TimeYourWeb Time Tracker records the time spent by users on social networks accessed by Chrome. The feature allows you to view a daily, weekly or monthly statement about the total time spent on certain websites and social networks. The ideal tip for people who want to have more access control and reduce the time they spend on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and other online services.
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In addition to viewing the data on the PC screen, the extension allows you to download a CSV file with a complete access report. Thus, the tool can provide data for companies and parents concerned about the time their children spend on the Internet. Check out how to use TimeYourWeb to find out how much time you spend on each social network you access using Chrome.
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Step 1. Access the download page for the TimeYourWeb Time Tracker extension and click "Download". In the Chrome Web Store, press the "Use in Chrome" button;
When preparing to download the extensive TimeYourWeb Time Tracker for Chrome Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 2. To download and install the tool, select "Add extension";
By downloading and installing the TimeYourWeb Time Tracker extension in Chrome Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 3. Browse social media as usual for hours or days for the extension to create a consistent sampling report. After that, click on the tool icon in the upper right corner of the screen to view the control panel;
When to open the panel of the extensive TimeYourWeb Time Tracker for Chrome Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 4. The time you spent on each social network or website registered under "Time". In the example below, the tool recorded that person spent 1 hour and 8 minutes on Facebook that day. To see data by week, access the "Week" tab;
One day access data screen from the extensive TimeYourWeb Time Tracker for Chrome Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 5. Weekly records provide more complete sampling of time spent on social media. In this view, Facebook was accessed for 2 hours and 8 minutes during the week. To see the record for the whole month, go to the "Month" tab;
Weekly data with access time on social networks and websites using Chrome captured by the extensive TimeYourWeb Time Tracker Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 6. Analyze the access time on social networks and websites throughout the month to find out how much time is spent monthly on the websites accessed by Chrome. The tool also offers the option of downloading a CSV file with all the data collected. To download the document, click on the paper sheet cone, as shown in the image below.
Access data for websites in a month and option to download data to the computer in the extensive Weekly data with access time in social networks and websites using Chrome captured by the extensive TimeYourWeb Time Tracker Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Use the tip to know if you are exaggerating the time you spend browsing social media on your computer.