The productivity tool, TrackingTime, added support for Microsoft’s To Do service this week. This new integration, which just works with the web version of Microsoft To Do for now, allows users to track the time spent on individual tasks by selecting a new timer icon that gets automatically added to the To Do web interface once the appropriate account connections are made.
The time tracking feature for Microsoft To Do is made possible via a new browser extension which is available for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft’s own Edge browser. Best of all, this functionality is available to all TrackingTime users including those on the free plan.
[Update Alert⚡️] Amazing #news! We have a new integration with @MicrosoftToDo ????Now you can track your time right from your tasks in #Microsoft To Do???? isn't it cool? https://t.co/lNLYtDDHbi pic.twitter.com/Kx2L97gcpx
— TrackingTime (@trackingtime) January 25, 2022
TrackingTime is a workload and time reporting tool that supports integration with a massive number of popular productivity apps and services. It supports several Microsoft tools such as Azure DevOps, GitHub, Microsoft Planner, Outlook.com, and Microsoft Teams. TrackingTime can be used for free though those wanting to collaborate with more than three users will need to upgrade to the $5 monthly plan.