Automate timetracking with GotDone using your WakaTime data

This is a guest post by Timm Stokke from GotDone. WakaTime is awesome. I love that I don’t have to worry about starting and stopping timers to measure how long I spent programming. Since WakaTime auto…

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Get Team Coding Updates with WakaTime in Microsoft Office 365

In the past week, we extended our integrations support to Microsoft Office 365 with Office 365 Connectors! Office 365 is a modern cloud-based productivity suite for businesses of all sizes. WakaTime's…

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Connect your WakaTime to GitLab

We've added support for GitLab to our integrations page today! After connecting a WakaTime project with a GitLab project, you can see the time you were coding on each commit directly from your WakaTim…

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Creating Invoices with FlockaBilling

This is a guest post by Amy Bridges, Founder at FlockaBilling. FlockaBilling is a new software that links WakaTime with invoicing platforms, such as Harvest and Freshbooks. WakaTime is a time tracking…

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Coda WakaTime Plugin Released

We are excited to announce support for Panic's Coda editor! After installing the plugin inside Coda, your WakaTime dashboard will show metrics about your Coda usage. All WakaTime plugins work together…

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Visual Studio Code Extensions

If you haven't heard, Visual Studio Code is now open source on GitHub. Along with this announcement, Visual Studo Code now supports 3rd party extensions! Browsing & Installing Extensions. Inside Visua…

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WakaTime for TextMate

I noticed a lot of votes requesting support for TextMate recently, so I built the WakaTime plugin for TextMate. The plugin took 10 hours and 40 minutes to build in total. You can use more than one Wak…

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