We’re launching some new integrations this week, giving you new ways to keep track of your time and tell interesting stories with your data.
Log highlights for your code commits directly through GitHub
Several weeks ago, we launched support for logging your code commits from your Git projects. It’s been pretty popular, and we’ve logged thousands of commit messages since launching the feature. We did, however, get some feedback that the setup could be simplified. Today we’re launching an alternative way to log commits for your projects that are hosted on GitHub. Instead of configuring and installing a post-commit hook, you can just connect your RescueTime account to GitHub and select the projects you would like to track. From then on, whenever you push code to GitHub for those projects, all your commit messages will be logged.
The original post-commit hook method is still available, and should be used for projects that are not hosted on GitHub, or for projects that you do not have admin rights on the repository.
Use Gryroscope to see beautiful reports for all your different data streams
Gryroscope is a new lifelogging aggregator that combines several streams of data into beautiful reports. Combine your Tweets, Foursquare checkins, Fitness trackers, and RescueTime productivity data. Each week you’ll get a gorgeous infographic report summarizing all your activities.
More integrations coming soon
We’re working on some more integrations and hope to have new things to share soon. Keep checking back on our integrations page for the latest and greatest.
Do you have any other services you’d like to see RescueTime work more closely with? If so let us know in the comments.