Toggl Button extension for Chrome and Firefox
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Toggl Button extension for Chrome and Firefox

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Add Toggl one-click time tracking to popular web tools.

Compatible services

Installing from the Web Store/Addons page



Installing from Source

  • Clone the repository git clone
  • Install Node.js and NPM
  • Run npm install
  • Run npm start

Then depending on your browser, continue with the following steps.

On Chrome:

  1. Navigate to chrome://extensions/ and enable "Developer Mode".
  2. Choose "Load unpacked extension..."
  3. Select the dist/chrome/ directory

On Firefox:

  1. Navigate to about:debugging
  2. Choose Load Temporary Add-on
  3. Select the dist/firefox/manifest.json file

Note that in Firefox the add-on needs to be manually loaded again when the browser restarts.

If you want to inspect the distribution version, run npm run build. A zipped distribution can then be found in dist/.


List of all the changes and added features can be found at

Using the Button

  1. Log in to your Toggl account from the extension popup.
  2. Navigate to your service and start your Toggl timer there.

See this article for reference where the start timer link is located in all the tools: Where can I find the Button?

Or start entry from the extension icon menu.

  1. To edit the running time entry:
  • Edit entry details from the post start popup that is shown right after you click the "Start timer" button.
  • Edit entry details from the extension icon menu by clicking the running time entry name.
  1. To stop the current running timer:
  • Press the button again.
  • Stop the entry from the extension icon menu.
  • Start another time entry inside your account.

Custom domains

If you use a setup, where one of the supported services is on a custom domain you can define the custom domains in settings "Permissions" tab.


Want to contribute? Great! Just fork the project, make your changes and create a pull request.

When adding new integrations please use git squash and merge all your commits into one commit. This keeps the git log more compact and clear.

Don't know how to start? Just check out the user requested services that have not yet been implemented, pick one and start hacking.