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Quantify Your Coding. Open-source plugins for automatic time tracking & insights into your programming
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What is WakaTime?

Quantify your coding - open source plugins for automatic time tracking & insights into your programming.
WakaTime is a tool in the Programming & Code Analytics category of a tech stack.

Who uses WakaTime?

20 companies reportedly use WakaTime in their tech stacks, including Vizzbuzz, rung, and Oh Polly.

94 developers on StackShare have stated that they use WakaTime.

WakaTime Integrations

GitHub, Slack, Visual Studio Code, Bitbucket, and GitLab are some of the popular tools that integrate with WakaTime. Here's a list of all 29 tools that integrate with WakaTime.

Why developers like WakaTime?

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WakaTime Reviews

Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose WakaTime in their tech stack.

Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code
IntelliJ IDEA
IntelliJ IDEA

I use WakaTime because it provides interesting information about my coding time. I have plugin for Visual Studio Code and IntelliJ IDEA (my favourite IDEs). Wakatime uses fancy graphs to vizualize time spending on project. With Wakatime I can improve my productivity by focusing on right project.

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Ben Boarder
Ben Boarder
Developer at Reactor Digital | 1 upvotes 4.9K views
atReactor DigitalReactor Digital

Time tracking for that, spent while working across multiple components and using multiple languages. WakaTime

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| 1 upvotes 4.9K views
atAlbany High SchoolAlbany High School

WakaTime allows us to track how much time is spent developing features. WakaTime

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WakaTime's Features

  • Fully automatic, with reports via email
  • Find the time you spend per feature/commit
  • See time spent in each language
  • Branch-level stats
  • File-level stats
  • Slack integration for team collaboration

WakaTime Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to WakaTime?
Codealike is a service that tracks your activity while you code normally. Once you've installed and signed in in your preferred IDE (Visual Studio, Eclipse or Chrome), the plugin will track, process and send the data to our servers so you can visualize it anytime you want to learn how you work and how to improve through trustworthy data.
It is a new data-driven way to truly understand your engineers.It analyzes your codebase from Github, Gitlab, Azure DevOps & Bitbucket to help you bring out the best in your engineers work.
Squadlytics is the easiest way for teams to ask "Are we on track?".

WakaTime's Followers
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