Timecard is a free open source time tracking application for Linux, Mac OS, and Windows. With this time card app, you can track and find the time you spend on your tasks. This is a simple and easy-to-use app. You can access the app from the application window or system tray. Comes with start / pause and stop timer options. It is released under the “new” or “revised” license of the BSD3-Clause. You can also save logs with activity notes and sort and edit time log entries. It also comes with exit protection to prevent accidental closing of the app.
Install Timecard on Ubuntu
Timecard is available as a flatpak and python package. Easy to install from the command line terminal app.
Install Timecard via Flatpak
First, install flatpak and flathub on your system. If you don’t have one, follow the link below to install it. Reboot the system after installing flatpak.
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How to install flatpak and flathub
Open a terminal application. You can open it from the application list or ctrl + alt + t. Then run the Timecard flatpak installation command. The latest Timecard app will be installed on your Ubuntu system.
flatpak install flathub com.codemouse92.timecard
You can run Timecard with the following flatpak command.
flatpak run com.codemouse92.timecard
Install the time card via PIP.
You can also install Timecard via the pip Python Package Manager. To do this, you first need to install pip on your system. Follow the links below to install Pip.
How to install pip
Then open the terminal app and run it under the Timecard install command.
sudo pip install Timecard-App