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Timing 2022.3

Daniel Alm has released Timing 2022.3, adding a new Easy mode for reports (which can be switched back to Advanced mode at any time). The Easy mode offers a live preview that shows which columns will end up in the exported report, adds sorting by title or project, and enables grouping by the top or second-level project. The time and productivity tracking app also adds an option to play a sound when a timer’s estimated duration has ended, hides calendar events longer than 20 hours, improves VoiceOver/Accessibility support for picking date ranges, adds basic support for tracking URLs in the Orion browser and SigmaOS, and improves the reliability of AppleScript-based tracking. Note that the next feature update for Timing will likely require macOS 10.15 Catalina or later. ($42/$66/$96 annual subscriptions, free update for current subscribers, in Setapp, 28 MB, release notes, macOS 10.14+)

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