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JOB-TIME is a time-tracking reactor for Autodesk® AutoCAD® (any version), which automatically logs true (net) editing time spent in the current AutoCAD drawing. Idle periods (longer than the defined timeout) are not counted to the tracked time. Time information is stored inside the DWG file (in drawing properties) and logged into a TXT or CSV (Excel) file.


See more information and order the FULL version at Job-Time.

Job-Time is a trial version of a commercial utility by CAD Studio - see

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Versión 1.4.1, 19/03/2019
Autodesk AutoCAD 2017/2018/2019/2020 compatible.

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  • Nice App
    Chris Brooks | julio 27, 2016

    Nice app, but for 39 Euros (~$44) for the full version, I'm not so sure it is worth the price.

  • Very good
    Peter Gruber | mayo 18, 2014 Descarga verificada (¿Qué es esto?)

    Easy to use project time tracking

  • Nice tool. I like the Excel logging feature
    mazin moh | junio 14, 2012 Descarga verificada (¿Qué es esto?)

    Nice tool. I like the Excel logging feature

  • | marzo 28, 2012 Descarga verificada (¿Qué es esto?)

    Fantastic App! Cannot get enough - use it on every job. Will trade a solid suggestion for a Full-Licence?! If you run with this hope you follow me up. You need to include in your App an APM counter (Actions Per Minute), which includes all actions including scroll-wheel pan etc, and an EPM (Effective *actions* Per Minute) which is purely effective commands. Your session commands is almost there but needs more work, create averages, even a plotted graph chart over time. Your App then goes from a solid productiviity tool, to a solid productiviity tool includng personal development and 'show-off' stats within the office - this will become the App to have for AutoCAD users! (and bosses).

  • | marzo 28, 2012 Descarga verificada (¿Qué es esto?)

    Nice tool. I like the Excel logging feature.

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