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In Ubuntu version of OS has many bugs, the data isn't sent to the server. It always shows error even though I used a upgraded license.3 votes
Please add SSL Support for ManicTime Server on Linux. The current configuration file has a reference to protocol using HTTPS but no way to configure HTTPS with a Certificate.6 votes
We do offer ManicTime cloud with SSL, as for locally installed servers, this can be done with reverse proxy on Linux and with certificate and through our setup on Windows.
I use several computers. It would be great if manictime synced so that I only need to check one manictime timeline.6 votes
MT cloud and ManicTime Server both help with syncing.
It would be great if you could integrate an Let's Encrypt Certificate request/renewal functionality for the ManicTime server so it automatically can use them.
Albin Marty7 votes
I think there are other tools better suited to this, like reverse proxies...
I'd like to see this feature on your support website. The documentation is outdated on some pages and tells me to go to places that don't exist or show screenshots from older versions of the application which have changed.
for example http://support.manictime.com/knowledgebase/articles/686349-advanced-search
It would be nice if on the support article we could report outdated information so that it could be updated.1 vote
Track the file size of a document as it increases over time in the context of tracking productivity.1 vote
Mobile with GPS for when I arrive at a job. Another product one of your competitors Hours Tracker Mobile app picks up when I get close to my clients office books me in and then books me out when I leave. It would be great to combine this with my desktop Manic5 votes
not enough votes
I would find it very helpful if manic time supported MySQL as a database backend.
In the environment I work in all of our backend systems already use MySQL and it would be much more convenient if Manic Time did too so that we could easily query data across our databases.13 votes
not enough votes
I work for a firm that has to keep time in accordance with US Government contractor rules. I've been told that after much research (recently double checked) that we can only use Oracle's time keeping app. There is apparently only one front end that is certified to work with that tool. I am searching for that name of it.
This would be a huge opportunity for your firm to compete with (then sell out to) Oracle.1 vote
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