Top 20 Tech Conferences to Attend in 2020

Not sure which events are worth attending? We have you covered. We’re breaking down 20 of the top tech conferences for programmers, designers, and marketers.


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


Organize Your Sidebar with Favorites

Favorites is a new premium feature that allows you to choose the projects and teams that are most important to you and pin them on top of your sidebar. We have seven teams and a lot of ongoing projects at Toggl Plan, all of them visible on the sidebar. Unfortunately (or perhaps, fortunately, for my


Coming Soon: Beta Launch of Boards for Projects in Toggl Plan

If you use Asana, Trello, or any of the dozens of other tools that feature kanban boards, you know how useful boards can be. They provide a new way to organize your work, allow you to check on a task’s status at a glance, and ensure nothing gets lost when you’re juggling dozens of projects.


Teamweek is rebranding as Toggl Plan

Before we get into the details on Teamweek’s rebrand, bear with me and read this short story about a famous pop threesome, the Jonas Brothers. Still with me? Good! Because here at Teamweek, we’d like to think we’re the Jonas Brothers of work tools. Why We’re Rebranding Like the Jonas Brothers, our company was founded


Introducing Timeline View on Mac Desktop App

We recently launched a brand new timeline view, which allows you to easily compare your actual tracked time to recorded programs.


Going Back to Work After Vacation – The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

Meet Sam. Sam used to be a wonderful employee, but he spent the last three weeks soaking up the sun while lounging around at a beachside pool. Now, the last thing Sam wants to do is head back to work after vacation and do paperwork, read his backdated emails, and play catch up all week.


Google Project Management Doesn’t Exist… Now What?

Google is the most popular search engine in the world. You know that something has become a phenomenon when it’s also used as a verb. Ask someone to Google something for you, and they’re on it. Ask them to ‘Yahoo’ something and -you guessed it- they’ll Google what that means. Because it’s so pervasive, a


How to Feel Progress: A Complete Guide to Documenting and Tracking Progress

In our day-to-day lives, it’s easy to reach a stalemate and feel like we aren’t making any progress. You get bogged down in the minutiae of each project, not realizing how much you have accomplished since you began. Over time, this can be incredibly disheartening and demoralizing for you and others on your team who


Want to Learn a New Skill? Try Brain Hacking.

A mixture of acetylcholine, noradrenaline, and dopamine prime the brain for learning. Brain hacking can help coax them out.


Saying NO With Grace – Templates For How To Say No Without Looking Like an A**hole

My mom tells me that my first word was “No!” Even before I attempted “Mama” or “Dada,” I had mastered the art of pissing people off. I would say “No” even when my mom asked me if I wanted blueberry pie, and if I refuse blueberry pie, it’s time to call the paramedics. That changed


Distributed Teams Are the Future- Here’s How to Make Them Work

When Yahoo appointed former Google executive Marissa Mayer as its president and CEO in July 2012, she gave every indication of being progressive. Mayer brought in free food and issued sleek new iPhones, which suggested that she valued and was investing in her teams. Then, in February 2013, she rescinded Yahoo’s work from home policy