Here you can convert time units.
Hello, I've been looking for a table for quarterly demurrage (for my job) i.e 7-21 mins. = .25, 22-36 mins. = .50 etc. up to 260 minutes,
I made my own but want to ensure what I have is completely accurate.
Love your site! On Fridays, I always run into a situation where I need to know what time I need to log out to hit my 40 hours for the week (without going over). So, it'll say I punched back in from lunch at 1:07 PM and it'll say that I'm at 36.57 hours for the week...and then I need to manually figure out what time I'll hit my 40 hours and need to punch out (to avoid going into overtime). Is there any kind of a timer that does this quickly & easily?
Please add a timer that tells me what time to put in 5 hour roast so that it is done at 7p.
It would be great to have a conversion from decimal to time. For example:
10.505 = 10:30:30
please add calculators for years/months like months to years and months calculator please!
Add years to days please!!
Plz add a week tu year calculator
The Milliseconds to Dat conversion page should clearly show the time as GMT. Did not see a box to specify current location.
You should add a division and multiplication section just like the addition and subtraction part for time.
You should make a time calculator of year
Add a days to week, days to months, etc. calculator please!
add quarter hour calculator
this is a good page for school
We just launched Time to decimal calculator;
Thank you for your feedbacks...
It would be great to have a conversion for hh:mm:ss to decimal. For example: 10:30:30 = 10.505 for determining hourly payments.
Doing a wedding planning. This is very helpful if there was a time i can set then count, add or subract from that set time.