You can now use your Apple ID account to authenticate with Toggl. Apple sign-in requires two-factor authentication in order to work. For more details on how Apple sign-in works, open the following Apple support article.
Enabling Apple sign-in for an existing account
- Open the Profile page.
- Scroll down to the "Additional sign-in options" section and enable Apple sign-in.
Note: After you turn on Apple sign in, the "Enable" button will switch to "Disable". You can use that button to later turn off Apple sign-in. If you used the "Hide My Email" option while setting up Apple sign in, we suggest changing the email address at the top of the Profile page.
Registering with Apple sign in
- Log in to your Apple ID account and proceed with 2-factor authentication.
- Choose whether to share your email address with Toggl or not (screenshotted below). Choosing the Hide My Email option will generate an email address with the
@privaterelay.appleid.comdomain. Any email Toggl sends to the auto-generated address will be automatically forwarded to your Apple ID email address.
Logging in with Apple sign in
While on the Login page, choose the Login with Apple option.
Important note: In certain conditions, Apple sign-in will work without the need to first enable it. If you attempt to log in to an existing Toggl account with Apple sign in, the system will let you in if your Toggl email address matches the Apple ID address.
If Apple sign-in is enabled and not working correctly...
- Reset the password using the password reset page. For more details on password resetting open this article.
- Once you log in, open the Profile page, scroll to the Apple sign in section and switch the setting off and on again.
Note: Our macOS desktop app only supports Apple sign-in for macOS 10.15+. It is not available for older macOS.
Struggling with Apple sign-in? Contact the support team via chat or email and we'll be happy to help out!