Each task has a timer. To start just tap on it. To stop just tap on it. That easy. But if you want better control, just do a long press on the timer to perform more actions. On your Mac, you just need to right-click on the timer.
You can switch between Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly and if you need you can also define a custom range of dates up to 60 days long. You can also filter what you wanna see.
A quick way to generate a report can be through the statistics view. What you see is what you generate. But you can also generate a specific report by picking each entry you want to it. You have total control over what you want to report.
You can also take advantage of the Shortcuts integration to automate some tasks you have. You can also create shortcuts to be used by Siri.
You can use it without the need to open the application. Tap in on the go, see it on the go.
It is never bad backing up all your records.
iCloud synchronization also lets you start and stop timers across devices.
* shortcuts and widgets are features only available on the iOS.
By using it in full view you have access to the group's section and you can manage your contents easily.
On Mac, you can resize it to occupy less space and to display only the timers list. This makes easy to use it while doing your tasks.
On your iPad, you can use it side by side with other applications or you can have it floating around.
Not all tasks need to be on your writes, so you can define which ones you need to be there.
For now, the complication can only be used as a shortcut for Timelogger. The goal is to improve it on future versions.