Toggl Track's free browser extensions embed a Toggl Track timer into the interface of more than 100 apps, allowing you to track time within the app itself.
With additional features like pomodoro timer and idle detection, it's the ultimate tool to maximize your productivity and streamline time tracking into your workflow without needing to jump between tools.
A step-by-step guide on how to integrate Toggl Track with Outlook Calendar
The extension should now appear in your taskbar. Click on it and login into your Toggl Track account. If you do not have one, you can sign up for free here. Integration with Outlook Calendar works with a free account.
Click on the cogwheel icon to access the Settings page. In the Integrations tab, search for Outlook Calendar and select it to enable the integration. Your changes are immediately saved.
Head over to Outlook Calendar. You should now see a Toggl Track icon in the user interface. Clicking on it will open a popup where you can start the timer, add a time entry description, project or tags. You are now tracking time!
Head over to track.toggl.com to view your time entries or to export a time report. Voilà, it’s that easy.
Teams of 10+ are eligible for a personalized demo to see how Toggl Track can meet your time tracking goals
Toggl Track integrates with 100+ online tools
Google Calendar is a time management and scheduling calendar service. Native integration available.
Google Docs is an online word processor that lets you create, format and share documents
Asana is designed to help teams organize, track, and manage their work. Native integration available.