Time tracking with Toggl

My friend Magoo is using toggl for time tracking and decided to give it a go. I usually apply pomodoros when I am programming, but although they are ok to keep me focused in the task at hand, I don’t like the fact that after they are gone I don’t have any way to keep track of what I was doing (because the reality is that I usually get interrupted and have to jump to some other project at least for some minutes)

My first impression wasn’t the best, it looked like an early version of a promising tool but still rough in every sense, but after adding some workspaces, clients and projects it started to look more usable.

When I realised that they have an Android client, a desktop version, and a Chrome integration that can be used inside Trello my respect grew a lot more.

I don’t think it will be the last tool I try for the task (there are things that I am still missing), but it is a lot better than any other option I have tried.

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One thought on “Time tracking with Toggl

  1. NMA

    Toggl is a good app but I myself prefer Time Tracking by primaERP: https://www.primaerp.com/

    I really liked its web version as a solution to data entry. It is more convenient than toggle’s. I also like its reporting and billing features plus it also has Android and iOS apps.

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