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Productivity is all about time management, but you can’t manage your time if you don’t actually know how you spend it.
RescueTime works in the background on your computer, phone, or tablet to analyze and show you how you spend your time. It records and categorizes everything you do on your computer, phone, or tablet, then shares the results with you.
RescueTime shows you where you spend your time, what apps and websites distract you most, what times of day you are most or least productive, how much time you spend on particular categories, and much more.
By using RescueTime for yourself or your team, you can gain a deeper understanding of your own digital habits, where your time goes, your ideal schedule, and how to make your team more productive by boosting motivation and making changes to how you work.
RescueTime offers three plans for individuals and teams. RescueTime Lite and RescueTime Premium are intended for individuals, and RescueTime for Orgs is intended for businesses with multiple users/team members.
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RescueTime is an amazing productivity tool that can help individuals, teams, and businesses to improve how they work. Whether you work for yourself, are part of a team or company, or own your own business, RescueTime can help you regain control of your own time. As an individual, you can track how you use your time and learn to more productively allocate your time and energy.
As a team, you can see how much time is being spent on specific projects, identify distractions, and develop a deeper understanding of how to schedule for enhanced productivity. RescueTime is for anyone that wants to understand their own habits, develop new ones, and take control of their time.
“In this age of distraction, being able to focus for a long period of time on a single task is a competitive advantage few people have. RescueTime helps me identify not just how I spend my time but also when I’m most likely to do my best work each day.”