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Connect TMetric with 1000+ popular apps in just a few clicks, without any coding with Make integration


Time tracking in 1000+ web services

  • Simple integration, which will take a little time to configure
  • Timer button is integrated into each task in every web service 
  • No need to stop timer before switching to another task
Time tracking in 1000+ web services

Backlinks to any web service from TMetric

  • Each time entry contains a backlink to a web service task
  • Web service projects are mapped to TMetric projects
  • Web service labels are automatically assigned to time entries
Backlinks to any web service from TMetric

Powerful Time Reports

  • See the time of your team in one place
  • Group, sort, and filter reports
  • Export time reports and invoice your clients
Powerful Time Reports

How to Integrate TMetric with 1000+ web services via Make

This guide explains how to integrate TMetric with 1000+ third-party web services via Make - a visual platform that lets you design, build and automate anything – from simple tasks to complex workflows - in minutes.


  • TMetric Account - Free or Paid
  • Make Account - Free or Paid

Both TMetric and Make accounts have free and paid plans - see the TMetric pricing page and Make pricing page for more info.

Sign up for a TMetric account

  1. Follow the TMetric sign up link.
  2. Fill in the form and create an account.

Or log into your existing TMetric account.

Sign up for a Make account

  1. Follow the Make sign up link.
  2. Fill in the form and create an account.

Available triggers and actions

TMetric provides the following triggers and actions for Make.


New Task triggers when a new task is added to a specified project.


Start Timer action starts the timer in a specified TMetric account.

Create Task action creates a task in a specified TMetric account.

Create Time Entry action creates a time entry in a specified TMetric account.

And many more available here.

Configuring a Make

Make allows building an integration between two or more services, which runs automatically on the Make platform.

Configuring it is a pretty straightforward process. On-screen instructions provide assistance. To get started, you can choose a TMetric template to help you get started, or build your own from scratch. Make empowers creators across all business areas, sizes, and backgrounds to build solutions to workplace challenges.

Configuring a Make

Try TMetric Scenarios powered by Make.


If you need more instructions or you have issues, we recommend contacting the Make Support team.

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