RescueTime

RescueTime Integrations

  • Get daily RescueTime summary reports via Gmail

    Tracking your productivity lets you hone your processes to perfection. Zapier can keep you accountable with this automation. From the moment you activate it, we'll monitor your RescueTime account, and email you a daily summary of your activities from your Gmail account. You'll never have to wonder what you did, or bother sharing the information manually again!

    How this RescueTime-Gmail integration works

    1. RescueTime logs your computer usage every day
    2. Zapier sends you (or anyone else) the daily report RescueTime creates every night via your Gmail account

    Apps involved

    • RescueTime
    • Gmail
  • Add new rows to Google Sheets with daily RescueTime summary reports

    Empower your productivity with automated tracking help from Zapier. This RescueTime-Google Sheets integration, once active, will trigger whenever a new daily summary report is created on RescueTime, sending all that information to Google Sheets and creating a new row.

    How It Works

    1. A new daily report is generated by RescueTime
    2. Zapier automation adds a new row to Google Sheets

    What You Need

    • A RescueTime account
    • A Google Sheets account
  • Start FocusTime sessions whenever you start a Pomodoro timer

    Sometimes it's hard to stay on track, even just for 25 minutes. This integration automatically helps you stay on track by triggering a new FocusTime session every time you start a Pomodoro session in PomoDone.

    How this PomoDone-RescueTime integration works

    1. You start a new timer in PomoDone
    2. Zapier triggers a FocusTime session in RescueTime

    Apps involved

    • PomoDone
    • RescueTime
  • Create RescueTime daily highlights when new Google Calendar events start

    Know where your time is spent during your work day with the Google Calendar to RescueTime automation. Once set up, every time a new Google Calendar event starts, Zapier will automatically create a daily highlight in RescueTime. Giving you insight into where and how much time is spent on your daily tasks.

    How It Works

    1. New event starts in Google Calendar
    2. Zapier creates a daily highlight in RescueTime

    What You Need

    • Google account
    • RescueTime account
  • Schedule daily FocusTime sessions

    How often do we lose time at work to various distractions? Scheduling time in your day to block out all distractions, and sticking to a routine can help you be far more productive. RescueTime is here to help!

    How It Works

    1. You schedule a daily event via Zapier
    2. A FocusTime session automatically begins in RescueTime

    What You Need

    • RescueTime account
  • Turn new time entries in Toggl into daily highlights in RescueTime

    It's important to know how your time is spent. When you set up the this integration, Zapier will take your new time entries in Toggl and automatically create new daily highlights in RescueTime. Keep track of time and boost productivity of your entire team with the Toggl to RescueTime automation.

    How It Works

    1. Create new time entries in Toggl
    2. Zapier creates

    What You Need

    • Toggl account
    • RescueTime account
  • Turn RescueTime daily summary reports into detailed events in Google Calendar

    Gather all of your data in one place! Paint a clear picture on how your time was spent with the RescueTime to Google Calendar integration. Once set up, Zapier will automatically create new detailed events in Google Calendar from your RescueTime summary reports. This helps keep all of your time management data organized and ready to use.

    How It Works

    1. Create RescueTime daily summary report
    2. Zapier creates detailed event in Google Calendar

    What You Need

    • RescueTime account
    • Google account
  • Add completed Todoist tasks as daily highlights in RescueTime

    Optimize your time when you combine Todoist and RescueTime. Once integrated, when you complete a task in Todoist, Zapier automatically creates a daily highlight in RescueTime. Now you can stay on task with your to-do lists and know how much time you spent to complete it!

    How It Works

    1. Complete a task in Todoist
    2. Zapier creates a daily highlight in RescueTime

    What You Need

    • Todoist account
    • RescueTime account
  • Get RescueTime daily summaries as Slack messages

    You want to stay on top of your productivity throughout the week, but a weekly summary from RescueTime isn't enough. This RescueTime and Slack integration will send you a daily summary of your productivity through Slack so you'll know at a glance how productive you're being on a day by day basis.

    How It Works

    1. RescueTime prepares a new daily summary of your productivity
    2. Zapier sends that summary to you in Slack

    What You Need

    • RescueTime account
    • Slack account
  • Append new RescueTime weekly summary reports to an existing Evernote note

    Keep an archive of your weekly productivity levels in Evernote. Use this Zap to automatically append new RescueTime weekly summary reports to existing Evernote notes. That way, you have a log of all of your weekly reports right in Evernote--without ever having to manually copy and paste the data yourself.

