FAQ / What does the Clockk browser extension track?
The Clockk browser extension, which you installed in Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge, sends Clockk:
- page title
- date & time you accessed the page
- In certain web apps (see our supported list), Clockk uses content on the page, such as your logged-in Twitter user, to disambiguate which project you’re working on
- For Chrome users, Clockk also submits an identifier that distinguishes which Chrome profile you’re using
All processing takes place in your browser; no page contents, other than the project-disambiguating portions, are ever sent to Clockk.
We track and store as little as possible while still making your timesheets a pleasure to work on.