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Integrate Miro with Toggl

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About Miro

Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard tool that allows dispersed teams to collaborate efficiently on everything from brainstorming to planning and monitoring agile workflows.

About Toggl

Toggl is the best time tracker for teams and businesses. Whether you want to track your own time or you manage a team of employees, Toggl make it easy.

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Best ways to Integrate Miro + Toggl

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Connect Miro + Toggl in easier way

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    Triggers
  • New Client

    Triggers when a new client is created.

  • New Project

    Triggers when new projects are added.

  • New Tag

    Triggers when new tags are created.

  • New Task

    Triggers when new tasks are added (available only for pro workspaces).

  • New Time Entry

    Triggers when a new time entry is added.

  • New Workspace

    Triggers when a new workspace is created.

    Actions
  • Create Board

    Creates a new board.

  • Create Client

    Creates a new client.

  • Create Project

    Creates a new project.

  • Create Tag

    Creates a new tag.

  • Create Task

    Creates a new task (available only for pro workspaces).

  • Create Time Entry

    Creates a new time entry.

  • Start Time Entry

    Starts a new time entry.

  • Stop Time Entry

    Stops an existing time entry.

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How Miro & Toggl Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Miro as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Toggl as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Miro to Toggl.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Miro and Toggl

Miro

Miro is a free software media player for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Unix. It plays video, audio, and Internet streams. It also downloads torrents, and can play and record radio shows. It can display RSS feeds, has built-in BitTorrent support, and plays Internet TV. It supports most video formats, including HD. It is open source software licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL. version 2.

Miro can be used to:

Play local or network video and audio files in most popular formats (MPEG-2, AVI, Ogg/OGM, FLV, Quicktime, WebM, RealVideo, Matroska)

Watch Internet TV channels from all over the world. Thousands of channels are available, including hundreds in HD.

Watch videos on YouTube™ and other sites that use the Flash® player.

Listen to Internet radio stations. More than two million stations are available, with multiple streams for many of them.

Download videos from YouTube™ and many other sites using VLC's libwww-perl (LWP. download mechanism.

View image slideshows from Flickr™ and other sites that use the Flash® player.

Do all of the above without leaving your web browser window. The browser plugins work with all major browsers including Firefox®, Safari®, Chrome®, Opera®, and Internet Explorer®.

Play a wide variety of audio formats including MP3, WAV, FLAC, Ogg/OGM, Musepack®, and more. Miro can also play Internet radio through Icecast or SHOUTcast servers.

Record audio from an audio device directly into Miro. You can also record streaming audio from sites that support Icecast or SHOUTcast servers.

Import videos into iTunes® or the default video player on the desktop. You can also import photos into iPhoto® or Picasa™.

Automatically download subtitles for your videos in your language, or download subtitles in any language automatically by searching for them on OpenSubtitles.org.

Automatically suggest subtitles that match what's being said in your movie if you want to improve your foreign language skills.

Transcode your videos into a different format so they'll play on your devices. For example, you can convert a DivX movie to an iPod®-compatible format for viewing on an airplane or subway ride. You can also convert videos for viewing on AppleTV® or PSP® handhelds.

Back up your videos to anywhere on your computer or to any shareable server on your local network (SMB or FTP. You can set up backups to run automatically every day. If you have a lot of movies, you can back up just the new and changed files every time. You can also back up locally while you're watching a movie on your computer or TV, and resume playback when it's done. You can even schedule backups to run when your computer is idle at night!

Make a DVD backup of your movies in just one click with a supported DVD burner like Roxio Easy Media Creator® or Nero® Express. Your backup will include all of your local subtitles and metadata stored in Miro! Your backup looks exactly like it did after you imported it into Miro -- nothing is converted to another format before burning it to disk! You can also burn backup copies of imported videos onto blank DVDs so that you don't have to reimport them when you get home from the store.

Save your bookmarks and watchlist from your favorite sites into Miro so you can watch them later (or even subscribe to their RSS feeds. You can also save files from your watchlist so that you can open them later after downloading them (or download them again if they're already in your library. You can even print a list of your watched items as a reminder to yourself or others! And when you find a good podcast online, you can save it too! All of these things are displayed in a separate section right on the home screen so that you don't have to search for them when you want to watch something new. And if you're reading about something that interests you in one of your saved items (like a blog post or news story), simply click on it to read more! It's all integrated together! This section is called "Watch Later".

Use your Amazon S3 account as a personal file server that Miro will automatically back up to! With any luck, this will make your life much easier! Amazon S3 is much cheaper than DreamHost ($0.15 per GB. or Rackspace ($0.29 per GB), and it doesn't require you to have an expensive static IP address to get started like DreamHost does (Rackspace offers free dynamic IP addresses. You can also import files from Amazon S3 into Miro's Watch Later section so that they're always there when you want to watch them! With Miro 2.0 we added support for Google Docs™ and Dropbox™ as well!

Browse the web with pages rendered inside Miro so that you don't have to keep switching applications to check email, Facebook®, Twitter®, etc., while watching some video at the same time! The web browser embedded inside Miro is based on the Muon web engine (a port of the WebKit engine used in Safari® and Chrome®), which allows us to run web pages with full HTML 5 support inside of Miro itself! This feature is still experimental, but we intend to continue improving it over time! Our next major goal is to allow users to write plugins for Miro using HTML 5 so that we can integrate all kinds of websites right into Miro!

Brief History of Miro. In 2000 I was working as a developer at Clearstone Software Corporation and had just finished the first version of their software installer program, InstallShield® Publisher (ISP. It was generally considered to be the best software installer program on the market at that time, but it was only compatible with Microsoft Windows® 2000/XP/2003 and not with Linux or Mac OS X. So I decided I would try my hand at writing my own cross-platform software installer program using wxWidgets so that it could run on both Linux and Mac OS X as well as Windows. As I was learning C++ at the time I decided I would try my hand at writing a simple media player too since I thought it would be cop to do both at once. After a few weeks I had written both programs, but unfortunately the media player wasn't very good since I didn't really know anything about audio or video codecs at the time (I'm still not an expert!. . But luckily I knew someone who did — my brother Dave who worked as an engineer for Skype at the time —and he suggested that I add MPEG-4 support along with some other features like DSP effects and see what happens. So I did…and it turned out that I had accidentally invented something called an "Internet Television" player! A few months later in 2001 I quit my job at Clearstone Software Corporation and founded Mirosoft Corporation with my business partner Michael Tavinor who had recently graduated from MIT with a degree in mathematics and computer science who had been working as systems administrator at Clearstone Software Corporation while I was developing ISP there. At this point we decided we needed a new name for our software because we weren't going to be selling "ISP" anymore anyway now that I had quit my job there (after all we were trying to get venture capital funding for our new startup. We wanted something catchy and memorable because we were going to need strong brand recognition if we wanted venture capital funding, so we decided we would name our company after the original name of the media player I had written which was "Miro". Our original plan was that we would eventually sell our media player called "Miro" for $19.95 USD forever like Real Networks does with their RealPlayer program — but then Google released their own free media player called "Google Video Player" in April 2004 which caused us some legal concerns because people started confusing our Miro software with their Google Video Player which was causing confusion in the marketplace since they are both called "Miro". Our worry was that if we released Miro under the name "Miro" then people might confuse it with their Google Video Player which would cause problems for us later on because Google Video Player is proprietary closed-source software and ours is open source free software (Mirosoft is a member of the Free Software Foundation and are staunch supporters of free software. So as a result we decided we needed to change our company name to avoid trademark infringement lawsuits later on due to

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