No public API for Everhour 1, will be implemented for Everhour 2
Myroslav Opyr commented
Documentation about API to Everhour 2 is available at https://everhour.docs.apiary.io/. It is in the BETA at the moment and current version is 1.2.
Eric McGehearty commented
Do you have a timeline / release data for the Everhour 2 API?
Mickael Cassy commented
My need is to extract datas from predefined reports regularly, automatically.
Do you have plans to work on a reporting API ?
Josh Davenport commented
Any updates on this at all? Super useful feature!
Even the basic ability to automate excel exports on a regular basis would allow me to build an integration with accounting software
Mizuho Toyoda commented
Everhour doesn't provide their API yet, but how you implement Chrome extension to stop timer watch? I want only API to stop timer from my backend server. Could anyone help me?
Leandro López commented
Any updates on this feature? It would be really cool to have an API to at least query tracked time on projects.
API incoming anytime soon?
It's not a "great feature to have" as you put it, but an ABSOLUTE NECESSITY for any modern web-app. And there is no excuse for not providing one in the times of Apiary, Swagger, API Blueprint, GraphQL, etc.
Is there any update on this? We have been waiting for this feature for over a year. I have an admin person working on manual data loads for 3-4 hours every week because we still dont have the possibility to integrate.
I am now starting to go through other applications and tracking software.
It's a real shame since some of the guys internally really liked you software, but at the end of the day it does not make any economical sense to anyone to have to do manual work which could easily be automated.
Looking forward to a definite ETA, if not it will be goodbye within the next 30 days.
Could you provide an update to the status please? An API would we tremendously useful to have.
Jacek Tomaszewski commented
So much time has passed and still no API ;o
Too huge chunk of work to implement? API can be self-documented, and doesn't need additional time to be maintained, if you keep it versioned.
For me now I'll have either to do it myself by scraping your website or choosing a different timetracking tool. Sadly I think I'll have to go with the other option ;/
Michael Sandman commented
Too bad. New features are fun but we need to integrate the old ones first i.e. API. By Everhour, loved the product but you need to listen to your user base. Cancelling and moving on...
As mentioned before: Please do not spend time supporting some specific tools! Give us an API and the community will develop connectors/Apps/exporters on that base. I think this would be a huge selling point!
Start with a very simple API and improve from there.
I also would like an api for this.
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No updates on this?
We are right now in a situation where we are deciding which timetrack we want to use, but without any API then it is a no-go.
So with 7 months since last update, im not thinking this is gonna happen
Looking for API as well, hopefully we'll be able to see one! Whole app is great btw, thanks!
Roger K. Kristiansen commented
I'd really like a command line client to quickly register hours, and I think an API would enable a third party to create that too.