Epilogue is a time tracking and logging tool for people who don't like time tracking.

  • Fancy minimalistic user interface.
  • Dead simple workflow: describe your activity, estimate how many hours it took, set your mood. Rinse and repeat.
  • Twine-based application that can run locally or online in any modern browser (tested in Firefox and Beaker).
  • Display your data as a detailed table or as a simple list, ready to be copied and pasted on your blog (yep, it's meant for devblogs).
  • Work directly from the project's web page or with the Itch app for simple use.
  • Duplicate the single HTML file and host it on your website or your hard disk for dedicated projects.
  • Use autosave and manual saves in the Itch app or in your browser's local storage.
  • Save your data to disk for backup or synchronization.
  • Also available as a decentralised DAT archive on the P2P web.
  • Mobile-friendy.

Keep in mind it's a rather experimental tool made with Twine and hazardous chunks of black JavaScript magic. It can break.

More features will be added in the future, possibly including actual statistics, to-do lists and other delicacies.