A few weeks ago, we ran a survey about the time management habits of Toggl online timer users. One of the questions was about the maximum length that people can keep their focus on only one task and here are the results:
A few weeks ago, we ran a survey about the time management habits of Toggl online timer users. We contacted about 5000 people and got an impressive 536 replies as of today. Based on the open answers to this question we categorized the most common time management mistakes that Toggl users identified. Are you guilty of any of these?
The new completely native iOS timer app has been just submitted for AppStore review. As such we would like to officially announce that both of our Android and iOS apps are fully open source on Github!
We want all of the development to happen out in the open. That way you can see exactly what we are working on and what our native applications do on your phones. We want to give you an option to participate in the process and help us make the most awesome time tracking application to date.
While it looks a lot different (in a good way), it’s more stable than ever and it has the same good old functionality – time tracking has never been this easy!
We’ve added some cool features to this version which the previous one didn’t have. The sweetest of them are the idle detection, which notifies you of the time you’ve been inactive, and reminders to track time – just to be sure you’re actually being productive, not slacking!
While Windows users might be going all green with envy now, there’s actually a Windows version in the works at this very moment and it will be released soon.
Toggl Desktop is an open source project. You’re welcome to help us by submitting pull requests, bug reports or feature requests to our Github page - https://github.com/toggl/toggldesktop/ .
And, of course, you’re welcome to contact our lovely support team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
Happy toggling – be productive!
Last week we held a yet another competition with an iPad as a prize. This time we wanted to know the most useful productivity tips that you have. We decided to give the iPad for this straight forward #ProductivityTip:
As you go about your every-day routine, eventually you will come to a point where you’ve just had it. Enough! No more!
That’s about an inch from total burnout. So, what will you do?
Spend a fortune on therapy that’ll only postpone the inevitable? (Can you afford spending that fortune?)
Quit? (Who will pay your bills? And you actually love what you do for a living…)
Well, building a greenhouse might be another option…