Our hands have (luckily) been full of work, but we finally got ourselves together to introduce to you some tricks that can help you make toggling faster and more comfortable. This post includes several features that can be enabled from different places around Toggl. All of this to make your life easier!
– Let´s start with the most common features that many of you haven´t even heard about. All of those can be enabled from your My Profile page:
Workspaces In New Toggl
Hi all Togglers!
This blog post is about workspaces in Toggl, to show you all that is now better 😉
Everything you do in Toggl gets allocated to a workspace: time entries, projects, team, features.. Hence your Pro subscriptions, Settings and Reports are all workspace-specific. In the New version, there are two places to manage workspaces: a general Workspaces page where you can see all the workspaces you belong to, and an administrators-only page where they can change Workspace Settings.
Let’s start with the Workspace Settings page. This is what you´ll see:
11 Tips For Productive Office Meetings
Effective office meetings need structure, order, and flow. Communicate properly before, during, and after meetings to get the most of your time and energy. Engage with your team members at every stage of the process – and ask for feedback on your meeting techniques.
With input from your colleagues and these 11 tips, you’ll be a meeting ninja in no time!
10 Quotes That Will Lead You To Successful Time Organizing
How often do you find yourself saying, “In a minute” or “I’ll get to it tomorrow”? Do you feel that you never have enough time? This is a daily struggle for most of us, isn’t it! Maybe those 10 quotes will help you start organizing your time more effectively – at least they made me realize that time is so much more than just minutes, hours or plain calendar days…
1. “Time is free, but it’s priceless. You can’t own it, but you can use it. You can´t keep it, but you can spend it. Once you’ve lost it, you can never get it back.”
2. “Take care in your minutes, and the hours will take care of themselves.”