Indrek Vändrik

He's Mister Code, James Code. He likes to lift heavy weights and dig into hard problems. He doesn't drink coffee and he has three screens on his desk which is too little if you believe him. Also he likes to code them Indie games with zombies and stuff (http://zombierun.eu).

Toggl Button Statistics and Pomodoro Timer!

Indrek Vändrik 3rd November, 2015 13 Comments

In this post we’ll give you some insight to the usage statistics of different Toggl Button integrations and we’ll reveal our latest addition – Pomodoro timer for Toggl Button.

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Toggl Desktop 7.3 Gets Autotracker, Default Projects on the Way

Indrek Vändrik 22nd October, 2015 5 Comments

It’s no secret that when keeping pedal to the metal all the time it is usual to have some hiccups along the way. We’ve kept our speed up with the improvements and developments of Toggl Desktop and I am proud to announce another new release – Toggl Desktop 7.3 is here!

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What’s new in Toggl Desktop (and Our Plans for the Future)

Indrek Vändrik 16th September, 2015 4 Comments

Once again the summer has flown by in an instant. It’s time to change gears and start flying to new horizons with Toggl Desktop. This blog post will reflect on thing we got done this summer and will show our vision for the near future of Toggl Desktop.

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The Summer Of Toggl Desktop

Indrek Vändrik 3rd June, 2015 16 Comments

The past three months have just flown by. Once again it’s time to see where we stand with Toggl Desktop. In this blog post we’ll reflect on what we’ve done and what’s in the plans for this summer.

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What Is This Toggl Button Everyone Is Talking About?

Indrek Vändrik 27th May, 2015 7 Comments

It has been 3 months since we last posted about the Toggl Button. New superpowers have been added since.

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Toggl Desktop Plans for the Next 3 Months

Indrek Vändrik 4th March, 2015 39 Comments

Last week we once again assembled the team of lead Toggl Desktop thinkers and discussed our development plans for the next 3 months. There were so many new ideas that a mere third of them can be executed in such a small period of time.

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