What’s new in Chrometa: December 2019

What’s new in Chrometa: December 2019

First things first: Happy New Year!
We had a lot of new features in December, so grab a hot chocolate, sit back and immerse yourself in all things Chrometa.

  • Introducing: Asana Integration
  • New Targets Features
  • Redesigned Invoices

*Introducing: Asana integration

In a nutshell

When it comes to managing projects across teams both large and small, there’s nothing quite like Asana, making it the most powerful alternative to the popular upstart Trello.
Asana is an extremely flexible task management and collaboration tool and we are excited to add it to our integrations list.

How it works

First, connect to Asana

Go to “Account” – “Integrations” in Chrometa. Locate Asana in the top row, and click the “Connect” button:

Time tracking for Asana with Chrometa

Next, tell Asana that it’s okay for Chrometa to access your Asana account:

You’ll then be redirected to your “Projects” tab. A first sync with Asana will be running in the background importing all your projects and tasks into Chrometa.

Time tracking for Asana with Chrometa
Time tracking for Asana with Chrometa

Then, assign time entries to your projects

You’ll now be able to assign time entries to your Asana projects (which now exist as Chrometa projects, too). You can do this by using “Rules” as well as the “Move To Project” dropdown from the “Time Summary” screen.

Bottom line? Both Asana and Chrometa make tracking work activities simpler, reducing the need for email and unnecessary meetings, or – as Asana calls it – all that “work about work.”

Not already a Chrometa user? Set up a trial account today and test it out for yourself!

*New Targets Features

In a nutshell

Unclear project status updates can lead to delays, poor execution or a lot of unnecessary meetings. New additions to the “Targets” functionality make it easier than ever for you to control project progress.

How it works

From the “Targets” page, you can now do the following:

  • Create a new target and select a specific phase for the project: phases are defined in the “Tasks” tab and are linked to time entries.
  • Receive an alert before missing a deadline: adjust the target’s date days or weeks before the milestone.
  • Monitor your project’s status: from the “Team Timesheet” or “Summary” views, select the tab ‘By Task’ and see how far a project has come and what’s left to do.
Create targets by phase
Report by phases

Don’t have “Targets” set up yet? Click here (https://app.chrometa.com/time_allocations) to start enjoying these benefits immediately

Sign up for Chrometa’s beta by sending us an email

*New! Redesigned Invoices

In a nutshell

The “Invoices Configuration” has two new features to provide you with more control over your invoices. Whether you’re editing or viewing a PDF version of an invoice, you can sort the invoice lines chronologically. In addition, Quickbooks users can automatically create invoices in QBO from Chrometa, avoiding doing the work twice.

How it works

Sorting Invoice lines

The “Configuration” tab in “Invoices” now includes a checkbox that reads “Earliest time entries at the top”, which defaults to “Yes”. From there, you can sort your time entries in chronological or reverse chronological order.

Sorting invoice lines in Chrometa

Exporting Invoices to Quickbooks Online

Once you have your invoice completed in Chrometa, click the “Export to QBO” button located to the right of the “Invoices” list header. Your invoice will be ported over to QuickBooks Online, with the annotation field from Chrometa becoming the description in QuickBooks Online.

Export Invoice to Quickbooks Online QBO

Not already a Chrometa user? Set up a trial account today and test it out for yourself!

Have you missed any of the latest and greatest updates from Chrometa? Are there any of the above you’re currently using and loving? Let us know in the comments!

What’s new in Chrometa: September 2019

Here’s what’s new and improved on Chrometa this month.

What’s new in September

Retainer invoices
Beta update: More on Time and Budget targets
Enhanced Team Timesheet and Time Summary pages
Faster loading for project and client reports

*New! Retainer invoices

Some businesses receive retainers or deposits from customers before performing any services. When they invoice customers for services, those invoices are paid using the money from the deposits.

When invoicing a customer, you can now enter the retainer amount. If the total amount of the invoice exceeds the retainer funds available, then the remaining balance will be reflected on the invoice. You can then send the invoice with the outstanding balance to the client. If the retainer funds exceed the amount of the invoice, then the balance will stay in the retainer and can be applied to a future invoice.

How it works:

Step One: Go to Invoices

Step Two: Click the retainer column on your invoice’s line and add a value in your currency.

Chrometa invoice retainer
Chrometa invoice retainer

And that’s it!, the retainer amount is automatically deducted from the invoice’s total.

