Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker

Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker

Puts a timer into any web tool and allows quick real time productivity tracking with all the data stored on your Toggl account

  • Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker
  • Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker
  • Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker
  • Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker
  • Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker
What is Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker?
Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker is a Chrome extension that arms you with a timer in any web tool for real-time productivity tracking. Capitalize on its compatibility with over 120 integrated tools like Trello, Asana, Todoist, Jira, and Notion. Aside from tracking time, it also offers features like a Pomodoro timer, idle detection, and tracking reminders for maximum productivity. Join over 3 million users and boost your productivity.
Stats
Users: 400,000+
Rating: 4.38 (1,538)
Version: 4.0.0 (Last updated: 2024-07-22)
Creation date: 2020-06-25
Risk impact: Low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Very low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 3
Permissions:
  • alarms
  • background
  • contextMenus
  • idle
  • notifications
  • scripting
  • storage
  • cookies
  • offscreen
Host permissions:
  • *://*.toggl.com/*
  • *://toggl.com/*
Size: 7.76M
Stats date:

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Summary

Whether you use Trello, Asana, Todoist, Jira, Notion or one of the 120+ integrated tools, start tracking time without opening a new tab. Toggl Track timer can now also fill your Pomodoro needs through automated reminders.

If you were looking for Toggl Button, you're in the right place -> we've just rebranded as Toggl Track, but the functionality of the extension remains the same (and we also switched colors a bit as well).

To see a list of all the supported tools please visit https://toggl.com/track/integrations/?type=extension#_

  1. Click "Add to Chrome".
  2. Log in to Toggl Track from the extension menu or from https://toggl.com/track/ (tab can be closed)
  3. Under settings give the extension permissions to inject itself into the services you desire
  4. You will quickly start noticing the Toggl Track extension in your favorite productivity tools
  5. Start timer inside one of the supported web tools and the task’s name and project will be added to your Toggl Track time entry.
  6. Tracking your time will help boost productivity in no time

Toggl Track extension also has advanced features like:

  • Pomodoro timer
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User reviews
User reviews summary
These summaries are automatically generated weekly using AI based on recent user reviews. Chrome Web Store does not verify user reviews, so some user reviews may be inaccurate, spammy, or outdated.
Pros
  • Useful for tracking time on projects
  • Integrates with other applications like Asana
  • Great for consultants
Cons
  • Buggy, with issues like tracking not starting and buttons disappearing
  • Latest update added extra step to changing tasks
  • Random logouts and lack of popup
Most mentioned
  • Issues with tracking not starting
  • Buttons disappearing from Trello
  • Buggy behavior
Recent reviews
Was always a bit tempermental but stopped working completely now. I've tried everything: setting up again, re-installing, resetting permissions etc. Nothing works
by Ailish McCarthy Ailish McCarthy, 2024-07-19

Used to be great, hot garbage now. No more custom integrations, forcing me to use the little hovering button thing and highlight text to start tasks, because the context menu shortcut is broken and does absolutely nothing. Even so, for some reason the hovering button just straight up VANISHES 50% of the time when you click start/stop (and sometimes edit), forcing you to reload the page to get it back. Plus, if you set project in the desktop app while the task is running, when you stop the button it gets overwritten 90% of the time for some reason with whatever the default you set up was (even tho the default should rly just be there for when the timer initially starts...) - so you have to wait till you stop the task or start a new one and THEN always remember to manually set the project. The complete unreliability of this is so great that it makes me hesitate to start tasks. Tbh you're prolly better off copy-pasting into the desktop app. Honestly, not worth using Toggl anymore at this rate. The definition of ENSHITTIFICATION. Manifest v3 is partly to blame ofc, but the least Toggl could do is allow you to manually add integrations by adding/modifying the files if you sideload the extension. I tried that, using a custom integration I had that USED to work on the v2 version; but it made the webpage freeze after the buttons finished loading. And it seems they've stopped supporting login or something for the v2 version, so even if you try that version now, no dice. A real shame, because I always found myself singing Toggl's praises b/c of its extension.
by weirdal superfan weirdal superfan, 2024-06-23

Used to be great, hot garbage now. No more custom integrations, forcing me to use the little hovering button thing and highlight text to start tasks, because the context menu shortcut is broken and does absolutely nothing. Even so, for some reason the hovering button just straight up VANISHES 20% of the time when you click start/stop (and sometimes edit), forcing you to reload the page to get it back. Plus, if you set project in the desktop app while the task is running, when you stop the button it gets overwritten 90% of the time for some reason with whatever the default you set up was (even tho the default should rly just be there for when the timer initially starts...) - so you have to wait till you stop the task or start a new one and THEN always remember to manually set the project. The complete unreliability of this is so great that it makes me hesitate to start tasks. Tbh you're prolly better off copy-pasting into the desktop app. Honestly, not worth using Toggl anymore at this rate. The definition of ENSHITTIFICATION. Manifest v3 is partly to blame ofc, but the least Toggl could do is allow you to manually add integrations by adding/modifying the files if you sideload the extension. I tried that, using a custom integration I had that USED to work on the v2 version; but it made the webpage freeze after the buttons finished loading. And it seems they've stopped supporting login or something for the v2 version, so even if you try that version now, no dice. A real shame, because I always found myself singing Toggl's praises b/c of its extension.
by weirdal superfan weirdal superfan, 2024-06-23
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Safety
Risk impact

Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.

Risk likelihood

Toggl Track: Productivity & Time Tracker has earned a good reputation and can be trusted.

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