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❯ Timer History
History is a special section of the application in which all actions that the user performs with their timer or other tool are recorded.
The section is available both in the basic (free) version of the application, and in the enhanced version of the application, which has an activated Pro upgrade.
The timer history capabilities are limited in the free version of the application: the data are available only until the next start of the timer. The next start of the timer will clear all previous records. However, the Pro update removes the limitation on recording and storing all timer operation data.
The features of the History section without limitations:
Storing timer data
Editing the record list
Viewing details of the record
Possibility to leave a comment to the record
Exporting history to a csv file
1. To edit the list of records, you should:
- Tap the 'Edit' button in the top right.
- Tick the checkbox of the record you want to delete.
- Tap the 'Delete' button in the lower right.
To clear the whole history, you should tap the 'Edit' button in the upper left, then tap 'Select all' in the lower left, and then 'Delete' in the right of the page footer.
2. To see the record details, you should:
Click on the record you are interested in. After that, the record detail page opens right away.
3. To leave a comment on a record, you should:
Click on the record, going to the Details page, at the top of which there is a field for entering comments.
4. To export the History page, you should:
Tap the 'Share' button, which is located next to the 'Edit' button at the page header, then choose the share option.
The timer history is exported to a csv file format.
The current timer data is written to its history only after the timer is reset; As long as the timer remains active no data is written to its history: the pause and the overtime period are also assumed to be as an active timer status.
A timer that was completed before it went off has an entry in history marked '*'.
The export file contains: timer label, start date and time, time in seconds that the timer was running.
CSV file: A CSV (comma-separated values) file is a text file that has a specific format which allows data to be saved in a table structured format.
Understanding CSV Files in Excel: Opening a CSV File
The 'Journal' section has been renamed to 'History.
If you have a CSV file, you can open it in Excel without much trouble. Just open Excel, click Open and find the CSV file to work with (or right-click on the CSV file and choose Open in Excel). After you open the file, you’ll notice that the data is just plain text put into different cells.
When the autorepeat countdown function is enabled, the timer operation automatically resumes as soon as the countdown reaches zero.
The function has been moved from the general timer settings page to the timer Time settings page.