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Below is an example of how you could keeping track of your time on paper.  Across the top of the page, is a heading that includes the columns for "From," "To," "Client," and "Description."  On each line below the heading is a record of what you did and when you did it.

PaperTimeRecordList

In the paper example above there are three "Time Records".  Each is a record of what you did and when you did it.  The set of Time Records is what we call a Time Records List.

Responsive Time Logger applies these basic concepts to how the software is designed.  Just like the paper system, Time Logger has columns with headings, Time Records, and a Time Records List.  Here's what these would look like if you had been using Time Logger instead of paper and pencil:

TimeRecordList

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