Ever wanted to know what it would feel like to push start on your Toggl timer? Ever wanted to smash “stop” at the end of a very annoying project? Well, with these devices you can.
We’ve created phone apps to make using Toggl easier on the go, as well as the ever-so popular Toggl Button Chrome extension – but these tools are actual things that you can touch and feel.
ZEIº is a customisable device with 8 sides that allows you to switch between your Toggl projects with a simple flip. The device acts as a physical Toggl Button. You can write or draw on it to differentiate between different projects you’re working on (or should be working on. It’s also a cool way of reminding yourself where your focus should be at.
If you like high quality gadgets then this one will look fabulous sitting next to your coffee mug. ZEIº is currently available for a discounted price on Kickstarter.
bt.tn is a simple button interface that allows you to trigger different actions when you push it. It’s like a buzzer for time tracking. There is no official Toggl integration but the open API gives you the freedom to integrate it and adapt it perfectly to your Toggl workflow.
If you’re a maker and like to hack your own stuff, this might be your solution and it is currently available here.
Z-btn is a well designed time tracking display interface that allows you to control your time tracking with simple gestures – and it connects to Toggl as well! Unfortunately it’s not available on the market quite yet, but it’s definitely one to keep an eye on.
Aside from these three, we’ve got a lot of enthusiastic fans who build crazy stuff around Toggl (like these guys and their awesome master switch style thing). If you’re on of those people and have built something cool using Toggl’s API, do let us know!