Rize is a smart time tracker that improves your focus and helps you build better work habits.
Try it free for 14 days. No credit card required.
Available for macOS and Windows.
“With Rize I never need to ask myself where I'm spending my time. Instead, I can ask myself how I want to spend my time.”
“Rize has helped me get more time to focus on coding and build better work habits around taking breaks.”
“Since using Rize, I've been able to increase my daily average of focus time by 2 hours. It's had a massive impact on my productivity.”
“The ability to perform deep work is becoming increasingly rare at exactly the same time it is becoming increasingly valuable in our economy. As a consequence, the few who cultivate this skill, and then make it the core of their working life, will thrive.”
- Cal Newport, New York Times bestselling author of Deep Work
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Rize automatically tracks and categorizes your work activity in real-time. Understand how your time is spent, how to reclaim focus time, and how to optimize breaks and meetings.
Currently available on macOS and Windows.
You can’t improve what you don’t measure. Rize provides a daily score with in-depth, personalized metrics so you can quantify and track your focus.
Drill down into the quality of your focus time to see how much you are context switching and which apps or websites are most distracting.
Study after study shows that taking frequent breaks improves your productivity. Rize analyzes your work activity and notifies you when to take a break at the right time. You never have to set a timer.
This prevents burnout, limits work creep, and keeps you recharged between sessions of focus work.
Capture any time spent on your computer without having to start or stop timers.
Receive a report of your time breakdown and productivity metrics every day via email.
Easily create custom categories that give you better insights into how your time is spent.
Automatically start and stop tracking your work activity based on a set schedule.
Get notified when to take a break based off of your work activity. No pomodoro timers necessary.
Get notified when you have worked a set number of hours in a day to prevent overworking yourself.
Create better categorization rules around your meetings by connecting your Google Calendar.
Automatically categorize your meetings based on keywords like recruiting, interviews, stand-up, etc.
See how focused you are and which apps or websites interrupt you the most.
Tag blocks of time with project tags to further segment how your time is spent.
Start and stop manually timed sessions to work in a Pomodoro technique way.
Keep tabs on how much you've worked throughout the day right on your desktop.
Rize is an incredibly powerful tool to customize time tracking exactly how you want it. Take a look at our user guide to see everything Rize is capable of.
Session timer only.
One day of data retained.
Includes a 14-day free trial.
No credit card required.
Includes a 14-day free trial.
No credit card required.
Rize is for anyone who greatly values their time and wants to improve their overall productivity. Some use cases include:
Rize is a macOS and Windows app that automatically captures time spent on your desktop's focused window. For websites, it will connect and request the current url to help categorize any time spent in browsers.
For meetings, Rize allows you to integrate your Google Calendar to capture time in meetings even if your focused window is not the video call. This is helpful if you are presenting or multi-tasking.
Rize is currently available for macOS (Mojave 10.14.6 or later) and Windows (Windows 10 or later). Support for Linux will be coming soon.
On macOS, Rize supports all major browsers including Google Chrome, Safari, Brave Browser, Microsoft Edge, Arc, SigmaOS, Mighty and many more.
Rize tracks time spent on unsupported browsers, but is unable to categorize any activity by URL within the browser.
Your data is hosted on Amazon Web Services, protected both physically and electronically. Your data is only accessible through your personal password-protected account, and any data is encrypted at rest and in transit. Our database generates backups of our data at least twice a day for redundancy.
Our team has engineering experience from top technology companies like Twitter and Periscope. Security is not an afterthought for us; we design, develop, and ship code with security as a top consideration.
In addition to the free tier, the paid tier of Rize costs $9.99 per month when billed annually and $14.99 per month when billed monthly. Both include a 14-day free trial with full access to the product. You can cancel your account at any time.
If you decide to stop paying for Rize, you can retain access to your account and all of your existing data. However, any new activity going forward will not be tracked.
Will has a background in front-end software engineering and design with work experience at Twitter, Periscope, and numerous early stage startups.
Macgill focuses primarily on back-end software engineering with work experience at Twitter and Peer. Previously, he cofounded and sold a company called GuideHire in Boston.
We aim to build the first ever "fitness app for your productivity." A tool that enables you to your productivity and focus, so you can achieve more in less time.
We feel a very strong personal connection to this project. The goal of continuously improving ourselves through quantifiable metrics and self-reflection is something that aligns deeply with our core values. We really hope to work on Rize for the long-term.
Yes. After signing up, you can share your referral code to give your friends one free month of Rize. You will also receive one free month of Rize for each friend that becomes a subscriber.
For those with considerable audiences, we have an ambassador program where you can earn 20% of any recurring subscription payments from your referrals.
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