Not already a Chrometa user? Set up a trial account today and test it out for yourself!

*Beta update: Time and Budget targets are on their way! Or how to monitor team work and check team progress

In a previous blog post, we introduced Targets, in this month’s release you are now able to set targets by phase.

Phases are populated by you Tasks list. If you are a team lead they are shared with all team members. When setting a target, simply select a phase from the dropdown list and Chrometa will track time and revenue against it. You can still combine the phase with a project or client or leave the “Project/Client” field blank.

Chrometa targets by phase
Chrometa targets by phase

Next up?

Next month, we’ll follow up with

  1. Setting recurring targets
  2. Defining targets on clients
  3. Getting email notifications

Want early access to new features like Targets? Or, do you want to share feedback to our developers as they work on the app? It’s not too late to participate in the beta program!

Sign up for Chrometa’s beta by sending us an email .

*New! Enhanced Team Timesheet and Time Summary pages

This month, we’re spotlighting the main tab on the Team Timesheet page that team admins use every day.

In a previous post, we introduced inline editing of time entries for annotations and time, inline categorization, inline task assignment and inline deletion. In the new version of Chrometa, you can do all these actions for multiple entries. Here’s how:

Bulk Actions

Select an entry or multiple entries using the checkbox to apply an action. You can also select all entries for a day or project (matter) by checking the day or project name. Once selected, you can apply the following actions

Chrometa team timesheet selections
Chrometa team timesheet selections


Add a description to selected entries.

Move to Project

Categorize selected entries to a project/matter.

Edit Time

Change the duration for selected entries.

Assign Task

Assign selected entries to a task.

Delete entries

Delete all selected entries.

Chrometa team timesheet bulk actions
Chrometa team timesheet bulk actions


As with most other areas of Chrometa, you can filter and search time entries to see exactly what you are looking for.  Filtering can be done on projects/matters, keywords or a team member.

Chrometa team timesheet filters
Chrometa team timesheet filters

*Featured! Faster loading for project and client reports

In a nutshell: Quickly find how much time you spent on a client for a given period (or for all time).

How it works :

Step One: To view a Client or Project Time for a date range or for all time, open Clients & Projects,

Clients and Projects in Chrometa
Step Two: Search for you client or project (use the search bar at the top of the screen),

Search for a client in Chrometa
Step Three: mouse over the client or project, a blue button appears: “Client Time” and “Project Time”.

Client time in Chrometa

Client Project total time in Chrometa

If you are logged in as a team lead, the new tab will show the team time for the client/project

Not already a Chrometa user? Set up a trial account today and test it out for yourself!

Have you missed any of the latest and greatest updates from Chrometa? Are there any of the above you’re currently using and loving? Let us know in the comments!

What’s new in Chrometa: April 2019

Tax season is – finally – over, it’s time now to give your business a boost. With our latest Chrometa updates, you’ll get time-saving features to help simplify your time keeping and team management.

What’s new in April

Practice Panther Integration
Beta update: Time and Budget targets are on their way!
Enhanced Team Timesheet
Bulk Time Entries / Rules Import

*New! Practice Panther Integration

In a nutshell:

PracticePanther is an easy and secure law practice management software for lawyers. With our seamless integration, PracticePanther users can now effortlessly sync accounts and matters from PracticePanther into Chrometa clients and projects. Once connected, Chrometa and PracticePanther stay in sync: A new or updated matter in PracticePanther is automatically synced with Chrometa. After assigning time entries (manually or automatically) in Chrometa, you can export your time (and your team’s data too) to PracticePanther time entries.

Practice time tracking has never been easier!

How it works:

Want to see how to effortlessly integrate Chrometa with PracticePanther. Let’s take a closer look…

Step One: Open the Integrations page and click “Connect…” under Practice Panther

Step Two: After being redirected to Practice Panther, click “Grant Access”.

Step Three: Back in Chrometa, click “Import/Sync Clients and Projects with” and select “Practice Panther”

And that’s it!, after moving time entries to newly imported matters, you can export them to Practice Panther. You can do this either for each matter individually

Or export time entries for all Practice Panther matters in the view.

Not already a Chrometa user? Set up a trial account today and test it out for yourself!

