New widget and other fantastic updates !

Good news! The new timer widget has arrived!

It is available for Linux, Windows and Mac.

It will replace the Adobe AIR based widget. The technology that the new widget is built has better memory management and is more stable and faster to use.

The Linux installer is currently limited to Debian and Ubuntu. Other distributions will follow soon.

Download it here: The new Toggl Timer Widget

Toggl web has also been updated. Updates are:

  • Public reports for your clients – From now, you can share your work progress with your client. Just enable the report and share the link, that will be generated, with your client. Each client will have a different link, for security reasons.

    Click here for a sample report.

    NB! For Premium workspaces only.

  • Project templates – Now, when you create a new project, you can select an existing project and Toggl will import its settings to your new project. It means team members, billing info, planned tasks, etc.

    NB! For Premium workspaces only.

  • Planned task support for Nano
  • Possibility to change the planned task property on a past task
  • Updated language translations


Toggl Team

By On May 20, 2009

  1. Kevin, the Widget is compatible with Windows Vista. Try this: right click on the white/blank area and select “Reload”. The Widget is loading data when the screen is blank/white. It might take a few (or more) seconds, depending on your Internet connection.

  2. I use Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit. When I start the timer, I am presented with a blank application.

    Am I doing something wrong? Is the Widget not compatible with my operating system?

    Please advise.


  3. This is all excellent! Just what the doctor ordered as they say.

    There do seem to be a few bugs with the Client Report. If I change the projects drop down in the upper right to anything other than “All Projects” no detail is loaded. Seems like if you select a specific project, the summary information at the top should change to display the Planned Tasks and your remaining estimated time progress bars for each Planned Task for that project. That would be a perfect final touch, as sometimes the client only wants updates on a single project.