Support » Plugin: Post Worktime Logger » Do we need “Disable Tracking Once Posts Are Published” or similar?

  • Resolved krisis

    (@krisis)


    Hello! This plugin is still a daily lifesaver for me as I undertake gathering data on a massive month of posting.

    However, the more and more I use it, the more I think that there ought to be a permanent setting that auto-pauses time tracking once a Post or Page is published, giving us the option to re-enable it.

    Maybe I’m unique in this, but I revisit the editor for published pages all the time – to copy HTML, to add tags, or to tweak a social sharing copy. But, that’s not really work time for me, so I find myself RUSHING down to the pause button every time. Sometimes I do significant re-write work on a published post, but that’s an exception and not a rule.

    I don’t think my single comment should be enough to push this into reality (after all, we do have the pause button!), but I wonder how common this sort of behavior is among others!

    Best – Peter

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  • Plugin Author blackus3r

    (@filme-blog)

    Hey @krisis,

    What a coincidence, I just released version 1.4.0.
    In this version, it is possible to disable this autostart behavior.

    I will close this as resolved, because we have implemented this feature already 🙂

    Plugin Author blackus3r

    (@filme-blog)

    Oh, wait I have misunderstood you….
    You want to disable the auto start time tracking when the post is already published.

    I will create an issue on GitHub and this feature will be implemented in version 1.5.0, okay?

    Plugin Author blackus3r

    (@filme-blog)

    Hey,

    The version 1.5.0 contains the requested feature. Have fun with it 🙂

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