If you are trying hard to keep track of the users time which they spent in your Salesforce org then you will be happy to try this solution which I built for you. I have created an app which runs as a background utility in an app and keep tracks of the time user spent on that app. It’s very simple to configure it and it will give you a detailed view of the time spent by your Salesforce users.
This is a pure lightning experience solution so it won’t work for Salesforce classic.
Steps to Configure
Prerequisites – Either you need to install a managed or unmanaged package in your Salesforce org. You can also built your own components from the code provided on the Github repository.
Unmanaged Package Link
- After installing this app, you have to add the lightning component as a background utility in the app where you want to track users time. You can configure it in multiple apps if your users are using the multiple apps.Find the app and click the Edit button in the drop-down menu.
Click on the Utility Items in the navigation bar and click on the Add Utility Item button.
Find and Select the UserTimeLoggerService Component and Save it.
That’s all you need to configure this app. 🙂
Lightning Tab to see the report
This app also has a lightning tab which displays user logs for last 30 days.
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