Add Timer Button to G Suite

Complete these two simple steps to enable time tracking in G Suite.

It takes no more than 3 minutes to set up.

1. Sign Up to TMetric

Time tracking app with advanced billing and reporting features

2. Install Browser Extension

Browser add-on for TMetric that allows one-click time tracking for G Suite

Now login to your Google account and start tracking.

G Suite Apps available for time tracking

Track time of scheduled events in Google Calendar

Now it is much easier to monitor spent time on meetings and business trips scheduled in Google Calendar. You can find TMetric timer button by clicking on any calendar event.

See how much time is spent on reading and writing emails in Gmail

TMetric time tracking integration with Gmail helps to measure your productivity level if you use email correspondence extensively in your daily communications with clients.

Monitor time spent on investigating your notes in Google Keep

Any note can be a task or a to-do list which might take too much time to complete. If you in a pursuit after productivity even in completing your notes, then TMetric will definitely help you.

Track time and manage your Google Inbox like a PRO

This integration will be useful for people who spent a lot of time reading huge mails in their inboxes. The TMetric timer button integrated right inside every mail you read, so you can start to track reading time right inside your email.

Stay focused working with Google Docs

Track how much time you spend writing/translating/proofreading articles or creating reports in Google Docs.

How to Use Time Tracking In G Suite

1. Time Tracking in Google Calendar. How it works

After you create or open an event in Google Calendar, you will see the TMetric Start timer button as shown in the screenshot below.

Click the button, and the time spent on a calendar event will be logged in your TMetric account. Notice that the Start timer button changes to the Stop timer button and displays the time spent on the calendar event. 

The event appears on the Tracker page in the TMetric web application. The name of the event is the same as in Google Calendar.

2. Time Tracking in GMail. How it works

When you open an email in your GMail account you will see a small TMetric timer button right near the title of the email. See a screenshot below.

 

Click the button, and the time spent on reading or writing the selected email will be logged in your TMetric account.

3. Time Tracking in Google Keep. How it works 

After an installation of TMetric plugin, all your Keep notes will have TMetric timer icon just beneath the note description field. Open any note you want to track and you will see the timer button like on a screenshot below.

Click the timer button and all your time spent on this note will be logged in TMetric. Also, you can easily navigate back to your Keep account right from TMetric main interface just by clicking a small icon near the note title. 

 

4. Time Tracking in Google Inbox. How it works 

To start tracking time in Google Inbox click on any email in the list of emails and you will see TMetric timer button in the right upper corner of the selected email. 

Clicking on a Start Timer button will create a time entry in TMetric which will record your email reading time. 

5. Time Tracking in Google Docs. How it works 

After successful integration with Google Docs you will find TMetric button in the upper toolbar of Google Docs interface. 

Click the timer button and all your time spent working on this document will be logged in TMetric. Also, you can easily navigate back to your document right from TMetric main interface just by clicking a small icon near the note title.