Creating a new Toggl Track account automatically upgrades your first workspace to our Premium plan for 30-days. You can try out all of our paid features during this time without committing to any plan or entering payment details.

Once the trial ends, workspaces committed to a paid plan will be moved to that subscription, while workspaces that did not commit to paid plans will be reverted to our Free plan. Workspaces with more than 5 users on the Free plan will be frozen until all but 5 users are deactivated or the workspace is upgraded.

Choosing a Paid Plan

To commit to a paid plan, click on the "banner" showing at the top of the webapp, or go to the Subscriptions page.

Trial Banner

On the All Plans page, you can then choose which plan you'd like to continue with once your free trial ends.

All Plans page

Learn more about managing your subscription here.

Read more about how Track Pricing works here.

Continuing with a Free Plan

To continue to use Track for free, please make sure your workspace has 5 or fewer active users when the trial ends. If your workspace has more than 5 users and has not committed a paid plan, the workspace will be frozen until you deactivate all but 5 users or upgrade it to a paid plan.

1. What happens to data created using paid features on trial when the workspace reverts to Free?

When your workspace is reverted to the Free plan, any data you created related to a paid feature (tasks, billable rates, labor costs, etc.) will remain hidden until the workspace is upgraded to a paid plan.

2. Where can I check how long I have left in my trial?

The banner shown at the top of every page will show you the days remaining in your free trial. You can also check this information on the Subscription page.

Check Trial Status on Subscription page

To get adequately started and get the most out of your trial, we highly recommend watching this short video.

Need more help starting your trial or have other questions? Our Support team is here to help! Contact us via chat or email with your questions!

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