When comparing Time Doctor vs Toggl, the Slant community recommends Toggl for most people. In the question“What are the best time tracking apps for freelancers?” Toggl is ranked 1st while Time Doctor is ranked 21st. The most important reason people chose Toggl is:
Source code is available on [GitHub](https://github.com/toggl/toggldesktop).
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Pro Has email notifications
Users can set up email notifications through the app in order to get activity reports send at certain intervals.
Pro All data encrypted
Everything that is sent to Time Doctor's servers is encrypted, so no worries about security.
Pro Time Doctor tracks work hours and productivity
Excellent at productivity and time monitoring. The desktop client is discreet, the web-based reports are very accurate.
Pro Open source, native Linux desktop client is being worked on
Source code is available on GitHub.
Pro Integration with existing services
Integrates with services such as TeamWeek, Pivotal Tracker, Github, Asana, Unfuddle, Gitlab, Trello, Worksection, Redbooth, Podio, Basecamp, JIRA, Producteev, Bitbucket, Stifer, Google Docs, Redmine, YouTrack, CapsuleCRM, Xero, Zendesk, Any.do, Todoist, Trac, Wunderlist, Toodledo, Teamwork.com, Google Mail, Taiga, HabitRPG, Axosoft, Countersoft Gemini, Drupal.org, Esa, Help Scout, Flow, Sprintly, Google Calendar & TestRail.
At $10 a month there are cheaper solutions out there for employee monitoring and time tracking.
Con Stable version requires Chrome
The stable version of Toggl on Linux installs as a Chrome app thus Chrome has to be installed on the machine and run (it can be run as a process in the background). A native client is in the works, but it's still in beta.