Escape 2 v2.0.2 | Mac OS X | 12.1 MB.
If you spend 1 hour a day on social networks every day, that’s 45 days of work per year. Escape is a utility that runs in the background and continues counting. It helps you recover your time
Shows a table of the most commonly used web sites, how many times did you use each, and how many minutes spent there.
In the lower left corner, you can switch to another day to compare your data. In the lower right corner, you can change the weekly summary, to see how long these things happened all week.
Every time you open Twitter or whatever, will show how long it was there already this week. It is always present, you can not turn off.
The menu item can be configured to display the daily time or number of visits, but we suggest you keep it in the weekly time. It is the most powerful statistic. “2 hours” on Facebook, when only Wednesday is a scary number.
Establishment of a fee
In the summary table, you can set a daily or weekly fee for each website. Now it will show a green percentage, such as “50%”, telling how far towards the quota. Or the percentage of red is displayed as “+ 20%”, which means that you are over your quota.
Websites tab can make websites are active or inactive – if you use Slack to work, does not make sense tell the tale as a distraction. You can also add your custom websites.
Adding custom websites
Tab on the website, click on “Add website” and fill out the title and URL. If you enter “test.com” will be comparing this string with your current URL, and match things like “http: //”.
Shows a graph of total minutes of this week compared to the previous week. As a metric, you can select minutes or number of visits. You can also filter by website.