Toggl Desktop for Linux is a native application that can be installed on your computer. It’s a Toggl time tracking client with many helper functions.
It works seamlessly with the web version of Toggl, syncing data on the fly.
Toggl Desktop works also offline, it stores data locally and sends it to the Toggl server once you’re back online.
- Simple time tracking – one-click timer and manual entry mode with autocomplete to start your time entries quickly.
- Offline mode – all data is saved and synced when you come back online.
- Dark mode.
- Idle detection – Toggl Desktop knows when you leave your computer. When you get back, we’ll let you choose what to do with the time away.
- Reminders – set reminders for specific times or days to start tracking.
- Pomodoro Timer.
- Timeline – records each website or program that you have viewed for more than 10 seconds and shows the data in a vertical side-by-side overview with your current time entries.
- Cross-platform support – runs under Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.
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