Add Toggl Online Timer to TeamWeek and Pivotal Tracker

Great news! We have created a Chrome Extension called “Toggl Button” for easy one-click time tracking. You can now add Toggl extension to your Chrome and start the online timer within the popular web tools TeamWeek (project planning) and Pivotal Tracker (project management).

Toggl Button Chrome Extension in TeamWeek
Toggl Button (Chrome Extension) in TeamWeek

Adding the extension to your Chrome will give you a little Toggl timer on your TeamWeek’s tasks and Pivotal Tracker’s tickets (see the pictures). Clicking on the Toggl Button will start the timer automatically (you must be already logged in to web page) and the task’s name will become this time entry’s description. Please note that the time entry will not be attached to a project. The project needs to be added manually.

Toggl Button Chrome Extension in Pivotal Tracker
Toggl Button in Pivotal Tracker

The time entry will be started on your Toggl account. You must go to to view, edit and stop this. Or start the next time entry within your TeamWeek or Pivotal Tracker account.

This extension will be open-source, so you could make your own Toggl Button very soon!

Go and get your Toggl Button!

By On May 17, 2013

  1. […] while using other web tools just became a little easier. As we announced in May, we have created “Toggl Button” Chrome extension that works with Pivotal Tracker and TeamWeek. Now we have open sourced the “Toggl […]

  2. This is a good idea, we were considering doing the same one for Redmine.
    Any idea of the code release date?

  3. […] buttons or even integrate some kind of third party functionality. A good example is our own plugin to start our Toggl timer directly from Pivotal Tracker as we pick tasks to work on. It was originally created to save our team’s time and then we […]