TogglSync 2.4.0

What is new in TogglSync 2.4.0

New Features 

(lightbulb) Starting the timer from Jira issue is even easier now with just one click on "Enter" key

(lightbulb) You can now customize the time period you wish to synchronize by choosing dates from calendar 

(lightbulb) When synchronizing worklogs, a sum of worked hours is displayed based on selected issues

(lightbulb) The issue with running timer is now displayed as a link in TogglSync - that means you can easily get to such an issue from any other Jira issue

(lightbulb) Jira permissions are validated before the synchronization (if a user has a permission to log work on given issue)

(lightbulb) New validations implemented for inserting API token process

Bug Fixes

(tick) Error messages Optimization 

(tick) When hitting "Process Toggl entries" twice by accident, the synchronization is triggered once only

(tick) When the Synchronization window is open and you are logged out from Jira session, it will no longer create discrepancies

How to configure TogglSync according to your preferences 

User Guide

 1. Sign up for Toggl

In case you have not used Toggl before, please follow these easy steps in order to sign up

  1. Sign up for free at Toggl website
  2. Either create a new Toggl account or use your Google account
  3. You are just few steps away from using TogglSync
 2. Connect your Toggl to Jira using TogglSync

  • Get your API token from Toggl app profile
  • Now you need to copy this token into the TogglSync configuration: you will find it at the bottom of your Jira User Profile page     


  • Scroll down your User Profile page till you see TogglSync Configuration part
  • Edit field Toggl API token and copy the API token 
  • Hit Submit and your Jira will be succesfully connected to Toggl account

 3. Work entry format in Toggl
  • When tracking time in Toggl, please make sure you include the Jira issue key into the work entry name.
  • The matching issue key can stand before the work entry name, behind it, in the middle or stand alone
  • Without a correct issue key, the worklog will not be synchronized into Jira issue. 

Here are some examples of correct work entry formats:

 4. Start / Stop timer from Jira Issue

You are now able to control Toggl time tracking directly from Jira issue simply either by using Start timer / Stop timer button

(lightbulb) New function in this version allows you to start Toggl timer by hitting "Enter" 

 5. Let's synchronize!

At the end of a day, of a week, whenever you feel like, you can synchronize your Toggl work entries into Jira. Our last step includes these easy actions:

  • Check your Toggl entry and make sure there are correct Jira issue keys included 
  • Then go to your profile and choose TogglSync:

Please note all the fields above are editible including the worklog name, Jira issue or the duration. You can use different names in Toggl and Jira according to your preferences.

  • You can check the entries when viewing a Work log tab in the Jira issue