Project Planning

Rebranding? Read this first!

The beginning of 2020 has been busy for us– we’ve gone through a comprehensive rebrand, taking on the new name and identity of Toggl Plan. We’re nowhere near to calling this a closed project, but we passed an important milestone when we made our new brand public in the beginning of February. The thing is,


Is that job really remote? Remote first vs. remote friendly

There are a lot of listicles trying to pin down every single remote company in existence. Employees want in on the newfound freedom, and employers want to appear flexible and hip. It’s the new “unlimited office snacks” or “sports benefits” to list as a perk in the job ad. “Remote is the new unlimited office


How to Increase Accountability in the Workplace

Accountability in the workplace is important for a team that’s productive, collaborative, and high-performing. Here’s what it takes to make that happen.


Communicate Faster with Comments & Mentions in Toggl Plan

With this feature, which eventually allows real time collaboration in Toggl Plan, you can have a conversation about any task, right where your planning happens. Write a comment or ask a question, and use “@” + Name (e.g. @LauraLaasi) to make sure the right people see it. All notifications about comments will be delivered to


How to Manage All Your HR Duties Without the Stress

Ultimately, you feel the pressure to be fully organized, on time and supportive of your fellow employees all at once. This can easily become draining! You’re trying your best to be the ultimate people-person but the constant duties, paperwork and forms keep piling up and you’re always running out of time.  These experiences are common


How to Manage Your Team’s Vacation Requests Without Drama

You’re sitting at your desk, daydreaming about the vacation you’re taking next week. You’ll get to sleep in, drink fruity drinks with umbrellas in them, and use your phone for jealousy-inducing selfies, not just sending frantic work emails at all hours of the day and night. It sounds downright blissful… until your boss walks through


Everything You Need to Know About Resource Planning

A few years ago, I worked with a graphic designer named Vanessa. She was brilliant, creative, and outstanding at her job, which proved to be her undoing. Vanessa was invariably a part of our higher-stakes projects because her work was of such a high quality that she made the entire team look good. She never


How to Turn Your Quarterly Plans into Action

How often do you look back at the last few months and wonder where the time has gone? What did you actually get done? It feels like you were just running around, dealing with one fire after another, but the list of ideas you wanted to implement is still just that– a list. The disappointment


Startup Growth – How to Achieve Consistent Growth Without Sacrificing Quality

Do you dream of having the top IPO of the year? Do you imagine a day when your face is on the front cover of Forbes or Time magazine?  If your startup takes off, you’ll quickly become more than a famed entrepreneur. You could also become fabulously wealthy. You’d finally get to work on passion


An Insider’s Guide to Coworking Spaces

To many people, including fellow remote workers, coworking spaces are still uncharted territory. Many prefer to work from home or coffee shops and wonder:  Why should I pay to work at a coworking space? There are so many shared offices out there – what should I look for? Where do I find coworking spaces? Which

Project Planning

What Is a PMO? PMO Meaning and Examples

In the last decade, more and more corporations have developed a project management office (PMO) to benefit their business. When you set up this kind of office correctly, it can help you become a more efficient and productive company. To get started, you’ll want to learn more about PMO examples, how to set one up,


What Is A Product Launch Plan and Why Your Startup Desperately Need It

When I woke up the morning after the launch party, I felt like I had been hit by a Mack truck. Every time I turned over, it hurt. When my roommate opened the door to offer black coffee and Tylenol, the creaking hinges practically made my ears bleed. “Never again,” I muttered into my pillow