Integrating Timer into Web Apps

Easily integrate the TMetric timer into your favorite web app to be able to track your working time without leaving the app. All you need to do is to install the TMetric browser extension. The extension adds the TMetric button on a relevant section of your web app interface. TMetric supports integration with a large number of web applications, such as Asana, GitHub, GitLab, Jira, Pivotal Tracker, Redmine, Todoist, Trello, UserVoice, You Track, and much more. 

Once you install the TMetric browser extension, you will be able to track your time for external tasks with just one click. Let's say you use JIRA. When you click the TMetric button, the time spent on JIRA task is automatically synchronized with your TMetric account in real time. 

How it works

Let's take a look at a JIRA issue. JIRA is a popular system used by many software developers for project planning and tracking. After you install TMetric browser extension, you will see the Start Timer button in every single Jira issue.

To start tracking time in JIRA, the Start timer button. After that, the Start timer button changes to the Stop timer button and displays the time you spent on the task.    

JIRA start timer button

Behind the scene, while you are still in JIRA, a new time entry with the description and ID of the JIRA item is created in TMetric. If you go to TMetric, you will see the time entry on the timesheet with the ID being a link to the Jira issue page. You can click the link to open the issue on the Jira dashboard.

Jira entry