Weekly Intervals Improvements are live

| January 20th, 2007 | , ,

One of the many compelling things about software as a service is the ability to fix and upgrade the product at regular intervals. There aren’t millions of installations floating out there to upgrade. We update our code and servers and the improvements go marching on.

This week we fixed several small, yet important items. Sometimes the small things create the biggest amount of pain…we all know that!

Enhancements that went live include:

  1. Time Tracking Demo on the “timesheets” page
    Time Tracking Demo
  2. Task listing page template tuning – to make it snappier
  3. Additional pre-canned report options to help get the most out of your valuable information
  4. Misc. bug with “select all” not working in a few instances

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