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What are people using to track their time that functions in tandem with OmniFocus?

I'm desperate and interested in _any_ form of integration, but Ideally what I really want is just a little icon in my task tray/menu bar that has a drop down menu automatically populated with OmniFocus tasks, each with a little timer and button for start/pause/mark complete. Then whenever I wanted I could get a summary of time on each task. If I've got to set it up by syncing through iCal/BusyCal/whatever I'm willing to try that... I just can't find a succinct solution.
 
My current solution, which is not as lightweight as what you describe, is to use Spootnik to sync with Basecamp, and then I use TimeThis (and there are many tools that do it) to capture time and sync it to basecamp.

I agree that the sine qua non of a useful OF time tracking system is that it autopopulates with the OF project and task. There's just no sense writing that stuff down twice. It's made my timekeeping (I'm a lawyer) vastly better.

But something simpler, as you describe, ought not to be that hard.
 
 


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