reviews and comments you should visit our info page about it. Below you find the best alternatives.

The list of alternatives was last updated: 11/5/2017 5:57:00 PM

Alternatives to RescueTime for all platforms with Open Source License

  • ActivityWatch

    Log what you do on your computer. Simple (yet powerful), extensible, no third parties.

    • There's automatic logging, just like in Recuetime. But unlike Rescuetime, your data is yours as the app is 100% open source, so IMO it is better suited for most corporate privacy policies and hence better for GDPR complience. Rescuetime is fine if you are a home user and don't care about privacy, but due to EU privacy law, it is not suited for the corporate environment in the EU. Guest • Aug 2018 • 1 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Automatic like RescueTime, but open source and extendable, with full and exclusive user control of data. Guest • Dec 2017 • 2 agrees and 2 disagrees Disagree   Agree

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  • Kimai

    Kimai is a free open source timetracker. It tracks work time and prints out a summary of your activities on demand. Yearly, monthly, daily, by customer, by project, by action … It’s simplicity is its strength. Due to Kimai’s web browser based interface it runs cross-platform. Likewise you can install it as a web service or as a single-user program on your local workstation.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux Web Self-Hosted

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  • WakaTime

    Open source plugins for automatic programming metrics.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux Komodo IDE Xcode ... Visual Studio Code IntelliJ IDEA Vim Notepad++ Pycharm Sublime Text TextMate RubyMine GNU Emacs PyCharm Community Edition Atom Brackets Komodo Edit

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  • ProcrastiTracker

    ProcrastriTracker is a time tracking tool that automatically tracks what applications and documents you use, and allows you to view statistics on your usage in great detail. It is written to be small and non-intrusive. It is useful for: - Increasing your productivity: seeing long term stats on what really is costing you the most time can help shift priorities to work more optimally.

    • This is the only listed alternative that has actually a full feature set Guest • Mar 2018 Disagree   Agree

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  • LeechBlock

    LeechBlock is a simple free productivity tool designed to block those time-wasting sites that can suck the life out of your working day. All you need to do is specify which sites to block and when to block them. You can specify up to six sets of sites to block, with different times and days for each set. You can block sites within fixed time periods (e.g., between 9am and 5pm), after a time limit (e.g., 10 minutes in every hour), or with a combination of time periods and time limit (e.g.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux Chrome Firefox

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  • TwentyFive

    HTML5 time tracking web app focused on speed and simplicity that encourages you to follow the Pomodoro Technique.

    Free Open Source Web Self-Hosted

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  • ARBTT

    ARBTT, the Automatic Rule-Base Time Tracker, is a window logger that runs in background and logs for all opened windows: * Time * Focused Window * Window Title * Program

    Free Open Source Linux

  • Baralga

    Baralga keeps track of the time you spent working on different projects. You can record the time spent on a project or you can manually enter and edit activities. This way you can easily memorize when and how long you have been working on each single project. Baralga is a simple and lightweight time tracking solution for the freelancers and consultants. Baralga is for everybody who can hardly remember how much time s(he) spent working on each single project.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux Java Mobile

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  • Timewarrior

    Timewarrior is a command line time tracking application, which allows you to record time spent on activities. You may be tracking your time for curiosity, or because your work requires it. At its simplest, you tell it to start and stop tracking time. That's the simple stopwatch capability. We're not trying to convince you to track your time. But if you already do, or want to begin, then Timewarrior aims to be your preferred choice.

    • Nice command line color visualisation of the week. Guest • Feb 2018 Disagree   Agree

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  • Kontact - KTimeTracker

    KTimeTracker tracks time spent on various tasks. It is useful for tracking billable hours and can report the hours logged by task and day. Features Organize tasks into subtasks Edit task history and comments The time history can be exported to a comma-delimited text file for import into other billing and/or project management tools.

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • Tasty Cactus Timesheet

    Timesheet is an application designed primarily for contractors and freelancers to track the time spent on different tasks. You can add billable tasks and unbillable tasks (such as "Lunch") and get a daily or weekly report of time spent on each.

    Free Open Source Android

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  • Emphasize

    At work with different employers, must often use many different time management systems, each with far too cumbersome implemented "time registration"? This approach is based on the idea that time and attendance could be as simple as a board game. There is an customizable playing field on which an character can be placed according to the current activity. With scissors and glue-up icon you can easily change the field partitions yourself.

    Free Open Source Web

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  • Personal Task Manager

    PTM is an Open Source time tracking tool hosted by Sourceforge.net. It looks like Windows Task Manager (see screenshots) Have you ever suffer to answer to questions like... # What have you done last week?, # On what kind of things did you spent the time? humm... I used to have no answer... till download PTM.

    Free Open Source Windows

  • Hourglass

    Hourglass is a PSP (Personal Software Process) time tracking utility written in Java. It allows users to track the time spent on various programming (or other) tasks, and provides reporting mechanisms for analyzing the use of their time.

    Free Open Source Windows Linux Java Mobile

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  • openTimetool

    openTimetool is a web-based, sector-independent project time recording tool for service provision companies such as agencies and IT support firms, publishing houses and editorial offices, consultancy firms and training companies, self-employed and freelance workers.

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  • Tiny Time Tracker

    Tiny Time Tracker is an inobtrusive personal time tracker that fits nicely at the bottom of your screen. Switching between tasks is made easy with …

    Free Open Source Windows Linux

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