Toggl: Time-Tracking Software in the Cloud

by Jan 29, 2014Tech1 comment

Do you need to track your work time? I do. But my employer provides software with such a clunky interface that I simply can’t bear it and, subsequently, I’ve had a perpetual temptation not to bother providing accurate data. (The software requires you to log in practically every time you change to a new task!)

But now I’ve joined the millions of happy, peppy people who use Toggl. The best part is that you can just click “continue” next to a task you’ve recently been doing. If you’re going back to a task you haven’t done for a while, just start typing the name and it will pop up as an option.

I use it for my day job and my graphic design business.

Click here to check it out.

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