Manage users from multiple workspaces under one organization with our new Organizations feature. Improve workspace access control by inviting team members to the Organization, creating User Groups, and then choosing which Workspaces they need access to.

Within the Toggl Track data hierarchy, Organizations will sit above Workspaces, allowing you to have multiple workspaces within one organization, and collectively manage their users, user groups, and more.

Please note: Premium workspaces using the Organizations feature may see an increase in subscription fee if they have invited users to their Organization, but not assigned them to a workspace yet. Workspaces not on the Premium plan can only have one workspace active.

Creating a new Organization

Use the workspace switcher to create a new organization. Once you create a new organization, you will be the Organization Owner, providing you with complete control over all the workspaces included in it.

Create New Organization

Managing an Organization

The Admin panel in the left menu bar lets you manage Organizations. Clicking on the Organization button opens the Organization Admin page, where you can view and manage workspaces, team members, user groups, and the Organization ownership.

There are four tabs under the Organizations page. They are:

  • Workspaces
  • Teams
  • Groups
  • Settings

1. Workspaces

On the Workspaces tab, you will see a list of all Workspaces under the currently active Organization.

Workspace List

Click on +New Workspace to create a new workspace and choose additional admins for this workspace.

Create New Workspace

Clicking on an existing workspace's name in the list opens the Workspace tab. Here you can manage the users and groups in the workspace, as well as manage settings.

  • Members

The Members tab shows all user groups and users in the chosen workspace, plus their Billable Rate (paid plans only), Labor Cost (paid plans only), and Access-level. A summary in the right-panel indicates the workspace Admins as well as total users and user groups in the workspace.

Workspace Members

You can also use the 3-dot control to delete Groups, or users from the Workspace.

Note: If a user is a part of your Organization, but no individual Workspaces in it, they will only show in the Organization > Team tab and can be deleted from the Organization from there.

To add Users, click the +Add Members button and choose the User Groups and Users you wish to add to this workspace. This list includes all Users and User Groups at the Organization-level Team page.

Add Workspace Members

  • Activity

Review Team Activity on the Activity tab. Read more about this here.

  • Settings

You can manage Workspace Settings from this tab. Read more about Workspace Settings here.

2. Team

The Team tab allows you to add all the Users and Groups you will need across your Workspaces, and then manage their access to each Workspace.

You can also see each user, their email address, and the workspaces and user groups they belong to on this page.

Note: This is also where you can permanently delete a user from your Organization, and any Workspaces they belong to in it.

View Organization Members

Click the Invite Members button to invite users to one or more Workspaces. While inviting someone, you can also choose whether they will be a regular user or Admin on the chosen workspaces.

Invite Users to Organization

The Filters bar allows you to:

  • View users based on their status; active, inactive or invited,
  • Filter based on their access-level; All or Admin,
  • Filter based on User Groups they belong to,
  • Filter based on Workspaces they belong to,
  • Search for users using their name or email.

You can also use the 3-dot control next to any active users to Edit, Deactivate or Delete them, as well as other actions depending on their status.

Note: Assigning a Team Member the Admin Status from this page makes them an Organization-level Admin user.

To read more about Managing Workspace Members, click here.

3. Groups

The Groups tab allows you to create and manage User Groups for the Organization, as well as Search through existing groups and filter the list based on the Workspaces they belong to.

To learn more about creating and managing User Groups, go here.

4. Settings

This Settings tab allows you to manage Organization-level settings, such as the Organization name and ownership. You can also see the Pricing Plan for the first-upgraded workspace under this Organization.

Organization Settings

Need further help managing your Organization? Reach out to our Support Team via the chat button in the bottom-right corner, or email us at

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