Pour qui ?
Toggl est une mise à niveau des anciennes feuilles de temps d'entreprise. Il permet de suivre les heures de travail de manière flexible, sans formation supplémentaire, et offre un aperçu de la productivité et de la rentabilité.
Notes moyennes949 avis
- Note globale 4.6 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4.6 / 5
- Service client 4.4 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4.4 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.5 / 5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de 9,00 $US/mois
- Version gratuite Oui
- Essai gratuit Oui
Cloud, SaaS, web
Mobile (iOS natif)
Mobile (Android natif)
Support en horaire de bureau
Informations sur l'éditeur
- Fondé en 2007
En savoir plus sur Toggl
Logiciel de suivi du temps basé sur le cloud leader pour les petites et les grandes équipes. Suivi très simple et flexible des heures de travail avec prise en charge de plusieurs appareils. Cette solution génère de superbes rapports et graphiques d'utilisation du temps avec une option permettant d'exporter les journaux de temps sous forme de feuilles de calcul Excel, d'obtenir des rapports hebdomadaires par e-mail ou de partager des liens de rapports publics avec les clients pour plus de transparence.
Toggl propose une version web, des programmes de bureau pour Windows/Mac/Linux et des applications natives iOS et Android. Il s'intègre aux outils de facturation et de gestion de projets.
Toggl - Fonctionnalités
- Base de données des employés
- Calcul des heures supplémentaires
- Gestion des feuilles de temps
- Heures facturables et non facturables
- Saisie automatique du temps
- Suivi des vacances/congés
- Suivi du temps hors ligne
- Suivi du temps mobile
- Taux de facturation multiples
- Accès mobile
- Carte perforée
- Carte perforée en ligne
- Gestion de la paie
- Gestion des feuilles de temps
- Rapports et analyses
- Reconnaissance biométrique
- Suivi des congés maladie
- Suivi des postes de travail
- Suivi des salariés
- Suivi des vacances/congés
- Analyse de la productivité
- Contrôle à distance
- Enregistrement des activités de l'écran
- Enregistrement des frappes
- Historique de navigation
- Suivi des activités
- Suivi des e-mails
- Suivi du temps
Avis les plus utiles sur Toggl
Publié le 04/12/2019
A solid offering in the time-tracking space.
Commentaires: Overall, it does what I need to. I have tried many MANY time tracking softwares over the years, including the time tracker included with FreshBooks - which you would think I'd use as it integrates directly with my billing - but I kept coming back to and using Toggl, despite the few hiccups I encounter.
Avantages: The key for me here is its ability to integrate with my project management software: Asana. Beyond that, I think they have a good cross-platform presence with their easy-to-use mobile app and, desktop (Windows) app and web app; I use all 3 regularly but the desktop client the most. Oh yeah, and the Chrome extension.
Inconvénients: Its cross-platform nature also proves to be a challenge (at lest for me). There are 4 places I set it up (see Pros) and sometimes they conflict / send duplicate messages / aren't in sync or don't sync very quickly. If you're on one computer, this isn't an issue but when moving between devices this isn't as seamless as I'd like. Part of this might be attributed to my own connectivity challenges at times and the configuration of each client on every system. The thing is, I don't need notifications from the web app and desktop client and the desktop client on my laptop next to me. But the Chrome extension is required to sync with Asana and I prefer to use the desktop client when, well, I'm at my desktop. So... short of going in and honing which notifications show where, it remains an issue. I have done this, yet I tend to format my system a few times a year and having no way to "remember" these settings becomes a pain. I also spend more time than I'd like correcting tags, and making sure tasks are categorized properly. There's an odd bug in the Asana integration that forces me to use a mouse to add tags rather than keeping my hands on my keyboard. A small nitpick but it does mess with my flow.
Publié le 14/10/2019
Toggl is the best time tracking software
Commentaires: We've been using Toggl in our business for over a year. It's key to track the time it takes to do certain tasks. We didn't know that when we started and we weren't tracking anything. When we found that out, we started tracking our times manually (writing the time of start and the time we ended in Evernote) This activity itself took too much time. But when we discovered Toggl it was productivity-changing! It's essential for our daily activities now. We considered many options like RescueTime and others I don't remember but found Toggl to be the most straightforward/easy to use
Avantages: How EASY it is to use the features. I love that it remembers past entries so you don't need to retype any frequent activities. Also, the reports are really detailed. And I really appreciate it when I get an email from Toggl because I forgot to stop the timer; really useful!
