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Code time is a time-tracking app for Eclipse
Powerful Reporting

Integrated time tracking and reports

Your software matters, so we track the data behind the software. Get detailed reports of your code time by project. Visualize your coding metrics, daily progress, and work calendar in one spot.
in-editor tracking
of 200k+ developers
Open source
extensions for 15+ editors
Top code times by hour of day
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Focus on what matters

Software’s advanced time tracking makes it easy for developers and teams to level up faster. Discover best code times, defend code time, see the impact of meetings, and improve work-life balance.

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Dashboard view
Watch Trends

Measure progress

See productivity trends compared to weekly and monthly averages. See how you stack up against the Software community of over 200,000 developers. Set goals to motivate performance.

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Code time during vs. outside work hours
Measure and Improve

Turn data into action

Visualize meeting time versus code time. See how much coding happens during work hours versus nights and weekends. Schedule dedicated code times to improve productivity and reduce burnout.

Become data-driven with Code Time


Analyze your coding data to increase flow, decrease interrupts, achieve work-life balance, and more.
In-editor dashboard

Get daily and weekly reports of your programming activity right in your code editor.

Status bar metrics

After installing our plugin, your status bar will show real-time metrics about time coded per day.

Calendar integration

Integrate with Google Calendar to automatically protect your best programming times from meetings and interrupts

Weekly email reports

Get a weekly report delivered right to your email inbox.

Data visualizations

Get simple data visualizations, such as top projects, daily active code time, and daily meeting time.

More stats

See your coding outside work hours, code day length, and more.

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Installation Guide for Eclipse

First released in 2001 by Eclipse Foundation, Eclipse IDE was made available with the Java development kit that instantly made it one of the most sought-after development tools for Java and Scala programming. Now supporting 20+ other languages with the help of plugins, Eclipse IDE is a viable choice for developers working across various development stacks. Eclipse also includes powerful features like code autocomplete, modeling services for UML, and integrations with services like GitHub and Jira. Here's how to get started with Eclipse: 

  1. Visit the Eclipse marketplace and search for the Code Time plugin. Drag the Install button into the Eclipse IDE, or follow the instructions in the marketplace to install it manually.
  2. After installing the plugin, open the Code Time view and follow the in-editor instructions to create an account. If you already have an account, select Log in.
  3. In the Code Time view, you can configure Flow Mode to protect your time and defend against disruptions.
  4. After a few minutes, you can view your current coding stats from the Code Time view by opening the Dashboard. You can also open the web app to view additional metrics.

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It only takes a minute to install a plugin. Plus, it’s free.

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Other code editors and IDEs

Code Time keeps your data synced across all your code editors and IDEs—in real time.
Android Studio
Sublime Text
Visual Studio
Visual Studio Code
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