accountability is a Mac program created for users who wish to monitor the amount of time they spend working on their projects and tasks. It might prove to be of good use to freelancers when calculating fees.
The application comes with a straightforward interface, provides you with a simple way to add new to-do items to your records, and allows you to immediately export the generated reports.
The first time I launched accountability on my Mac it didn't detect and reveal Calendar's groups. After I restarted accountability, the application displayed the calendar groups I needed.
Another thing that bothers me is that the program supports only one output format (CSV) when exporting reports.
In my opinion, the application needs a little more work. It's far too plain, provides you with a few helpful features. And even though it comes without a price tag, I still don't think it's worth installing it on your Mac. You can find a wide range of Mac tools that communicate well with Calendar and provide you with quick solutions for keeping track of the amount of time you spend working on your projects.
- Lets you print reports directly from its interface
- Allows you to export reports
- Provides you with a quick way to create new task entries
- Recognizes Calendar groups after second accountability launch
- Supports only one output format for exporting reports