Toggl - Product Stars
Best products of August 2018


insanely simple free time tracking

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Wade Foster
Used this for a few users when I freelanced more. Definitely one of the simplest time tracking apps out there.
Amit Bhatia
Recently found this app and I use it to manage my own productivity. It's so easy. I only wish they'd integrate a pomodoro timer into the app.
Fernando Garrido Vaz
@amiglobe There is one, at least on the Mac desktop version. It's not very easy to find, though - and not very good, actually. Here is how to enable it:
Amit Bhatia
@garrido Thanks! Will try it. Never saw that before. I just use pomodoro timer and like it's simplicity
Fernando Garrido Vaz
Nice and simple, and effective. I'm a happy user.
Shane Lennon
Really easy to use. I have a few clients where having the backup breakdown is key, and Toogl let's me easily notate what I did in a time period and slot under different projects at a client.
Yasith Abeynayaka
I use Toggl as an individual and used as a paid business user. We had around 25 members lean product engineering using toggl as their timesheet tool, 6 management team checking reports and creating projects and 2 clients paying for the effort and validating time entries. This setup included generating billing invoices as well. Toggl was ideal match for our team as, 1. We usually very lazy to enter time, but toggl made it fun as all you had to do was click a button whenever you start something 2. Client also had a great dashboard where they can see actual billing amount getting updated in every second. 3. It is multi-platform tool - therefore we could start-stop the timer even when we were on the move or away from our PCs using the mobile app.
Fabio Bracht
Even though it says — and is — "insanely simple", it's also super flexible, lightweight and delightful to use. A killer app to use with the Pomodoro Technique. If I ever need to issue billable hours, I'll happily pay for the premium version.
Francesco Mari
Simply the best timetracker available! Even with pomodoro now! Love it 🔝 🔝 🔝
Julien Fruchier
Found you on a spreadsheet floating around with links to resources for the future of work. Love it!
Shun Yamada
I began using Toggl since I started remote work. That's an incredibly useful tool, I really like it. If you had some consulting jobs, you should download it. One of the good points is you can output after work done, this visual output will make your client satisfaction. I don't know everything but any functions there. And I will try to get any when I had time :)
Timar Ivo Batis
freaking hate this app. sooo confusing. never does what youd expect....