We released a new version of Toggl Desktop today – 2.6.0. Here is a list of changes compared to the previous version (2.5.1):
Autopilot is now out of beta and inside Toggl Desktop. What is Autopilot, you ask? Autopilot studies the applications (and the words in the title bar) you use while tracking different projects. After a short study period, it can give you suggestions on what project to track, based on the application currently in focus. Since it matches your projects with the application and the words in the title bar then you can use the same set of tools on different projects and Autopilot can tell them apart.
When you have a tendency to forget switching off the timer when finishing a task, you’ll find Autopilot quite useful. It will also help you catch all the seconds when your work time is very fragmented across different projects.
If you get a chance to test-drive the Autopilot for a day or two, it would be great if you could fill out a very short survey (takes about 2 minutes) about how useful you found it. That would help us improve it.
NB! Autopilot works currently only with timer Nano! Support for the new Classic will follow soon. Old Classic will not have Autopilot support. You might want to check out the Autopilot FAQ page as well.
New Classic timer
You can now use the new Classic timer inside Toggl Desktop. It has been added to the list of available timers. Simply right-click the system tray icon and select “Timer Classic Nova”.
Improved offline support
Many small fixes to improve the behaviour in offline mode.
NB2! The new version is available for Windows and Mac. Linux users must wait a bit until we get Autopilot working their OS too.