Are you getting paid for the client phone calls you make and take from your iPhone or Android phone today? How about the emails you send to clients from your smartphone?
If not, please read on – this is the Android time tracking software update for you…
Mobile Gmail Tracking is Here
Gmail users, we now have a way for you to track the time you spend writing and reading emails on your smartphone (any model running Gmail, which means iPhone or Android or other).
To set this up, you’ll simply connect your Chrometa account to your Gmail account and we’ll pull in the time spent on each email to your timesheet, along with the To/From/CC info and the Subject Line.
From there, you’ll be able to print your timesheet, export it to Excel, or send it to one of the 10+ billing / practice management systems that we integrate with.
I’ll demonstrate this new feature on our “Feature Friday” webinar that we’re co-hosting with LexisNexis later this week. You can sign up to join us here.
We Track Phone Calls for Android (All) and iPhone (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint)
Our Android app helps you bill for all of your client phone calls and even text messages. You can download it from the Google Play store right here and hook it up to your existing Chrometa account.
iPhone users, we now have phone call capture for Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint customers. Here’s how to implement time capture with your carrier:
I’ll demo phone call and text message capture live on this Friday’s webinar.
Dedicated Microsoft Outlook, Gmail, and Mac Mail Support
In addition to our Gmail for smartphone support, we still offer dedicated time capture for Microsoft Outlook, Gmail, and Mac Mail from your computer. This means you’ll get the To/From/CC info of each email, along with the Subject Line.
Microsoft Outlook users can install our Outlook Add In right here.
Gmail users can grab our Google Chrome Plugin here.
And Mac Mail users don’t need to do anything – your plugin is already baked into our Mac Time Tracker.
Keyword-Based Rules for “Automatic” Time Entry Assignment
With keyword-based rules, you can “teach” Chrometa how to create most of your Timesheet for you each day. Which means you’ll only need to do some quick cleanup and annotations…resulting in the most comprehensive and accurate timesheet you’ve ever created.
Here’s a short video available “on demand” that’ll walk you through how this works.
(And yes, of course I’ll demo this feature live on Friday as well).
Join Me (and LexisNexis) This Friday – I Promise to Educate and Entertain
We’re launching our new integration with LexisNexis’ Time Matters product this Friday. Please join us, and I promise to show you a Chrometa tip or trick that you didn’t know before (and if not, your money back…)
Our Time Matters integration works like our other integrations – so the demo should benefit you no matter what system you’re connecting Chrometa to.
PS – If you can’t make it live, sign up anyway so that we can get you a recording afterwards.
PPS – Check out our slick new demo video below… and let me know what you think!