JTimeTracker serves to track your work hours. It does not force you to use a stop watch approach (measure the time you spend on various tasks by starting/stopping a timer). Instead, it asks you in configurable intervals what you've done and creates a logbook entry from your answers.
If you wish, you can create different templates for logbook entries, in case you e.g. wish to record different data items for different projects.
JTimeTracker can export all collected data to MS Excel (tm) files for further analysis. Additionally, some basic bar charts are available within JTimeTracker, e.g. work hours per day/week/month/year or work hours per kind of logbook entry (e.g., per project).
What's New in This Release:
· A tutorial (including screenshots) to demonstrate how to use JTimeTracker properly: define and use templates, evaluate results.
· The log should be editable to assist in recording entries. Suggested implementation by the requester: to be able to edit begin time, end time, and duration of entries.
·  Release 0.3.10: Cannot add enumeration value to empty table
· It was not possible to add an enumeration value to an empty enumeration value table. The button was greyed out.
·  JTimeTracker 0.3.10 doesn't start
· Running under JDK 1.5, a malformed URL prevented internal copying of the logbook.