Beta update: Time and Budget targets are on their way! Or how to monitor team work and check team progress

While still under development, beta users get to be the first to try out the budget and time Targets, enhancements, and interface—all designed to help keep very contract and project on time and budget.
This month, beta users were the first to try out Targets. With Targets, you can:

  1. Set a minimum number of hours for a project
  2. Set a maximum number of hours for a project
  3. Set a minimum number of billing for a project
  4. Set a maximum number of billing for a project

Each target is defined by project and for each team member involved in the project. To ensure project success, you need to stay on budget, track time accurately and avoid overbilling.

Next up?

Now that Targets is released in beta, we’ll follow up with

  1. Setting recurring targets
  2. Defining targets on clients
  3. Getting email notifications
  4. Setting targets by phases – tasks

Want early access to new features like Targets? Or, do you want to share feedback to our developers as they work on the app? It’s not too late to participate in the beta program!

Sign up for Chrometa’s mobile beta by sending us an email .

*New! Enhanced Team Timesheet

This month, we’re spotlighting the main tab on the Team Timesheet page that team admins use every day.

The first tab, “By Project”, groups time entries by project, then by day, then by team member and annotation (aka description). Each line follow this template:

Project Name – Date – Team Member – Annotation – Duration

For each project (aka matter), you also get the total time and revenue and options to export to Excel, Clio or create an Invoice. You can also create invoices in bulk for all projects listed in your view from the top menu.

When mousing over a specific line, a link appears “View Details”, click on it and you’ll see the detailed time entries for the specific annotation (they belong to the same project, date and team member as the current line and have the same annotation).

All underlined text is also editable, click the underlined text (in blue), enter the new value (description, duration, or new matter), then hit the ‘Enter’ key

*Featured! Bulk Time Import and Rules

In a nutshell:

This powerful new feature allows you to import a CSV containing your rules and – past – time entries. This method is useful if you want to input time entries and rules into Chrometa and have a large number of lines to enter. It may be useful if you already have exported time from another system (Excel for e.g.). Once the rules/time entries have been imported, Chrometa cleans up duplicate data lines.

How rules import works :

The 3 steps below outline how to upload your rules in bulk

Step One: Click Import from the Summary page.
Step Two: Select ‘Rules’
Step Three: Select a csv file to import. A sample template is available here.

How time import works :

The 3 steps below outline how to upload your time in bulk

Step One: Click Import from the Summary page.
Step Two: Select ‘Time’
Step Three: Select a csv file to import. A sample template is available here.

Not already a Chrometa user? Set up a trial account today and test it out for yourself!

That’s all for now—but we’ll be back next month with more exciting updates!

Have I missed any of the latest and greatest updates from Chrometa? Are there any of the above you’re currently using and loving? Let us know in the comments!

RingCentral Integration for Tracking Phone Calls

Our holiday present to you

With RingCentral and Chrometa, say goodbye to underbilling!

Do you know how much time you spend making and answering calls every day with your RingCentral VoIP phone? You probably spend several hours each day reviewing documents with a remote client, being on the phone for a court hearing or sitting in a conference call… For the majority of lawyers, the total time varies between one and three hours.

No matter how diligent you are at keeping a log of all your calls, chances are you sometimes forget to log a call… or two… by no means a big deal at the end of the day, but a pretty big deal at the end of the month.

And even if you have unrivaled timekeeping skills, reconstructing your time at the end of the day (as it often happens) can be difficult and time consuming, resulting in delays and possible errors. While most people are usually pretty good at remembering what they did over large blocks of time, they tend to forget all the short  calls.

The real problem is under billing…

Our mission at Chrometa has always been to help you stop underbilling, so it is only natural to also focus on tracking phone calls. As you may know, our Android time tracking app integrates seamlessly with Android mobile phones since 2013 and you’ve got all your calls in an automatically built time sheet thanks to our dedicated app.

Landlines and iPhone calls, however, do not offer a similar option – Apple does not allow any work time tracker to keep a call history, and landlines usually don’t have a public API.

… and we have a solution

But here is some good news: if you are using RingCentral, it is in fact now possible to track your landline and iPhone calls thanks to the newest  integration with Chrometa.

After the initial setup, Chrometa imports your RingCentral contacts and syncs them with your existing clients’ contact information. Once created, new contacts are automatically added to your Clients list while existing contacts are kept in sync.

Then the exciting part begins:

Ten (10) minutes after the end of a phone call, the phone call appears in your Chrometa time sheet. That’s right, automatically. You no longer need to write down the exact number of minutes you just spent talking on the phone – and with whom – every time you hang up.  Now, that’s nothing short of a holiday miracle!

