Search for non-work related activities and mark them as unproductive.
Regularly review the apps your team uses and the websites they visit. Mark them as productive or unproductive to generate the best reports.
Create your own categories of used programs and visited websites or use predefined lists. Well-set categories will allow you to identify activities faster.
Create teams and assign employees to them. This will enable you to quickly verify and visualize the productivity of each team.
Use event tagging to visualize productivity
Check the efficiency of work on the visualization of the average productivity of the entire company or team for a selected day, week or month.
Tagging application and site types will allow you to create lists of the tools you use by day, team and individual employee.
View productive and unproductive time by individual employee. See who stands out and who needs to improve their commitment.
Analyze behaviors and find out exactly what the team is doing.
The program records activities with an accuracy of a second. Thanks to this, you will capture unproductive activities, even if the employee tries to hide them well.
Check recorded events if in doubt. Verify details in the log if aggregate visualizations show ambiguous activity.
Use the precision of event registration and prevent incidents. Prevent the use of unwanted applications and work calmly.