Track your Productivity

Productive Time

How do certain people have the ability to deliver results in a short amount of time, while others rush to meet their deadlines?

One of the best ways to track your productivity is by using a productivity timer. These online tools help you stay accountable by showing you where you decide to spend your time and for how long. Most timers separate your data into two categories: time spent on work-related activities and time spent while 'distracted,' and will award you with a productivity 'score' at the end of your day.

But your performance can be affected by more than just your distracted time... is based on more than just the number of hours you spent on work vs. distractions.

Factors that could influence productivity:

  • Type of music you're listening to
  • Stress levels
  • Sleep duration and quality
  • Hydration levels
  • Vitamin Deficiency
  • Eye Strain
  • Diet
  • Exercise
  • Mood
  • Weather

By tracking your time, you'll begin to understand how you split up your days and further reflect on whether it's time well spent or if you may need to switch up your routines for a better work/life balance.

Daily Screen Time

By logging your daily screen time on Yoptimise, you'll be able to track your weekly, monthly, and yearly screen time patterns to better understand the long-term effects of how your screen time could be impacting your health and wellness.

Excessive screen time may lead to:

  • Eyestrain
  • Headaches
  • Poor sleep
  • Neck, shoulder, and back pain
  • Tendonitis, carpal tunnel, and other repetitive-use injuries
  • Heart disease, obesity, and other problems linked to a sedentary lifestyle
  • Anxiety, depression
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