    How this RescueTime-Evernote integration works

    1. A new weekly summary report is available in RescueTime
    2. Zapier appends the report to an existing Evernote note

    Apps involved

    • RescueTime
    • Evernote
  • Create a RescueTime highlight when a Trello card is moved

    If you track your tasks in a Trello board that has a list representing when the task is done, you can use this zap to create a RescueTime Daily Highlight when the card is moved.

    How It Works

    1. Move a card in Trello to your Done list
    2. Zapier automatically creates a RescueTime Daily Highlight from that card

    What You Need

    • A RescueTime Premium account
    • A Trello account and board with a list named exactly "Done"
  • Add new RescueTime daily summary reports to Evernote

    Keep track of your time management data when you use the RescueTime to Evernote automation. Once set up, when your daily summary reports in RescueTime are complete, Zapier automatically creates a new note in Evernote. This integration provides you a with a clearer look into how your day was spent so you can make necessary changes.

    How It Works

    1. New daily summary report is created in RescueTime
    2. Zapier creates a new note in Evernote

    What You Need

    • RescueTime account
    • Evernote account
  • Create a New RescueTime Daily Highlight for Every Gmail Email Sent

    If you're looking at the time you spend on email in RescueTime and wondering where it's all going, use this zap to create a new Daily Highlight for every email you send from Gmail.

    How It Works

    1. Send an email in Gmail
    2. Zapier automatically creates a RescueTime Daily Highlight from the email

    What You Need

    • A RescueTime Premium account
    • A Gmail account
  • Create daily RescueTime highlights from completed Wunderlist tasks

    Each new task you complete on Wunderlist needs to be tracked appropriately; Set up this integration and we'll make sure of it. Whenever a task from a certain list on Wunderlist is completed, we'll automatically create a daily highlight on RescueTime for you, logging everything without fail.

    How this Wunderlist-RescueTime integration works

    1. A new Wunderlist task in a list is completed
    2. Zapier automatically creates a highlight entry on RescueTime

    Apps involved

    • Wunderlist
    • RescueTime
  • Create a Trello Cards when more than 1 hour of uncategorized time is logged in RescueTime

    When you log more than an hour of uncategorized time in RescueTime, you want to make sure you set up the correct categorization of the time for the future. Use this Zap to automatically create a Trello card reminding you to fix that uncategorized time.

    How It Works

    1. Install and use RescueTime to track your time
    2. When RescueTime runs a daily report, if your uncategorized time is greater than 1 hour, a new Trello card will be created

    What You Need

    1. RescueTime installed and running
    2. A Trello account, with a board containing a list
  • Add highlight log entries to RescueTime when new Trello cards are moved to a list

    Every card that makes it onto your list is an accomplishment, but you don't have to slow down your work just to note it. Set up this Zap, and we'll do it all for you. It will trigger for each new card you move to a particular list on Trello, automatically creating a highlight log entry on RescueTime so your activities are completely accounted for at all times.

    How this Trello-RescueTime integration works

    1. A new card is moved to a list on Trello
    2. Zapier automatically creates a log entry on RescueTime

    Apps involved

    • Trello
    • RescueTime
  • Get Gmail alerts when new RescueTime reports show more than 20% of your day spent on email and other communications

    Part of tracking your time is understanding when certain activities are getting out of control. Use this Zap to send an alert when you spent more than 20% of any given day emailing, chatting, or otherwise communicating.

    How It Works

    1. RescueTime tracks your time and logs how much time you spend on email and other communication activities
    2. If your time spent on communication exceeds 20%, Zapier will send you an email report via Gmail to let you know

    What You Need

    1. RescueTime installed and running
    2. A Gmail account
  • Turn new notes in Evernote into daily highlights in RescueTime

    Organize your notes and keep track of your time with the Evernote to RescueTime integration. Once set up, when you create new notes in Evernote, Zapier automatically creates new daily highlights in RescueTime. Improve your productivity and know how your time is spent.

