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I have a new app! Yes, it is another timecard app, but it is free up front so everybody should try it! Video Demonstration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxkxMsfPSAU iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/timecard-buddy/id1101203997?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.newendian.android.timecardbuddyfree&hl=en Also I have a new website: http://www.newendian.com
Hey everybody. Just want to check in with you guys after a few months of Timecard Buddy going full scale. Let me know if there's anything you guys want to see in particular for the future. And it is important to see what kind of enthusiasm there is for different features and suggestions. Best, James
Hey y'all. I've been introducing my latest app, Timecard Buddy, to larger and larger groups of people, and I wanted to open up the discussion here. My aim is to completely replace the paper timecard but there are a lot of use cases out there so I need feedback. Free to download; you can find the app links as well as an overview video on my revamped website: https://newendian.squarespace.com/timecard-buddy/ And I'll ask, what do you like and dislike about the current timecard apps: TV Timecard, Crew Time Card, and Wrap Time? For those who haven't started using a timecard app, what has been your hesitation?
Hello again, ladies and gentlemen! I just wanted to announce here first that we just released our latest app, TV Timecard. To keep it simple, this app is designed to give you the fastest, most reliable and least cumbersome interface to keep track of your hours while on set. It's specifically meant to NOT keep up with your rates and perform other calculations that you either don't need or don't want to do. So if you're looking for something that does everything the accounting department would do, look elsewhere. Some people do want that, but I didn't. I built this out of frustration in dealing with existing timecard apps, "Notes" and other methods of keeping track of my hours. To me, they were all very clunky and inefficient. I wasn't interested in setting up a job, title, payrate, etc. each time I started a new shoot. I just wanted the bare bones package of keeping up with my times; and possibly more importantly, writing them down on my timecard at the end of the week. So here you have an app that is super easy to enter your daily times and super easy to view your times for the entire week. It's a tap here and a tap there and you're done. I think/hope y'all will like it. I've been testing it thoroughly for the past few months and have all the bugs worked out. I've also integrated Crashlytics, which automatically generates anonymous reports on any fatal errors a user might experience to help quickly solve any issues that may arise. I've attached some screenshots for convenience, but feel free to go to the app's page here or download on your iPhone here. It's $1.99 in the App Store for iOS devices. There's also a $0.99 in-app purchase available to allow for multiple users (if an AC wants to keep track of the DPs hours). If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask. I'll be following this posting. Select which day you want to keep track of Just tap on the desired field and it will insert the current time, or if it's lunch it'll automatically advance to 6hrs after call. All are adjustable, obviously. To fill out your paper timecard, select the week you want. You'll get all of your weekly times on one screen You can also create a simple PDF to e-mail or send the times as text via e-mail or text message Preview the PDF in app View of some settings. You can also backup everything via Dropbox (more services to be added later hopefully)