TimeTracker 1.2.5

How much time do you spend browsing the web?


  • Can be helpful to reduce procrastination and improve productivity


  • Doesn't track time for each website specifically
  • You can't export browsing statistics


TimeTracker is a Firefox extension that can help you to be a bit more productive.

How does it work? TimeTracker displays a tiny clock on the browser's bottom right corner with which it calculates the amount of time you spend browsing the web. This information can be useful to check how much time you really spend on the web or to cut down your procrastination time. What's more, if you hover your mouse over the clock you'll see extended data such as your total browsing time since the extension was installed or since the last time it was reset.

TimeTracker can be configured to ignore certain websites, so for example it doesn't count your browsing the company intranet as a waste of time. Unfortunately time is tracked on a general basis and not according to each specific site. Another feature I missed was the possibility of creating and exporting some more advanced statistics, but according to the author's webpage, both specific time tracking and advanced data are included in planned features for future versions.

TimeTracker helps you control the amount of time you spend browsing the web. Future versions will hopefully include extended functionality.

Do you spend too much time on Firefox? Do you open tabs faster than you can close them? Cannot get things done? Keep track of how much you browse with TimeTracker. ...

This is what it features for you :

  • Tracks browsing time across sessions
  • Reset counter (new! right click on the clock and click Reset)
  • Pauses automatically when you stop browsing
  • Pause toggle (per Window)
  • List 'work' sites that should not count
  • Animated clock
  • Tooltip showing total time today, since last reset and since installing.



TimeTracker 1.2.5

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