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Fully operational accounts starting from $0/month

 
Pro Subscription
$4 per month
Free Subscription
$0 per month
Track time. View time reports and charts.
To-Dos Unlimited 100
Notes Unlimited 10
Contacts Unlimited 1000
Calendar Events Unlimited 100
File Storage 5 GB 500 MB
Push notifications
Business and team features
Create and manage client accounts
Team messaging
Email and SMS notifications
Team dashboard
Permission management for team members
Support articles and videos
Online support ticket
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1

What are the hardware and software requirements and compatible browsers to use TimeCaptis?

You can access TimeCaptis wherever you have an Internet connection via any device running a supported browser with JavaScript enabled. Make sure that you use the latest version of the browser for security reasons.

2

What happens to my data and access when I cancel my TimeCaptis subscription?

All your data is hosted in Type IV data centers that adhere to all the major security standards. Full data backups are maintained and are stored in redundant locations. We ensure that our software is always up to date with the latest security patches to keep your data safe.

3

What happens to my data and access when I cancel my TimeCaptis subscription?

Your data is yours. If you decide to cancel your TimeCaptis subscription, you can download your data and documents and save it to another location or transfer it to your convenient program. You should save your data before you cancel as it will be destroyed and deleted once your subscription ends.

4

What are the payment methods accepted by TimeCaptis?

TimeCaptis allows you to make payment through Stripe (supports all major credit cards). When you subscribe as a Pro Subscriber or you would like to upgrade your Free Subscription with TimeCaptis to a Pro Subscription, you can make the payment with PayPal.

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