Everhour browser extension (why important & how to install)

If you integrate Everhour with Asana, Trello or other project management tools and wish to track time there, you should install our browser extension and keep it up-to-date. 

How it works

We inject time tracking controls directly into the web interface of your favored environment – Asana, Trello, Basecamp, Jira and more – by means of our browser extension. This way you and your employees don’t need to switch tabs to track time. 
Therefore, it is important that the extension is installed on any computer and even on every browser that you use for work. If you do not install the extension or accidentally delete it, the controls will disappear. Please also note that the extension functionality does not work for a desktop and a mobile app of the tool we can integrate with.
Tools we integrate with sometimes change their interface, add new features, etc. They cannot always notify all 3d-party developers in advance and sometimes this can break our extension. If that happens, we quickly make the appropriate changes which requires updating the version of our extension. Therefore it is so important to have the latest version installed.

How to install

At the moment our extension works with Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Edge.

Usually, we ask you to install an extension during signup, however, you might skip this step, intentionally or not. You can always install it from our Extensions page.


After installation, the extension needs to associate with your Everhour account. In most cases this happens automatically. If you are prompted with the 'Log in' screen in the extension, you should use the 'API Token' listed on you Profile page. This token should be kept private, like any other credentials. 

To facilitate the login process, this is usually enough just to log in to your Everhour account.

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