Wanted: native German speakers!

While the Toggl Team is busy working on making Toggl more and more stable, one thing caught our eyes. Namely, while German is the second most widely used language in Toggl (after English), it is only about 65% translated:

Green and purple mean translated, red is untranslated and the number represents untranslated strings.

Many of our users probably don’t know yet that it’s possible to contribute in translating Toggl into your own language. It is very easy:

In the past we have used translation companies and even have tried translating ourselves but that has not worked very well. The best person for this job is a person who uses Toggl and is a native speaker.

So, anybody who wants to help out in making Toggl talk better in German (or in any other language), can do it. Your effort is very much appreciated!

Toggl Team

This is absolutely fantastic. Less than 24 hours later, we have a complete translation:

A great example of proper teamwork. Let’s have a big round of applause for our contributors:

  • Dominik Freyer
  • Frederik Fix
  • Gerold Kirchner
  • Joachim Sontag
  • Marcel Schmücker
  • Matthias C. Schroeder
  • Skimi
  • William Glover
  • Dieter Menne

The updated translation has already been launched so you can take a look at it right away!

By On April 21, 2010

  1. Hey there, I lended a hand and tried my best to fill all open translations.

    Hope it helps, keep up the great work guys 🙂

  2. Hi Toggl makers,

    I like your service very much and I am German native speaker.
    I would like to support and improve Toggl by translating a few bits and hope I find the time within the next weeks.

    Continue with your great work!