Lexington, Kentucky – Steven Riggs today is proud to announce the release of TimeTable 3 for macOS. TimeTable allows you to easily export macOS Calendar data and analyze and total the number of hours recorded on your calendars.
This release adds 6 new features:
* Supports macOS 10.10 Yosemite and higher
* Improved user interface
* New Calendar Groups feature
* Improved locking behavior in calendar timeframe selection
* Resizable text and notes export views
* Date selection now behaves like Calendar app
Why not use the macOS Calendar app for more than just scheduling?
You already plan your life with macOS Calendar. TimeTable is the easy way to get that information out of your calendars so you can use it with other applications.
TimeTable makes it simple to track and bill for your time without keeping a second record outside of your calendars. You can find trends in your calendars by searching the details of your events and viewing the average, maximum and minimum times you have spent.
TimeTable can export this data to email, text or comma separated values to use the results in other tools like email, invoicing, time tracking or spreadsheet applications.
Events are edited and stored in the macOS Calendar app. TimeTable reads the events directly from the calendars in real time based on the timeframe selected. Since TimeTable only reads Calendar app data, there is nothing to save or backup. This makes it perfect for tracking and billing without keeping a second record outside of the Calendar app.
* macOS Version 10.10 Yosemite or later
* 6 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
TimeTable 3 is on sale 50% off for a limited time for $9.99 (USD) for single license. Test drive TimeTable 3 today! Download a full featured 14 day trial. Volume discounts are also available. TimeTable 3 is also available on the Mac App Store.
Steven Riggs is an independent software developer whose passion for the Mac platform is only exceeded by his aim to craft incredibly useful software, with a focus on total customer satisfaction. Based in Lexington, Steven works as a Senior Systems Engineer for University of Kentucky Healthcare. Copyright 2007-2017 Steven Riggs. All Rights Reserved. Apple, Calendar, the Apple logo, and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.Click here for reuse options!
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