Last updated on 24th October 2020.
Boosting the productivity of our remote team has been critical to the success of the various small business ventures I've set up over the years.
Ever since downloading Hubstaff way back in 2012, I've ensured that I as well as our entire team tracks their time with HubStaff as it surely is critical for remote work productivity.
But if you are not convinced yet, check out the infographic below to learn how HubStaff will help you and your remote team. ⤵️
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FAQs [Frequently Asked Questions]
What can Hubstaff do?
This easy-to-use time tracking software enables you to boost the productivity of your remote team. This, in turn, means you can review their progress more effectively.
Once your team members download this application, they can use it to track their time, take screenshots, record activity levels, and more.
It has several other features, and it can also integrate with other apps you use like Trello and Quickbooks as well.
Thus, it enables you to, for instance, manage projects better and pay your team automatically if you like.
How much does Hubstaff cost?
Based on a freemium model, Hubstaff has a free plan aimed at individual users, and its paid plans start from $5/month/user going all the way to $20/month/user. You get 2 free months if you sign up for an annual subscription.
How can I increase my Hubstaff activity?
Hubstaff activity is simply a measure of how actively and frequently are you using your mouse and keyboard.
Thus, you can increase your Hubstaff activity by ensuring that you don’t sit idle unnecessarily while your Hubstaff timer is running.
If you need to attend to something else (like a phone call, or a pet, or a friend, or TV news), just pause your Hubstaff application, and take as long as you want.
PS: An ‘active’ second is when there is some kind of mouse or keyboard movement during that second. Your Hubstaff activity %age is the total number of active seconds divided by 600 seconds (i.e. a 10-minute segment).
PPS: How good or bad your activity depends on the kind of task you are doing. For instance, your Hubstaff activity rate while you are watching a video tutorial would almost certainly be very low, whereas if you are actively writing code or an article, your activity rate will be (comparatively) higher.