Code time dashboard

Visualize your coding metrics, daily progress, and work calendar in one spot.

See your code time and DevOps metrics

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Measure your software development time

Track development time to reclaim time for focused, uninterrupted coding. Protect valuable code time and stay in flow.
Measure work-life balance

Measure coding during and outside work hours. Improve work-life balance and avoid burnout.

Track time spent coding

See how you're trending compared to long-term averages. Better estimate development time with historical data.

Improve DevOps performance

Connect GitHub and see DevOps performance metrics in just a few minutes.

Weekly DevOps report
Active code time
Productive code time

Track your coding productivity

See time spent actively coding by day of week. Track weekly totals and compare to global and personal averages. Identify trends to help you protect your most productive code time.

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Meetings vs. code time
Meetings vs. code time

Fewer meetings, more productivity

Compare meetings and code time to see the impact of disruptions and distractions. Discover how to optimize your calendar to create a more effective meeting schedule.

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FAQs

How much time should I spend coding?

Based on data from 250K+ developers in our global community, developers code 52 minutes per day — about 4 hours and 21 minutes during a normal workweek from Monday to Friday. Developers typically spend more than half of that coding during work hours.

What's the difference between code time and active code time?

Active code time is defined as time spent actively writing or editing code in an editor or IDE, which we use as an indicator of the amount of focused, uninterrupted time that developers have available to code during the workday. Code time is time spent in your editor, such as writing, editing, reading, or browsing code.

Can I track code outside of work hours?

Yes. Code time during work is the amount of time spent coding between 9am and 5pm. You can also set custom hours in your account settings to measure coding during and outside work hours.

Measure your code time

Connect GitHub and visualize your data in minutes. When you install the Code Time extension, you'll also get access to your personal coding metrics, calendar, and reports.
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