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This Chrome Plugin allow you to attach a simple chronometer to your database item, ideal to track time for your tasks!

This Chrome Plugin allow you to attach a simple chronometer to your database item, ideal to track time for your tasks!

By Using Rollup And Formula, you can then see how long a project took you

By Using Rollup And Formula, you can then see how long a project took you

🔥 You can duplicate the tutorial template here: duplicate the template

Step 1 - Add a Number Property "time" in your Task Database


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<aside> ⚠️ Be careful to name it time as this will be used in the formula later

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Step 2 - Refresh the page, Click on the property and select the "Toggle Chronometer"


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<aside> ⚠️ if you don't see the "toggle chronometer", please refresh the page, also check that you created a "Number" property and not a text for example

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Step 3 - You can now use the chronometer by just clicking on it


note: the chronometer will continue to run if you close the page

note: the chronometer will continue to run if you close the page

You can also edit the time by clicking on the "edit" icon

You can also edit the time by clicking on the "edit" icon

Step 4 - Setup the Formula for single page


The Chronometer save the time as seconds, so you might want to add a formula to display a more readable time!