This article will show you the different features that are available in Time Doctor Classic and in Time Doctor 2 to help you make the correct decision when choosing the product that better suits your needs.
Time Doctor 2 is a newer product created by the same company as Time Doctor Classic. You’re welcome to try both applications and see which you prefer. They both offer a 14-day free trial.
Time Doctor Classic: www.timedoctor.com/tdclassic
Time Doctor 2: www.timedoctor.com/td2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Other Features
- Features Included in Each Time Doctor 2 Subscription Plan
- Supported Operating Systems
- Supported Web Browsers
Let’s start with a comparison of the features available in both products:
Here is a comparison of the reports between the two products. Each of these reports offers different insights into user’s work.
|Report||Time Doctor Classic||Time Doctor 2|
This report shows the total time worked, idle minutes/seconds, time spent on unproductive websites and applications, and manual and mobile time.
This report allows a manager to see who was absent or late each day and the reason(s) why. You can also view the user’s start time for their shift, the shift length, and break time within the shift along with the reasons for being absent and/or late provided by the users.
Same as the report in Time Doctor Classic. This report allows a manager to see who was absent or late each day and the reason(s) why. You can also view the user’s start time for their shift, the shift length, and break time within the shift.
This report gives you one place to export data from all different reports for the selected users/groups within the time range you’ve selected. You can choose to export data ranging from basics, such as emails, employee IDs, total time worked, and so on, to more granular data, such as manual and mobile time percentages, productive and unproductive time, idle minutes/seconds, etc.
This is the first page/report you’ll see when you log in. As an admin/manager, you’ll have access to the latest screenshots taken for online users, the low activity percentages over the last seven days, see which users are online and tracking time, the total time worked by users, and the timeline view of the user’s work hours in a day or over a week.
This is the first page/report you’ll see when you log in. As an admin, you can view the team dashboard and the user dashboard.
Team Dashboard: You can select users or groups and view the data accordingly. You can view details, such as time worked, productive and unproductive time, trends, top users and projects, users with the highest number of hours worked, and users with the greatest amount of low activity.
User Dashboard: You can view the data based on the single user you select. This will show you total time worked, idle minutes, productive and unproductive time, timeline view for the selected time period, and top used websites and applications.
This report shows the total time tracked via the mobile application, pin locations on a map tracked when the user was tracking time, the user’s city, the nearest address to the user’s location, and how many times the location was checked for the user when tracking time from the mobile application.
Available as Timesheet report
This report shows the total hours worked within the selected time period. You can expand user details to see hours worked by that user each day within the selected time period.
Poor Time Use
The report shows when users visit websites that may not be work related. The reason why these websites are labeled “potential poor time use” is that some, such as Facebook and YouTube, are sometimes used for work.
Note: These websites and applications can’t be customized as productive or unproductive.
Only websites that are used for 10 minutes or more are included in this report.
This is available as part of the Web & App Usage report.
Projects & Tasks Report
This report is a very helpful way for a company to review how much time is being spent on a given project, tasks, and by whom.
This report shows the total hours worked on a project. You can also expand the project details to see the hours worked by the user(s) on the selected project and tasks for the selected time period.
Timesheets are a simple way to display the total number of hours worked for selected users across a range of dates (or on a single day).
An updated version of this is available as the Hours Tracked report.
This shows the total time worked for one or more users. It also indicates how many working hours were received by each task and its associated project.
This report shows the complete detailed breakdown of a single day’s activity for a chosen user or users.
This report shows who’s currently online and tracking time; either the name of the latest task the users are working on or how long it’s been since they last tracked time; the total time worked for the day; and the start time and end time for their workday. You can also view a detailed report of the user’s daily activities from start time to end time and the breaks taken in between. You can view this for the selected users or team over the selected time period.
Web & App Usage
This report shows the total time tracked on each individual website and application as well as the total time spent on each within the selected time frame and for the selected users.
This report shows the trends for the user’s total productive and unproductive time. You can also view the total computer time, the URLs of the websites visited, the names of the applications used while tracking time, and the total time spent on these websites and applications.
You’ll find a comparison of some major features below.
|Features||Sub Features||Time Doctor Classic||Time Doctor 2|
(for Chrome OS)
On the product roadmap
Client Login Feature
Client access feature (as Guest)
White label feature
A silent monitoring option
(Monitor all activity when the machine is on)
Start tracking automatically when the employee logs on to their computer
Supports Windows, macOS, Ubuntu/Linux
(For Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and above)
Daily summary email report
Weekly summary email report
|Yes||On the product roadmap|
Groups (Teams) Feature
User Login Management
Single sign-on (Okta and MS Azure)
(Interactive users only)
Add/edit manual time
Review/approve manual time
(For admins and managers)
Mass Deployment of the Application
MS Active Directory Group Policy
Remote desktop servers
Windows Active Directory
(Android and IOS)
Projects & Tasks
The option to track time without selecting a task
Option for users to create tasks for themselves
Tracking time on tasks and projects
Screen video recording
Individual timezone settings for each user
|View tracked time in the user’s timezone in the desktop application||No||Yes|
Web & App Tracking
Pop-ups to remind the user that they’re using websites or applications that might not be work-related
The ability to select which websites and applications are productive or unproductive
Track individual pages visited on each website, not just the root domains as well as application window titles
Track user’s website and application activity
Work schedules and attendance report
Features Included in Each Time Doctor 2 Subscription Plan
The features in Time Doctor 2 are limited based on the subscription plan you choose. Below is a table to compare the plans and the features included in each.
|Time Tracking||Time Tracking||Time Tracking|
|Tasks and projects||Tasks and projects||Tasks and projects|
|Unlimited Screenshots||Unlimited Screenshots||Unlimited Screenshots|
|Activity Tracking||Activity Tracking||Activity Tracking|
|3-day Support||Track Apps and URLs||Track Apps and URLs|
|1 Group / Department||Payroll||Payroll|
|1-month data storage||60+ Chrome Extension Integrations||60+ Chrome Extension Integrations|
|24 hours support||Client Login Access|
|Up to 3 Groups / Teams. Extra Groups are charges separately||VIP Support|
|6 months data storage||Concierge account setup|
|Video Screen Recording|
|Unlimited Groups / Teams|
|Unlimited Data Storage|
You can find more details about the pricing plans here.
Native Integration: Pre-built Time Doctor integrations in which the tasks assigned to you on the platform (e.g., Jira, Asana, etc.) are automatically synced with the Time Doctor application as tasks so that you can track time to these tasks.
Chrome Extension Integration: A pre-built Chrome extension that integrates with the platform you use (e.g., Jira, Asana, etc.). It adds a “Start Timer” button to tasks inside the platform. You can click on the “Start Timer” button to track time on these tasks without leaving the platform.
|Integration||Time Doctor Classic||Time Doctor 2|
Doesn't support native integrations
For some integrations, we send tracked time back to that integration:
|Integration||Time Doctor Classic||Time Doctor 2|
Note: The Time Doctor extension is available for Google Chrome and most Chromium-based browsers only.
Supported Operating Systems
|Operating System||Time Doctor Classic||Time Doctor 2|
|macOS||OS X 10.13 and above||OS X 10.13 and above|
|Ubuntu||14.04 LTS and above||16.04 LTS and above|
|Chrome OS||Yes||On the Product roadmap|
Supported Web Browsers
For Website & Application tracking, below are the supported browsers
|Web Browser||Time Doctor Classic||Time Doctor 2|
|All Chromium-based browsers||Yes||Yes|
|All other browsers||Yes||Yes|
Note: The web browsers shouldn’t be run in a private mode as that may lead to some issues with the website and application tracking.