What is Toggl?
Toggl is an online time-tracking tool. It is popular with freelancers, groups, and small companies all over the world, mostly in US, Canada and UK.
Toggl is a tool in the Time Tracking category of a tech stack.
Who uses Toggl?
21 companies reportedly use Toggl in their tech stacks, including ROI Hunter, BotSpace Stack, and CyanCor.
113 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Toggl.
GitHub, Slack, Google Drive, Jira, and GitLab are some of the popular tools that integrate with Toggl. Here's a list of all 47 tools that integrate with Toggl.
- One-Click Timers
- Background Tracking
- Calendar Integration
Toggl Alternatives & Comparisons
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