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.
You may sign up for a new Time Doctor 2 account here: www.timedoctor.com/td2
Let’s start with a comparison of the features available in both products:
You’ll find a comparison of some major features below.
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.
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.
For some integrations, we send tracked time back to that integration:
Note: The Time Doctor extension is available for Google Chrome and most Chromium-based browsers only.
Supported Operating Systems
Supported Web Browsers
For Website & Application tracking, below are the supported browsers
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.
If you'd like to try out Time Doctor Classic, please reach out to our support team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.