Trends & News

Toggl Hire: Q2, 2022

Welcome to another quarterly update! Before filling you in on what we’ve been doing to strengthen your hiring game, we have to say that this quarter felt a bit like summer; it lasted for 3 days! While we always keep the focus on you, our customers, this time, we worked on features and additions that


The business of running a distributed business: Viktor Jarnheimer of Proxify

Today, running a remote or distributed company is a concept that virtually every person and their pet is familiar with. But rewind a couple of years, and working remote was an exception. What’s changed? In this interview, we chat with Viktor Jarnheimer, CEO at Proxify, to learn more about the company’s path to success and


What’s new in Toggl Track • Q2 2022

Here’s what’s we launched for Toggl Track last quarter. With the release of several long-awaited features, Q2 was all about about keeping our promises to our users. Thanks to all of our loyal, vocal users! Stay vocal. We’re listening. Less work and better controls for workspace admin Reset your project time estimates for your recurring


Scheduled Maintenance: Saturday, June 11th 2022

On Saturday, June 11th, Toggl Track will be performing scheduled maintenance beginning at 8 a.m. UTC while we perform necessary maintenance to our database primary database cluster. During this time, users will be unable to access the web application or their Toggl Track account information. Existing installations of Track’s mobile and desktop apps will work


What’s new in Toggl Track • Q1 2022

In case you missed it, here’s what’s we released for Toggl Track last quarter. The theme: little enhancements with a big impact. Here’s to better focus and better organization! Better focus for individuals and teams Pomodoro mode for iOS users iOS finally got its Pomodoro mode (joining its Pomodoro brethren the Chrome and Firefox browser


Announcing the new Toggl Track API, v9!

The Toggl Track API got better. Say goodbye to v8 and switch to the current v9 to take full advantage of all the new benefits.

Trends & News

Toggl Hire: Q1, 2022

Welcome back! Did you miss our quarterly updates? We did! The first few months of 2022 were busy here at Toggl Hire. We focused on knowing our customers better and helping them ace the productivity game. Thus, we’ve officially launched Video Intros, and welcomed candidate details, editing candidate information, bulk actions, and new additions to


Toggl Stands With the People of Ukraine

Like most of you, the news of the Russian invasion of Ukraine has hit all of us very hard. The sights of millions suffering and escaping the senseless violence shakes us to the core. But for our team, this war hits closer to home than just watching it on TV. Being a remote-first company, we

Project Planning

How To Create A Project Timeline In 8 Actionable Steps

Creating a project timeline can be overwhelming for new managers. Follow these 8 actionable steps to create a perfect timeline for your project.


Our Browser Extension Now Supports Infinite Integrations

We’re extending our extension so you can add extensions to the extension Are you a fan of our browser extension, A.K.A. the Toggl Track button? As part of a series of changes to our open source code, we’re splitting the integrations from the heavier code of the browser extension. These integrations will remain open source,

Work / Life

Why Toggl Chose ROWE Over 40 Hour Workweeks

At Toggl, we’ve been living and touting the benefits of working from anywhere since 2014. Not just that, but we’ve also made a big bet on the future of remote work by creating tools that enable distributed teams to be more productive and successful. Working remotely has worked out well for us, too. Hundreds of


Purposeful Open Source at Toggl Track

Toggl Track has long had a number of open source repositories available on GitHub. These range from our public API documentation and various smaller libraries to the full code of our desktop client apps. Unfortunately, due to lack of focus over many years, most of these repositories now range from obscure to unmaintained in their