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mite cherishes flexibility, and thus supports a variety of notations to track your time. Hours:minutes is the default syntax, but mite understands a whole lot more.

Hours

1:30 (hours:minutes) or
1.5 (with a period) or
1,5 (with a comma)

for 1 hour and 30 minutes.

0:00 or a blank field

for a time entry with a running timer.

Time frame

8 to 13:30 or
8 13:30 or
0800 1330 (four-digit) or
8am 1:30pm

for a time frame from 8:00 to 13:30.

mite will calculate the hours and save the specified starting time and ending time as a note.

0:00* or *

for a time entry with a running timer with a time range as a note. The starting time is the current time; The ending time will increment automatically as long as the timer is ticking.

If you append an asterisk to any input in the field »hours«, mite will add the time range as a note. Thus, you can combine time ranges with hours and basic arithmetic operations: e.g., enter 0:10* if you worked from 10 minutes earlier until now.

Timer quickstart

2:00+

for a two-hour time entry with a running timer.

If you append a plus sign to any input in the field »hours«, mite will start the timer. Thus, you can combine the timer quickstart with hours, time ranges, and basic arithmetic operations.

Basic arithmetic operations

2+0:15 or 2-0:15

for 2 hours plus or minus 15 minutes.

2*1.5 or 2/1.5

for 2 hours multiplied or divided by 1.5.