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Create Toggl start time entries when new Microsoft Outlook calendar events begin

  1. When this happensStep 1: Calendar Event Start

  2. Then do thisStep 2: Start Time Entry

When you're working away from the computer, you're not tracking your time. That means you can forget to add that time when you're back online. It can also cause tracking errors – you make estimates instead of being precise. This integration solves this problem – it will start a Toggl timer whenever an event starts on Microsoft Outlook. Pair it with another integration to stop the timer when the event ends, and you won't have to worry about time-tracking again.

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