Track your time using an Octahedron on #Linux using #Python

LeMaRiva tech writes:

Last year, I bought a Timeular tracker and I’ve been using it the past months to check the time I spent on my activities and plan my days better. Furthermore, on work-from-home days, it’s hard to track how many hours I work per day, and the tracker helps me a lot with this! Therefore, I still recommend it.

I also wrote an article about the tracker and the Timeular application: Timeular: Tracking your time using an Octahedron. Both work great on Windows, Mac OS, and Android. However, Timeular doesn’t offer a Linux/Ubuntu application and that’s VERY ANNOYING!

If you are using Linux, Timeular recommends using the smartphone application to track your activities. But this is not the same apparently.

That is why, last night, I decided to write an application in Python. This app connects to the tracker and sends the tracking data to the Timeular servers. Timeular offers an API to do that. Thus, I took every code that I found on Github to write an application. So it’s not a clean application, but it works even better than the application written using GO.

See the full details in the post here.

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