Hi,,,,,,,,,It would be really nice to have _official_ ff-3.5 support. The time tracker has really helped me to keep tab on the time I spend on the net......and draw a line when to stop. So plz update the version for the new firefox 3.5
Just what I need to keep track of unproductive browsing! Thanks for helping me keep my life in balance.
Pretty good, but it doesn't track time when I'm playing some online games. It shows I've online been online for the past 27 minutes as opposed to the 1.5 hours I know I've been on.
Pretty scary stats when you see how much time you actually spend browsing. Makes me wonder whether I should have installed it at all :) ps I have only been online for 968 hours since 07/22/2008
Muy Bueno Gracias...
Tracks the total browser window time but not the individual tabs/site times. Doesn't understand ietab is a browser tab and doesn't track time in ie tab.
Can this be replaced in the toolbar instead of the status bar? thanks
I'm sure offices and whatnot can find a use for is, but for a home user and internet addict like myself, just gawking at the hundreds of hours I put into the internet is quite interesting.
The only thing I could ask for is some way for it to carry over from one computer to the next. Kind of like FoxMarks does with bookmarks. Make it happen? You would be awesome if you did. :P
This plug is very useful for our company...
Interesting to see, but the data isn't always that useful
Had my computer on for 4 hours today, 1 1/2 of them I was on ff. The clock had me marked for 7.
This time tracker has me logged at 54 hours today and it was 30 20 minutes ago
How to delete?
Excellent add-on! I think is so much better if you can put close-timer for Firefox feature (so I can stop surfing becoz I'm so addicted!) in the next version.
Thank you for helping me to get my life back! Awesome extension! Didn't realize how much time I wasted online!
very good for controlling surfing time.thanks
I really need to introduce this to the rest of the office. I think this will increase profits by a huge margin!
Once you add the "get back to work" alarm (or even better, a freeze/snooze period), I predict that this little app will increase global productivity by a noticeable amount.
Once these planned features are implemented, this
will be an amazing tool for tracking browser time use.
You guys are on the right track.
- Track time individually for specified sites
- Get back to work alarm
I have a habit of clicking from link to link when I'm reading articles. Even wikipedia. This is a lifesaver! (in terms of time)
Pretty scary stats when you see how much time you actually spend browsing. Makes me wonder whether I should have installed it at all :)
Funny program:D Use it 18 ours now, following that thing:xD Oke 1:23:56 there is standing now:D
This is a good little addon which makes sure all you web addicts out there don't get carried away. I personally find this useful when I'm at work since I tend to spend too much time on the web
A "back to work" alarm would be great, but I'm stubborn and addicted to web surfing enough that I will ignore the alarms.
Maybe you could also add a mechanism to close firefox (or just redirect you to a predetermined site) if you ignore too many back-to-work alarms. It could block non-whitelisted sites for 30 minutes afterward or something like that. Or it could just force you to enter a password to unlock firefox (or just the non-whitelisted pages).
If these features were added, this add-on would literally change my life.
I added this a few weeks ago and thought that maybe I had just forgot to 'start' the clock but I have tried many times since and I still can't get it to work - I don't even know what it should look like when it is working,
I was looking forward to be able to 'track' how long I spent my time "hanging out on the net" so instead I get on the comp and fall into that BIG BLACK HOLE!!!! - AGAIN N AGAIN N AGAIN