In our last post, we introduced the new Timers, which brought a flat user interface, keyboard support and more. Unfortunately, they've had a bumpy start; we found a bug related to timezones, which we fixed the next day and pushed it for everybody to use.
While we were there, we also added some features that we initially planned for later; specifically, you can now:
- Save a Timer, or edit its time and/or the description without expanding the Timer itself.
- View and open the attached Task, Project, etc. when the Timer is collapsed and there isn't a description set.
- Detach any Task, Project, Contact, Case or Deal attached to at Timer.
Also, the Timer creation date, which was shown in a tooltip in the previous Timers but gone in the redesign, is now back and visible at the very end of the expanded Timer.
Some users were also worried that the Timer description didn't default anymore to the name of the task the Timer was started on, so we brought back that as well.
A new poll has just started
Which new feature would you like to see first in Apollo? The contenders in this poll are:
- Undelete support in projects
- New permission system
That's all for today. Remember that all of this couldn't be possible without your feedback, so keep it coming, we love it!
- Task descriptions containing long words (like URLs) are now wrapped to multiple lines.
- Added the resize handle to the Rich Text editor widget – it only works in Chrome and Safari right now, sorry.
- Mobile: added folder management to the project's Files section.
- Mobile: the file uploader in the project Files section wasn't working.
- Sometimes, uploading a file would get the upload button stuck.
- In some cases, a task assigned to multiple responsibles couldn't be completed.
- Changing the due date using the task's inline date dropdown would remove the start date.
- The image annotation dialog wouldn't always show a multipage PDF as such.