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It increases speed of web development without compromising.
We even released a WordPress Twitter Bootstrap plugin to help with WordPress sites.
To find out more about the plugin, check our WordPress Plugin Page.
Improvements in the Agent Toast User Interface
In this latest release of Agent Toast Beta, we completely rewrote the foundation of the interface to take full advantage of the tools and styles available with Twitter Bootstrap.
The result is a smooth, clean, and professional interface that makes the tedious task of relating timeslips in your timer, such as Toggl, to your accounts and billing system (such as FreeAgent) that little more enjoyable.
Navigation now uses the Bootstrap menu and is far more intuitive helping you find what you need, fast.
See the screenshot below:
We have also improved a lot of text snippets to make it much clearer what certain buttons will do, and also added mouse-hover indicators on the import and undo-import page to give extra guidance where it might be required.
Improved text and interface addons reduce confusion
In previous versions there was a little bit of confusion when imports and undo-imports were being processed, so we put in a few dialogues to indicate when the system is working on something.
The image below illustrates an unobtrusive popover effect, courtesy of Twitter Bootstrap to indicate to you that the particulare Toggl timeslip may not be imported as-is unless combined with another.
This reduces confusion for failed timeslip imports for users.
In the coming days, I will report, in further detail on the actually improvements brought by the current release of Agent Toast, but if you want to jump and see what you’re missing, you can sign-up using the form below.
Currently we support Toggl to FreeAgent importing though we hope in the future to support many more services.
As always, we welcome your feedback on Agent Toast and appreciate everyone’s help so far