Time Tracking Widget

Is it possible to create a widget (I use the windows version of Wrike) that I can put in the corner of one of my screens - that only has the list of projects that I am using the timer on ... basically a small window that is only the timer.

This way, I can pin it always on top - on the side of my work and be able to switch my tasks easier than tabbing to Wrike. I know - not too hard to do, But, I would love to be able to just move my mouse over that widget, select the task I get shifted to... 

Although some days I am on a single task for the majority of the days, other times, I am tracking support request time over a variety of different departments.  We generally don't create a new task for each support item, but track the time it takes over the whole

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Microsoft Store's "Working Hours" app is a great example of functionality I'd suggest to be used for this widget. 

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A time tracking widget would be a game changer for tracking our efforts. If we were able to track our time in Wrike and not have to leave the application to use a ditterent tool that would create more efficiency. I would most likely live in the Wrike applicaiton all day if this were the case .

 

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When a timer has been started in Wrike, it shows up within the desktop app only. Unless someone is "living" in the app all of the time, it is easy to forget that the timer is running. That makes it easy to let it run for far longer than it should.

Show the timer in the macOS menubar and Windows taskbar so that it is a constant visual reminder that the timer is running, regardless of which app you're using at the moment.

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