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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.
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I log my time use on my iPad (which does not have a RescueTime app), which shows up on Google Calendar. If this zap works, it can be used to get those otherwise untracked times (and my other Google Calendar events that I am not on my computer) to show up in Rescuetime.
It's important for me to have a record of the meetings on my calendar when I go back to review how I've been spending my time. This zap lets me log meetings as daily highlights in RescueTime so I have all my time information in a single place.
Log a check in on Foursquare as a Daily Highlight in RescueTime
When I log a new Daily Highlight in RescueTime, send a note to a HipChat room
When I drag a Trello card to the Done column, log a Daily Highlight in RescueTime Be sure to set custom filters to target the "Done" column! ('Data List Name' not equal 'Done' / 'Data List After Name' exactly matches 'Done')
Log a Daily Highlight in RescueTime whenever I publish a new blog post on my Wordpress blog
Log a Daily Highlight in RescueTime whenever I publish a new blog post
Share RescueTime 1 hour productive time to specific Slack channel
Tracks number of productive days(>=70%) in RescueTime and sends to Beeminder
Send a message to a HipChat room when a RescueTime Alert is triggered
Mark the timestamp that a RescueTime alert was triggered on a Google Calendar
Log a RescueTime productivity alert to iDoneThis
Tweet a self-deprecating message automatically when a new RescueTime alert is triggered
Add a row to a Google Docs spreadsheet whenever a RescueTime alert is triggered.
Once I post a new highlight in RescueTime, automatically send it (via Gmail) to iDoneThis to log a new done.
Allows me to easily track RescueTime alerts by exporting them to a Google Calendar.
Update a goal on Beeminder.com when a RescueTime alert is sent
Takes any habit/daily/task from habitrpg.com with the word 'rescuetime' in its description and adds it to your daily highlights on rescuetime.com
You will need to adjust the +13h in the Date field to your Timezone.
Add the Zapier webhook under Webooks at https://habitrpg.com/#/options/settings/api
Keep track of number of emails you send each day by logging them as a daily highlight in RescueTime
Send a RescueTime alert via email to iDoneThis.
Send myself a notice when more than 20% of my day is spent on email and other communications. (Be sure to set a custom filter of "communication percentage" > 20)
Send a push notfication to my phone whenever a RescueTime alert is sent.
Create a Trello card when I log more than 1 hour of uncategorized time in RescueTime so I don't forget to go back and review that time. (Be sure to set a custom filter for "Uncategorized Activities - Hour" > 1.0)
When a new RescueTime daily summary becomes available, send myself a report as an email.
Deliver RescueTime alerts with a phone call so they feel more imposing
Keep a daily log of my time spent on writing and design activities.
Add completed tasks to your RescueTime Daily Highlights page automatically.
When an alert in RescueTime is triggered, update a related goal in Beeminder
Automatic record your exercise!
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