    How It Works

    1. Create a new note in Evernote
    2. Zapier creates a new daily highlight in RescueTime

    What You Need

    • Evernote account
    • Rescue account
  • Create RescueTime hightlight log entries for new GitHub commits

    You can make your work speak for itself with a little tracking automation. Set up this Zap and whenever you commit something to GitHub, we'll log it as a highlight entry on RescueTime, keeping a perfect record while you focus on getting things done efficiently.

    How this GitHub-RescueTime integration works

    1. A new GitHub commit is made
    2. Zapier creates a hightlight log entry from it on RescueTime

    Apps involved

    • GitHub
    • RescueTime
  • Update your Slack status after a RescueTime FocusTime session

    Done focusing on your most important work? Let your team know you're free to talk again. Whenever you stop a FocusTime session in RescueTime, Zapier can update your Slack status so your team knows it's ok to get in touch again.

    How this Slack-RescueTime integration works

    1. Stop a FocusTime session in RescueTime
    2. Zapier will update your Slack status

    Apps involved

    • RescueTime
    • Slack
  • Create RescueTime highlight log entries for new completed actions on Nozbe

    Want to make sure your time tracking is an accurate reflection of your accomplishments on Nozbe at all times? Activate this Nozbe RescueTime integration to have a new RescueTime highlight log entry added for every new completed action on Nozbe, keeping up your progress for you so you can stay focused and productive.

    How It Works

    1. A completed action is created on Nozbe
    2. Zapier automatically adds a new highlight log entry on RescueTime

    What You Need

    • Nozbe account
    • RescueTime account
  • Send Swarm checkins to RescueTime

    Want to have a better idea of how you're spending your time, even away from your computer? By connecting RescueTime and Swarm, you can create log entries of your time offline.

    How It Works

    1. You checkin to a venue on Swarm
    2. Zapier automatically creates a highlight log entry in RescueTime

    What You Need

    • Swarm account
    • RescueTime account
  • Add offline time to RescueTime daily at a scheduled time

    Do you complete a time-consuming offline task every day? Make sure that time gets tracked in RescueTime, so you can have an accurate picture of how you spent your time. Use this Zap to automatically add offline time to RescueTime every day. That way, you don't have to remember to add the offline time manually and you can get to work on your next task.

    How this Schedule-RescueTime integration works

    1. Zapier watches for the daily time you selected
    2. Zapier logs offline time into RescueTime

    Apps involved

    • Schedule
    • RescueTime
  • Set Slack status when your RescueTime focus session starts

    Make sure your team doesn't bug you when you're trying to get focused work done with this Slack-RescueTime integration. Whenever you start a FocusTime session in RescueTime, Zapier can update your Slack status so your team knows not to bug you.

    How this Slack-RescueTime integration works

    1. Start a new FocusTime session in RescueTime
    2. Zapier will update your Slack status

    Apps involved

    • RescueTime
    • Slack
  • Create detailed events in Google Calendar from RescueTime alerts

    Need to know how your time is spent? Use this Zapier automation to find out. Once set up, with every new alert notification in RescueTime, Zapier creates a detailed event in Google Calendar. Time management is essential to improving productivity and creating success.

    How It Works

    1. Get a new alert in RescueTime
    2. Zapier creates a detailed event in Google Calendar

    What You Need

    • RescueTime account
    • Google account

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RescueTime Integration Details

Launched on Zapier March 23, 2014

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New Daily Summary Report") and Actions (like "Log a Highlight Event") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following RescueTime Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

New Daily Summary Report

Triggers when a new daily summary is available

New FocusTime Session Start

Triggers when a new FocusTime session is started

New Alert

Triggers when one of your RescueTime alerts goes off.

New Highlight Event

Triggers when a new daily highlight event is posted

New FocusTime Session End

Triggers when a FocusTime session finishes.

New Weekly Summary Report

Triggers when a new weekly summary is available

Log a Highlight Event

Creates a new highlight or action log entry. Highlight events show up as a list of accomplishments in your reports. Action events are similar, but they can be grouped and categorized as well. Requires RescueTime Premium

Start or Stop a FocusTime Session

Starts or stops a FocusTime session. Requires RescueTime Premium

Log Offline Time

Adds offline time to your RescueTime account for the specified amount of minutes.

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RescueTime helps you understand how you spend your time on the computer by automatically keeping a log of the time you spend on different applications and websites. Having an accurate idea of how you time is spent makes it easy to stay productive and balanced.