The Chrometa – RingCentral sync happens in the background, you do not need to be logged into Chrometa or even have Chrometa running on your PC or Mac for the sync to happen.

Happy holidays!

Here is a step-by-step explanation of how you can set up this exciting new feature:

Fist Connect Chrometa and RingCentral from the Integrations page.

Connect RingCentral
Connect RingCentral to Chrometa

Create rules based on the contact name, phone number and/or extension. Your calls are then automatically to the client. You’re just one click away from the Invoices (or exporting to your favorite Invoicing/Practice Management system).

Phone Number Rules
Phone Number Rules

Review your call log in the Timeline and Time Summary views. The time entry contains all the call details you need to invoice your work: the start time, call length and the contact you called or who called you.

RingCentral Phone Call
RingCentral Phone Call

RingCentral Timesheet
RingCentral Timesheet

PS: Our development team is actively working on adding text messages to the sync process. Also keeping the RingCentral address book in sync with the list of clients in Chrometa, so stay tuned to future announcements!

Faster Clio Integration

New Clio Integration

If you’re using Clio for your practice management, integrating Clio with Chrometa streamlines your workflow. The new Clio API is faster, more secure and adds automatic sync with Chrometa thanks to many new useful features like Webhooks, Bulk Actions.

If you’re not yet familiar with Clio, Clio is a practice management system that offers all you need to run a law practice from intake to invoice, with powerful tools to manage cases, clients, documents, bills, calendars reporting, and accounting. Integrating Chrometa with Clio will automatically build your Clio Timesheet.

Clio’s new features that you can directly use from Chrometa include Webhooks and Bulk Actions. With these, syncing is done in real time and is faster; only new and updated matters are imported or updated in Chrometa.

From Account > Integrations, click on Connect under Clio:


Connect to Chrometa to Clio

In Clio, allow Chrometa to access Clio data:

Allow Clio Chrometa Integration


Localizing Chrometa

Tracking in Greek is so easy!

…said no one ever.

This week, we launched Chinese, Hebrew, Russian, Greek and Arabic localization in Chrometa. Our Windows and Mac trackers can now record time spent working on documents in these  languages. Documents can be Word docs, Excel files, websites, emails form Outlook, Gmail and many other apps

Tracking Time in Chinese, Hebrew, Russian, Greek, Arabic, Thai…
Tracking Time in Chinese, Hebrew, Russian, Greek, Arabic, Thai…

Chrometa in Chinese, Hebrew, Russian, Greek, Arabic, Thai…

We also upgraded our clients/projects and rules engines to [link] to allow clients, projects and keywords in different locales.

Clients in Chinese, Hebrew, Russian, Greek, Arabic, Thai…
Clients in Chinese, Hebrew, Russian, Greek, Arabic, Thai…


Your Invoices and Timesheets can be localized 100% in your desired language


Rules in Chinese, Hebrew, Russian, Greek, Arabic, Thai…
Rules in Chinese, Hebrew, Russian, Greek, Arabic, Thai…

Grab our latest versions for Windows and Mac to track in all languages

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The Effective Executive

Chrometa Effective Executive review

                                                                          Be effective, not busy!

What sounds like the memorable “Don’t think! Feel!” Bruce Lee line is actually the main lesson from Peter Drucker’s The Effective Executive. I recently read this classic after finding out it was the number one book recommendation by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Feel!, don't think!

The book is concise and starts with the good news: effectiveness can be learned.
In it, Drucker explains that in his forty-five years of experience he has never seen a natural effective leader or executive. Effectiveness is a skill and we learn it the same way we learn any skill: practice, practice and practice some more. He even lays out the five habits we need to acquire to become more effective.

Habit number one: “Know thy time”

Our most valuable asset is time. Almost anything that is lost can be gained back: money, friendships, health… Once we lose time, it’s gone forever; so, we must learn to optimize it. Drucker lays out the three time management principles: Track, Manage and Consolidate.
Contrary to popular belief, we must track before planning. Tracking our time will reveal the time wasting activities, all those periods of time when we’re not in “Deep Work”mode (another great book by Cal Newport, by the way), checking our emails for the 10th time, toggling between the draft document we have to send and the latest headline from our favorite news website….
At this point I can’t help mentioning Chrometa!
Chrometa will do just that: give you insight on what you and your team are actually doing, shed light on the billable work while also showing an unbiased tally of distractions.

