Toggl Desktop for Linux

Hello time traveller! You’ve found an ancient post – follow this link to get the latest version of Toggl Desktop for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Beta version of Toggl Desktop for Linux is now officially launched.

It features all the same things as the Mac app, including:

  • idle detection
  • keyboard shortcuts
  • offline support
  • familiar user interface

Download the 32-bit or 64-bit versions directly and also check our Knowledge base for further information. Have a go and let us know!

Now only Windows Desktop to go! Good news – it is well under way by now.

By On December 6, 2011

  1. Okay, I was right the first time! The “multiple tracking sessions” work only until Toggl “phones home” and discovers the change you have made, then the two instances “synchronize” — Unless I am missing somethihg here. If so, please tell me!

    — LP —

  2. Okay, I was having an ID-ten-Tee moment; just start another instance! Duh!

    Sorry for the confusion!

    Nice product!!

  3. Hi!

    I like the new format — except (!) the old DeskTop Tool would let me run (id est: keep time for) several instances at the same time. Since what I track tends to be “how long something took” more than “how long I spent,” this was *extremely* useful! I could start a timer on a database rebuild and another timer on a program update and run them at the same time. When it was all done, I knew how much “wall time” was spent on each activity (I think they call this “multi-tasking” 😉 This is important in what I do because I am, in part, trying to record how long specific tasks require. Even if other things can be done at the same time, I am looking for individual task-times (think Gantt Chart).

    Is there any way to perform the same function in your new DeskTop Application?

    — LP —

  4. I’m getting an error in Debian Squeeze:

    # sudo dpkg -i toggl-desktop_current_i386.deb
    (Reading database … 129033 files and directories currently installed.)
    Preparing to replace toggl-desktop (using toggl-desktop_current_i386.deb) …
    Unpacking replacement toggl-desktop …
    Setting up toggl-desktop ( …
    xdg-icon-resource: size argument must be numeric
    Try ‘xdg-icon-resource –help’ for more information.
    Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils …
    Processing triggers for gnome-menus …
    Processing triggers for menu …
    Processing triggers for man-db …