Toggl Desktop 7.3 Gets Autotracker, Default Projects on the Way
It’s no secret that when keeping pedal to the metal all the time it is usual to have some hiccups along the way. We’ve kept our speed up with the improvements and developments of Toggl Desktop and I am proud to announce another new release – Toggl Desktop 7.3 is here!
Introducing Toggl Business
Update: As of February 2017, the Business plan is known as Toggl Enterprise. Have a look here to compare all our existing subscriptions! Today I am thrilled to introduce to you Toggl Business – a new time management package where effortless employee time tracking meets faster, easier control for managers.
Toggl Desktop for Mac OSX Has Arrived!
The new and improved Toggl Desktop for Mac OS X 10.8 and above has finally arrived! You can download it here. While it looks a lot different (in a good way), it’s more stable than ever and it has the same good old functionality – time tracking has never been this easy! We’ve added some
Toggl now works inside Asana
We have a nifty Chrome extension called the Toggl Button. It creates a little Toggl button inside your favourite webapp (Asana, Pivotal Tracker, Github and Teamweek supported at the moment), and lets you start the timer without switching a page. Feel free to get Toggl Button from Chrome webstore. Edit. Toggl Button is an open-source
Reports API Unveiled
Great news, fellow developers and hackers – we are now ready to reveal the much requested and greatly missed Reports API. Now you can get the aggregated or detailed information of all the time tracked in a workspace through the API in JSON format. For all the workspace users, for a single user or for