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New Feature: Bulk Edit For Projects

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We have managed to release a new feature: bulk editing for projects!

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Mondays, right?


In few a days Toggl is going to reach a new milestone – drumroll – 100 000 active users. This is big! In fact it’s so big that I decided to write a user growth counter for our office TV. So that was my mission, my one goal.

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Using Toggl Button Chrome Extension With Custom Domains

Toggl Button has integrations with a lot of tools and it keeps adding new integrations all the time. By default Toggl Button supports the default domain addresses on each tool. If company uses their own private server to host the service the Toggl Button default setup is not enough. In this blog post I describe how users can customise the Toggl Button to support their custom domains. Read More »

Early Christmas Present! New Planned Features In Toggl


With only two months to go until Christmas, here’s what we have in the development pipeline. Most of those have been long-planned, and we can now say they will most probably be released by the end of the year. Without much further ado, here we go:

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Awesome People Don’t Make Excuses

It’s 6:13 AM and my phone starts ringing. No, it’s not one of my friends coming from a late party, it’s workday and my alarm is making all the noise. I get out of bed and once again put on my running shoes, grab my music player and head to the door. It’s dark, it’s cold and I feel that most bones in my body don’t want to be here. Still there’s no way I’m going back, so I start picking up the pace. What’s actually going on?

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How To Pick Up Better Habits And Change Your Life

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It has happened to all of us: you’ve decided that it’s time for a change and feel excited about it. You can already picture how you’ll feel once you’ve turned your life around, you can almost touch it. Then, suddenly time has passed and you find yourself still in the same old rut.

If this sounds like you, then perhaps it’s time to improve your strategies.

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‘Test-First’ Process For Hiring In A Startup

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Last year I wrote about a new hiring practice that we were then just starting to experiment with. Now is a good time to reflect on how things have progressed since.

In short, we like this concept more and more. We even gave it a name – the ’Test-First’ process, and have used it to hire 7 new team members this year. That’s quite a bunch, given our team size of 23.

During our last 3 campaigns for developer openings, around 1600 people took the tests, so this system definitely shows some momentum.

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