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I'm looking for time tracking (standalone or inside a GTD app) with the following features:

  • time tracking (adding items manually)
  • multiple-level (>2) hierarchy of tasks (or categories)
  • analysis/reports

Do you know any?

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App recommendations aren't a good fit here. (FAQ) What have you already tried and why didn't it work for you? –  Al E. Oct 18 '12 at 17:16

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Gleeo does this. The one downside in my experience is that you can't track multiple tasks at once; switching to a new task automatically stops what you were previously recording. (But you can manually add/edit entries as well.)

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Thanks for the answer. I installed the app, but couldn't find how to create a deep hierarchy of projects and tasks. I only managed to create flat list of projects and flat list of tasks attached to them. It's a simple 2 level hierarchy, but I need a more complex one. Am I missing something? –  Denis Golomazov Jan 14 '12 at 10:30
    
My bad -- I missed the greater than symbol in your question! It's possible that the Klokk Android app might do deeper hierarchies. The desktop app does. –  sheepeeh Jan 15 '12 at 21:07
    
I failed to find any apps by 'klokk' query (both on the market and on the Web). Could you provide a link? –  Denis Golomazov Jan 16 '12 at 3:08

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