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This workflow lets you interact with your account on Toggl (so, you know, you have to already have an account at toggle.com). It provides a fairly basic level of access; you can view time entries for the past few days (the Toggl API default), start/continue and stop entries, add projects, and generate some basic in-Alfred reports. Note: For the most up to date usage notes, release info, etc., please hop over to the workflow's page on GitHub. Usage The main keyword is tgl -- that will get you the list of available commands. When you first use the workflow, there's just a login command. After you login more commands will become available. timers - List, create, and modify time entries. projects - List, create, and modify projects. tags - List the available tags. report - Get a summary report for today, yesterday, or the current week. The report is grouped by project; tab into them to see times for tasks. sync - Grab the most current data from toggl.com logout - Logout of toggl.com reset - Clear out all local config data and cache This workflow works well in conjunction with the TogglDesktop application. Download Source For current update status, please see the workflow's release page on GitHub. Update 2016-04-15 The GitHub page is the best place to see the status of this workflow, and is the place to file issues. Head over to the Releases page on GitHub to grab the latest release. Update 2015-01-02 A new release is out with improved support for projects and tags. Update 2014-11-22 Well, after using Toggl for a year or two, I feel like I have a better idea of what to do with it. This version adds some new features (project support, at last!) and some general improvements (faster, easier to understand commands). I've also come up with some better (to me) ways of writing UIs with Alfred, and I got tired of the lag introduced by Python, so this is a total rewrite. Let me know what you think. Update 2013-11-29 I just pushed a couple of updates. There is now a command to quickly stop the current timer, and the workflow maintains project IDs when continuing tasks.
I found myself often converting hours & minutes to a decimal format when creating invoices. This workflow simply does that calculation and copies it to the clipboard. Type in the keyword, then hours:minutes to get that amount of time in decimal (rounded to the nearest hundredth). For example, 6 hours and 38 minutes: dtime 6:38 Copies 6.63 to clipboard. http://static.etling.com/assets/decimal_time_workflow.zip