The Timeline feature allows you to record your computer activity. With this data, you can later fill in the gaps in your timesheets. The feature will record every website and program that you view for longer than 10 seconds.
Enabling the feature
This feature is enabled via our desktop apps.
- Windows: Cogwheel button >> Preferences >> General tab >> Record timeline.
- macOS: On the main Timer screen, click on "Timeline", then choose to allow recording by toggling the switch to the right of "Record Activity".
- Linux: Preferences (menu bar) >> Record timeline.
How does it work?
- Timeline gets recorded on automatically when the Toggl Track desktop app is running on your computer and you have enabled the recording.
- Records each website and program that you view for more than 10 seconds.
- Shows your day in 15-minute increments on the webapp, in the top section of the Timer page on the website (as shown below).
- The macOS desktop app has a timeline view where you can visualize Timeline events and create new time entries for them. More here. (This feature is currently not available in Windows, but we're working on it!)
- Timeline data is account-specific. Other workspace users (including admins) do not have access to it.
- Timeline will not be available on the first day after signing up in Toggl Track – it will be enabled on the second day.
- If your computer goes to sleep your timeline will stop recording.
- Timeline data for the last 9 days is shown in the desktop app. After 9 days, the local data is wiped.
- The webapp view only shows the last 14-days of timeline data.
- Timeline data is permanently stored on our servers. Users can request it's deletion by contacting support.
- Timeline activity can be downloaded in-app. The export only includes the last 14 days of data. If you need all your timeline data, please contact Support.
Need further help with Timeline? Feel free to contact our support team!