Inconvénients: The fact that it has not a mobile version of their site. The Toggl app was a total mess since the day I installed even though they tried to fix the issues updating the app several times (and even making a NEW app) but with no results. So when using my phone, I rely on their website to access my Toggl timer and reports but it looks terrible on phones. Also, their reports are not directly accessed via the Toggl desktop program but it opens the website (so when I have no internet access I cannot see it; it would be cool if I could).
Publié le 02/05/2019
Awesome time tracking app!
Commentaires: I am using Toggl since 2017. And everyone at SprintCube is using Toggl for tracking their time. This helps me to focus on important things instead of micromanaging. We use it for all our activities like meetings, development, calls, and what not. Also, this data helps us to negotiate with clients!! We can also have different reports which help us to identify the areas where and how much our time is invested. Overall, this app is awesome and helps us to be more productive!
Toggl is a full-featured time tracking application.
- It is very simple to use.
- It provides features like idle time detection, tracking reminder.
- The app is available for all the platforms like desktop, mobile, and web. You can even integrate into the Chrome browser to easily track time on any third-party application like BitBucket, GitLab, Jira, etc.
- Powerful reports with export option. You can filter the time entries by project, client or user.
- An option to create different workspaces which help to be more organized.
- You can create a client, their projects and also assign a team to track everyone's time.
- An option to assign tags to time entries. This helps to filter reports.
- Everything is synced in the cloud, so we can use it from anywhere. Also, we don't have to worry about data backup.
- The paid version has more advanced features, but I haven't used them yet as the free version provides most of the features that I need!
In the free version, it provides all the basic features. But still, I miss the following things.
- In reports, the time entries are not grouped by date.
- The number of users in a team is just 5. It would be great to have at least 10 users for small agencies which can't afford the paid version.
Publié le 10/08/2018
We haven't considered changing tools since the beginning!
Commentaires: We have employees that use the Toggl Chrome extension and others using the desktop version. We also have it on our mobile devices. We run reports for payroll and we run reports to see how much time we spend doing a, b or c, and therefore, we are able to see what profit or loss we accumulated on a specific project, based on our original quote. It's not too complex nor too simple to meet our needs.
Avantages: Toggl allows an employer to see all employees' details in one "team" location. The reports are wonderful. Toggl is easy to use. It connects well with other tools like Asana. Very few (if any) glitches/bugs on the important things. Aesthetically clean and easy to navigate. Updates quickly. I receive a weekly report of hours worked, classified by time spent per project. Great tagging system. Allows you to list your clients and projects so that everything stays organized. You can also add a description for any entry. Can easily pick up where you left off without having to re-enter the details of what you're working on. Great searching feature that allows you to see all work done in a time period, by group of employees, with certain key word or with one or multiple tags.
Inconvénients: It would be nice if you could customize the reports more. For example, I would like to print a PDF of a report showing all time entries but not showing who was the user for each entry. There have also been some features that I've struggled to figure out how to navigate or turn off and on. For example, Toggl started creating a new entry every time I paused and resumed instead of resuming the same entry. Once resolved, it has worked great, but it took me a while to figure out what setting was causing the issue.
Publié le 04/04/2018
Super simple clean time tracking software, though recent changes make it less useful
Commentaires: It's the best cloud based time tracking option out there, period.
Avantages: I love that Toggl is quick to set up new projects and get to work. It shouldn't be a big deal to start tracking your time, because it's such a minimalistic task, but a lot of time trackers make it a big thing to start a project. I also like that it's cloud based, so no matter which office I'm working from, it's not a big deal. I like that it takes time entries in various formats (like I can type in 1h, or 60:00, or 1:00 and it understands them all), and I like that it's painless to switch projects (which I do every time a co-worker comes to ask me a question).
Inconvénients: I don't like the recent changes that don't let you see your history without generating a report. I also wish it integrated with Google Calendar/Outlook and would automatically import meetings/scheduled events and tag them with the correct project (or ask me if they ought to be tagged). I also don't like that it runs until you turn it off, without reminders or updates - like it'll run 8 hours and send me a reminder, but if I ignore that single note, it stops. I would like it to send multiple updates, or have the ability to cut off, and to send me a notification/alert to start it again the next morning, because sometimes I'll forget and come back two days later to find 48 hours tracked to a single project.