Working at Toggl

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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


Behind the scenes with the Toggl Track Android team: How we made our groovy Pomodoro waves

Have you tried the latest Android app release from Toggl Track? Toggl Track for Android 4.0.0 includes a Pomodoro mode. Users can track their pomodoros or use the Pomodoro Technique while tracking time. If you’ve tried our Pomodoro mode, have you tried it in full-screen mode? If you’re curious about the soothing waves that accompany


Trust, Not Surveillance: An Interview With the Toggl Track CEO on What Sets Us Apart

Toggl Track was born in response to a question that no other app seemed able to answer: Where was all their time going?


The Future of Remote Work: An Interview With the Founders of Toggl

The ongoing global pandemic has turned the couches, kitchen tables, and, sometimes, the beds of the world into the office space of the future. Remote work appears to be the topic of the year, although it’s far from a new phenomenon.

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The Joys and Challenges of Vanemapuhkus, the Estonian “Parental Vacation”

The Estonian term vanemapuhkus literally translates, word for word, into “parental vacation”. Any parent who’s been on this so-called vacation knows that it’s almost always anything but.


Adaptation and Compassion in a Time of Crisis: Our Statement on Covid-19

There’s a difference between choosing remote work and being suddenly confined to the boundaries of your home.

Remote Work

Step-by-Step Guide for Organizing an Epic Company Meetup

We are a fully remote company of 80 people working from 30 different countries. We love our remote set up, and most of us can not imagine going back to an office job. Yet, one of the downsides of the remote work is you can find yourself being lonely and feel isolated if you don’t spend face-to-face time with your colleagues. This is one of the reasons we organize team meetups throughout the year


How I Failed the 9/80 Work Schedule Experiment

When our marketing lead Emily asked me to try out the 9/80 work schedule experiment, I jumped on board without hesitation. (Or maybe I just mumbled a less enthusiastic and a lot more Estonian, “Yeah, ok I can do it.”) I get a Friday off? Enough said! To be quite honest, I already started making


To Avoid Distractions, Stop Using Time Management

Time management isn’t a solution to productivity woes, but rather the cause. Before you stop your time trackers, let me explain.

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How I Survived the Transition From Developer to Manager

I never considered becoming a manager. When fantasizing about the future, I’d think of working as a programmer until I had enough money to switch to something different


How Not to Build a Video Game

We tried to build a video game in a week and failed spectacularly. Join us on our 5-day journey to launch Paper Pushers: an office life simulation.

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Why We’re Planting Trees for Our Job Candidates

At Toggl Plan, we strive to hire amazing teammates based on their skills. Instead of submitting a resume, our applicants take a 20-minute skills test. These test results help us find top talent faster, and give job applicants an easy way to apply. In the past, we rewarded our top job applicants by sending them