Toggl is used by a range of teams - creative, support, marketing... you name it. But Toggl works particularly well for developers. Why?
Software teams need to show, not tell.
Your work is about results. While some teams focus on quarterly goals, you’re focused on putting out fires... yesterday. Bug fixes are generated by the hour, new tickets are created on the regular, and you’re focused on agility every single day.
Your time-tracking needs to reflect that.
Maybe you feel you’ve got the time-tracking fundamentals in place: you use a spreadsheet or software, your team fills in their hours, you send reports to clients, and you have a pretty good handle on it.
Now imagine what would happen if you could cut the time you spent on time-tracking admin in half? Or more? What if everything was a whole lot easier and more customizable? What kind of impact might that have on your output? On your ability to reduce daily stress?
In this ebook, you’ll learn how any software team can get started with Toggl, and how it helps things like project management, client transparency, resource allocation, and more. Whether you’re completely new to time-tracking or a veteran of the practice, this guide will walk you through how technical teams get the most out of Toggl.
Curious about Toggl, or want to make sure you’re using it correctly as a software team? This book is for you. Download the ebook and get reading!
Who Are We, And Why Are We Here?
Why Toggl Works for Developers And Their Teams
Toggl In Action: Two Case Studies From Software Teams Who Use Toggl
Take It From Them: Step-by-Step Scenarios for Using Toggl
What Problems Are We Solving for Developers?
How Toggl Uses Toggl: Why And How We Rely On Our Own Tool
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