How to send Error Report (Windows)
If you encounter errors with the program. Click on the menu icon and select “Send error report…” item.
Type brief description of the issue.
Click Send. The report will include program log and your email. Continue reading
How to add employee?
Assuming you’ve started the free trial – go to your Team page, type the email into “Add new employee by email” box and press Invite button.
The new employee would receive an email asking them to sign in into ScreenshotMonitor.com with the email you’ve typed. Once they do – they become a part of your team and are able to track time for your company.
What if an employee has not received an email? There’s no need to “invite again” or resend the email – that email is optional. What important is the email address. Just ask the employee to sign up with that email and you will see them on your team. Continue reading
Explain ScreenshotMonitor in a few words please
ScreenshotMonitor is a time tracking / screenshot monitoring tool used by freelancers, remote and in-office employees to get a clear picture of time and money spent on each project, client and task. Employees start monitoring using a lightweight desktop application. The tracked time, screenshots, activity level, active applications & URLs, selected projects and task notes – are all uploaded online for both manager and employee to see. See How it works for more details. Continue reading
How to automate reports?
On Reports page you have an option to run reports for any number of users, save it, download PDF, Excel and email reports on schedule. Continue reading
Robots are overtaking more and more jobs previously done by humans. Some call it progress, some express reasonable concern. To help you decide which side you’re on, here’s a list of jobs soon to be substituted by robots and apps.
Is It Really That Serious?
Well, yeah. Not that you should start panicking right away – at least, not until you see these stats (courtesy of ScienceAlert, Forbes and Wired):
There are clear benefits of shifting your business to the online world and each year people are getting more and more eager to get a piece of the ever-growing e-commerce cake. In the last decade, the online retail market has been growing steadily, and in the US alone the increase peaked at 16% in 2017, which is its highest growth rate since 2011.
The greater interest in e-commerce has lead to a constant rise in competition. The result is an inevitable segmentation of the market, meaning new companies are building their business strategies around servicing specific niches. This has allowed smaller companies to remain relevant and competitive in the midst of an age where giants like Amazon rule the corporate world. In order to grow their business, entrepreneurs need to focus not only on their consumers, but they also have to look inward and improve the manner in which they organize and conduct their day-to-day business.
Getting yourself listed on Upwork as a freelancer is easy. Making your profile stand out is not. Well, not now when you have this article here detailing the intricacies of Upwork profile optimization.
Your employees are your biggest asset as a business. Employees want to feel they’re trusted by their managers, and they want to feel like real human beings. We’ve all had jobs that felt impersonal, and these leave team members feeling unmotivated. When employees feel appreciated and heard, they’re more likely to work towards company goals.
A Gallup study discovered that disengaged employees cost companies upwards of $300 billion in lost productivity every year. Increasing productivity of people becomes one of the main task for every manager. That’s why motivation needs to be at the forefront of your human resources strategy. An unexpected solution to the demand for higher productivity is employee monitoring.
Articles on the Internet have created a lot of myths about productivity. Now, all it takes to expose and debunk each productivity myth is just another Internet article – here it is!
There is no argument over the fact that productivity is a good thing to have and it can be developed, improved, and worked upon by anybody – pretty much like any other skill.
Unfortunately, that’s where we’re leaving the “facts” domain and moving to the “myths” territory. Watch your step, my fellow readers, for it is going to be a dark and dangerous path where you may have to lose quite a few illusions and misconceptions.