<aside> ⚠️ **Hi! We are currently closed to pitches.

Unfortunately, we are not reviewing pitches at the moment, and will not be able to respond to new pitches made through our form.

We'll be updating this notice once we're open to submissions once more, so please do keep an eye on this space! Thanks so much for your interest.**🤗

—The small but scrappy editorial team behind the Toggl Track Blog


What is Toggl?

Toggl the Blog

The Toggl blog covers topics where work and life intersect. Our content aims to get people thinking about work in new and inventive ways. Our core belief is that good work comes from happy people, and this informs the way we think about work-related content. We're enthusiastic about what we do, and we want others to feel just as excited about their work. Tonally, we aim to be clear, concise, entertaining and informative. We like opinions backed up by research, and we're not opposed to a bit of irreverent humor now and then.

While we do occasionally consider content pegged to seasons and current events, we generally prefer content that will stand the test of time.

Toggl Track the Software

Toggl Track (the time tracker) is an easy-to-use and flexible time tracking tool. The idea is that users can see where their work time goes—so they can focus on the projects that really matter.

Toggl the Company

Toggl is fully remote company with employees from all continents (except Antarctica). We don't subscribe to the nine-to-five mentality and believe remote work and flexible work time are the future.

What Are We Looking For?

We are soliciting pitches for reported pieces, explainers, feature stories, interviews and personal essays on work culture, workplace trends and technology, productivity hacks and time management.

We are especially interested in unexpected angles and occasionally counterintuitive approaches. For example, want to write about remote work? Why not address it from an environmental perspective? Or an interior design perspective? As you'll see when you search the blog (as you absolutely should do before you pitch), we've covered these topics extensively.

Your fresh take might come from your industry: We hear a lot about how project managers think about productivity, but what does productivity mean for a teacher or a lawyer? Or it might come from your region: Our content is published in English, but our audience is global, not just Western. Please keep this in mind both when pitching and providing drafts. Not everyone has had the same pandemic experience, for example. This does not mean you cannot write from a U.S. perspective—just that you should make it clear.

We at Toggl may be cheerleaders for the flexible and remote future of work, but on our blog we welcome critical as well as enthusiastic takes.

A non-exhaustive list of topics you could cover:

We do not accept: