RMClient

RMClient

RMClient helps you keep track of time you spend working on Redmine projects
5.0  (3 votes)
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Redmine is a web-based project management and bug tracking app that offers calendars, Gantt charts, support for managing multiple tasks simultaneously, and many others. RMClient is a program designed to help Redmine users keep track of the time they spend working on their projects in a simple yet effective way.

In order to use this client you need to install a server on your PC and create a personal account on the local homepage of Redmine. Once you complete these two steps, you can launch RMClient, enter the server URL and API key, and start tracking your work time.

The app has an intuitive interface and provides various search filters to find tasks with ease, and many other useful features. You can click over one of the listed assignments and the program will launch your browser and show you detailed information about that assignment, such as status, assignee, start date, etc.

All you need to do after you complete a task from the list is to click the Pause button and change the status of the assignment into Solved, Closed or Rejected. RMClient immediately syncs its data with your Redmine account and updates the project details accordingly.

To conclude, this application is a helpful utility for any Redmine users who need to know how much time they invested working on their daily tasks. The program is very simple to handle, comes with a fair price, and provides you with plenty of useful features.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Intuitive interface.
  • Provides you with various search filters.
  • Automatically synchronizes data with your Redmine account.
  • Displays notifications about new tasks

Cons

  • Couldn't find any disadvantages

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Nadia Podgornaya The best desktop interface for Redmine.

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