Access to a demo account with no signup required would help too.
I have also noticed that’s a trend on a lot of websites now and I see the benefit of it as the website owner but I can also see your frustration as a user.
Also logo is a copy of Slack logo with H on it
PS: We are also creating an FAQ section and will include a question for DCAA compliance.
Is there even a polished design? Masking the screenshots suggests maybe not?
We are spending a lot more time on the app than we are on the website. That will change soon, but this is why you are perhaps finding the website's content to be insufficient yet.
That all said, you should give it a shot. Sign up and try it, it is free for one user.
I disagree that it's more streamlined though. toggl's killer feature is the ability to switch between tasks with 1 click as I'm performing the work. For mine this is the big distinction between an after-the-fact timesheet data entry app like hyperlogs and an actual time-tracking app like toggl.
The majority of my interaction with toggl is via the desktop app and chrome plugin, any competitor without these integrations is a non-starter.
Time tracking and invoicing already takes up a bunch of my, well, time, and to be honest I'm not willing to just try another one out for a bit without seeing more of how it works. More information on the landing page would be a huge start.
It’s a probabilistic data structure which estimates cardinality with O(log(log(cardinality)) space, hence the loglog.
plasticchris is right, it was because its name was similar, nothing more.
I've used WPEngine and haven't experienced much issue myself. Their support has been good and pretty helpful with managing tricky mysql situations.
I have used dreamhost for other sites but the performance is so-so... Not bad but not great either...
another option but more hands on is a digital ocean droplet - it's also a little more pricey.
Doesn't this just mean that their services are 15-30% cheaper? If those time entries are properly reported, won't their clients just be more hard pressed to find cheaper alternatives?
At least this the exact argument that is used against salary increases.
Thanks for your feedback!