Well, there it is – one of you is the 1,000,000th Toggler. Congratulations, anonymous winner!
And it’s all thanks to you.
By the way – have you ever wanted to know who your fellow Togglers are?
Well, legally we can’t tell you. But to celebrate the occasion of breaking the magical one million barrier, we thought to give you a small glimpse of where we stand at the moment.
Toggl is also probably the only successful Estonian startup not followed by its tech savvy president.
Mr. president, if you’re reading this, please follow back. Thanks!
Steady as she goes
In a time of high speed start up’s, Toggl is a turtle. Toggl was founded in 2006, but it didn’t start rapidly accelerating until 2014.
It goes to show sometimes it’s OK to take things slow.
Millions of Hours tracked
In total, Togglers have tracked over 232,500,000 hours of time. That’s approximately 26,500 years worth of time entries.
It would take 80,000 years to reach the closest star to our solar system. We could be on Alpha Centauri like, next year!
Toggl is Global
There is not a single country in the world that hasn’t searched for Toggl. And yes, that means even North Korea has been interested (on 5 occasions).
The majority of Togglers come from the US, but there’s plenty of you out there in UK, Canada, Japan and Germany.
Toggl is for everyone
According to Twitter, Togglers come from all walks of life.
The most prominent interest group is marketers, followed by social media people and designers. Developers and business people are keen trackers too.
Rumor has it some people Toggl their sleeping, though this could not be independently confirmed.
Toggl has a lot of freelance users, but teams track time too.
The average team size is 5.31. Which means that every sixth team member on Toggl is a terminator. Not super sure though, we’re not good with how numbers work (that’s why we Toggl).
The biggest workspace ever has 350+ users. Wonder what they’re working on?
So there you have it.
It has been an interesting ride so far. We’ll allow ourselves half a cup of sparkly each, and then we’ll get back to work. There’s quite a bit on our hands right now, between working on the web app, Toggl mobile apps and Desktop versions.
Thanks for sticking with us, and let’s make 2015 count!
Illustrations by Mart Virkus @ Toggl