Feel!, don't think!

Distraction is unfortunately the norm, not the exception. According to this survey, the average worker wastes up to three hours a day. That’s 759 hours each year!
This is not only affecting business revenue but also employee motivation, which has a cost in the long run.
Once we have a clear picture of our time, we need to find out how to better manage it. This starts with eliminating all the time wasters.  In the words of Tai Lopez: “Double down on what works, crush what doesn’t!”
And finally consolidate: we must create large time blocks during which we focus on one single activity, which is what Drucker calls “deep work”. I was actually surprised to find out that Drucker recommends half a day to two weeks of deep work. Then I remembered that my most productive days are those when I worked on one thing only, until completion.


Habit number two: “What can I contribute?”

To be effective, we must ask ourselves: what should we be effective at? What is expected from us in our job, by our customers, coworkers or hierarchy? And how are our actions going to benefit others? Answering these questions helps us define the “why” of business strategy:
How are we adding value to our customers?
How are we keeping our employees motivated, happy and productive?
How are we increasing the owner’s return on investment?


Habit number three: “Making Strength Productive”

Abraham Lincoln famously said that “if the only weakness of General Grant is him drinking then I will gladly send him a case of his favorite drink, just as long as he keeps on winning”. In today’s world, this translates into assigning the most qualified person to each position. Rather than trying to minimize any weaknesses among our teams, we should maximize the existing strengths until all weaknesses become irrelevant.

Lincoln Grant Drink

Obviously there are some weaknesses that need to be addressed, chief among them are the lack of integrity and character.

Habit number four: “First Things First”

This habit is so powerful that Stephen Covet mentions it in his bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and wrote a whole book titled First Things First. It’s a simple and powerful habit: do the first things first, second things? Not at all!
To get into “Deep Work” mode during the long time chunks Drucker recommends, we need to put all our focus and energy in getting the most important thing done. It means being clear about our priorities and acting on them. This is easier said than done, but with practice and some simple tools, we can master this habit. I particularly like the “Time Management Matrix” (aka “Eisenhower Matrix”, after the 34th President of the United States who created this matrix; Stephen Covey later popularized it with “The 4 Quadrants” technique)
The general idea is to categorize your planned activities within one of the four quadrants in the illustration below.

Productivity Quadrant

QUADRANT 1 (Q1):  urgent AND important
Examples include: fire drills, deadlines, client/deal emergency, etc.
Best practice: avoid by being proactive (Q2) and manage effectively & efficiently once the Q1 event arises.
QUADRANT 3 (Q3):  urgent, time-consuming, but with no real purpose or tangible result
Q3 events typically lead to frustration, fatigue and a sense of uselessness
Examples include: email interruptions, useless reports, long-winded meetings, etc.
Best practice: avoid completely.
QUADRANT 4 (Q4): complete time-wasters
An hour spent in Q4 is an hour gone with nothing of value contributed to yourself or anyone else
Examples include: TV, gossip, social media, pointless Youtube videos
Best practice: include (for a “mental break”) but limit extensively.
QUADRANT 2 (Q2): This is where you want to spend most of your time. It’s pro-active and value-additive to yourself and your environment (work, family, social circles).
Examples include:productive work,quality time with friends and family, proactivity, meditation, working out, proper nutrition, relationship building, reading & education, creativity, etc.
Best practice: spend the vast majority of your time in Q2.
This is obviously a simplified way to categorize activities as each task could also be judged by the level of required effort, available resources (delegating work to your staff for example), complexity etc. It is good to notice thoughthat we usually spend so much time and energy in Q1 that we get burned out and seek relaxation in Q4. So next time we found ourselves in Q4, let’s quickly shift to Q2.

And finally habit number five: “Better decision making”

I dreaded reading this chapter at first. Business articles about decision-making processes tend to be complex, long and boring but this one was a nice surprise and could be summed up in three words: Less is More.
Drucker states that effective executives make fewer decisions by identifying what he calls “Boundary Conditions”. In layman’s terms it means to find the one decision that makes the rest easier or irrelevant.
Drucker relays the story of New York power outages in 1965. One night, The New York Times had to move their printing over to New Jersey. This left them with only an hour and a half to print the papers. However, just as the paper was going to press, the executive editor and his assistants began arguing about the hyphenation of a single word. This argument took 48 minutes to resolve, so, in the end, only half of the press run could be completed. While to most this seems like an egregious waste of time, the boundary conditions of the paper were: The New York Times is the standard-bearer for American English grammar. In this light, the decision was correct and aligned with the values of the organization.
What a great way to end the book: boundary conditions help us make effective decisions once (and only once) as we concentrate our energy (first things first) on making our strengths so strong we make the best contribution to our organization.
So join us here to identify your time wasters (dreaded Q4 quadrant) and take an honest look at how you and your team spend the day, plan accordingly and play on your team’s strengths to make this an effective and happy day!

Turn your correspondence with clients into billable hours

Email to Billable hours


Based on millions of billable hours collected by Chrometa (approaching
1 billion 🙂 ),
our research team found that email reading and writing accounts for up to a third of the total billable time.

Chrometa records time spent reading, replying and composing emails from any device, whether you are using

Gmail or MacMail.

Then a rule is applied to file the email under a client or project. This is the step that we recently removed to
make timekeeping at painless as possible.

Automatic Timesheet

Clients and Projects can have email addresses and phone numbers. When you add/update and email address to a
client/project, Chrometa will automatically move time entries with the email address to the client.

Same thing applies to phone numbers, phone calls and text messages sent or received from your clients are
automatically filed under the client’s timesheet.

All this is done through an auto generated rule: For each phone number and email address, a rule is created and
applies to new entries. As with any rule, it can be
applied to past entries.

When you remove an email address, Chrometa stops moving time entries to the project

Timesheets from the past

Outlook from the past in Chrometa; Credit: slamiticon

Microsoft Outlook activity has always been a good indicator of how much time you spend working on a project or matter: the work you do on any given day is very often linked to the emails you read and compose; the meetings in Outlook calendar are time spent working for a client.

With the Chrometa add-in for Outlook, time spent on emails you are reading, composing or replying to is automatically captured.

Now what if you wanted to go back in time, i.e. before Chrometa was on your PC? Well, thanks to Outlook exports, this is now possible!

When an Outlook app – such as Outlook 2016 – is installed on your computer, you can use it to move emails, contacts, and calendar items from one email account to another. With Chrometa, you can use this export feature to create a timesheet. Here’s how:

First export Outlook items by creating a .pst file, which is an Outlook Data File that contains your messages and other Outlook items and is saved on your computer. You can select the primary Inbox or any other folder (filtered by an email address for e.g., or a date range …)

  1. On the File menu, point to New, and then click Outlook Data File.
  2. Click Office Outlook Personal Folders File (.pst), and then click OK.
  3. In the Create or Open Outlook Data File dialog box, in the File name box, type a name for the file, and then click OK.

Select then the pst file in Chrometa: Click on “PST File”
And finally click on “Process” , your emails are now time entries in Chrometa!

To turn on automatic categorization, add email addresses to your Chrometa clients and Chrometa will assign each email to the correct client.

Chrometa App for Android: Automatic syncing is here!

Android Time is Money
Credits: http://www.technologyace.com/

As professionals, we all know how important being able to log professional calls is. After all, we spend up to 30 hours of our work time on calls and text messages each month. Considering that professionals charge an average of $150 per hour, I’ll let you do the math (yup, you are right, that’s roughly $5,000)! Those hours are hours that MUST be tracked and logged. So, with that goal in mind, we set to create a Chrometa app for Android that logged phone calls and text messages, and assigned them to the relevant clients and/or matters. And the app did just that!. The challenge, though? We needed to remember to open the app on our phones and tap the “sync phone calls” button (when we needed the calls synced with our account)! With our crazy workloads and schedules and with timekeeping often being such a tedious task, having to remember to do all that was definitely not ideal.

Worry no more! The new version of our Chrometa app for Android now automatically syncs your call and text history for you. Every two hours, your calls and texts are automatically sent to your online Chrometa account, where, as per the rules you created, they are automatically assigned to the relevant client.

If you already have the Chrometa app on your Android smartphone, simply go to the Playstore and update the app.
If you do not have the Chrometa app on your Android smartphone yet and wish to install it, go to the Playstore and search for “Chrometa”, then click on “install”.

We are pretty sure that this update will make your billing process a little easier and save you some valuable time but feel free to share your thoughts about it with us.

With the new version of our Chrometa app for Android, you don’t have to lift a finger! Well, actually, you do, but only to make a call or write a text ;)!