Document / File Storage going live this Saturday

Michael Payne | March 21st, 2007 | , ,

This Saturday we will be launching the next set of enhancements to Intervals including Document / File Storage.

Intervals Document Storage

  • Tags for easy classification of files
  • Add any type of file (no restrictions – contracts, design comps, logos, code, etc.)
  • Add files to tasks and projects
  • Versioning control of documents for easy retrieval of a previous version
  • Access your files from anywhere with Internet access

Here is how much storage each plan will have:

Top Shelf – 5 Gb
Premium – 1 Gb
Not so Basic – 500 Mb
Basic – 250 Mb

We are excited to get this vital piece of functionality launched!


2 Responses to “Document / File Storage going live this Saturday”

  1. Jen says:

    I’m really excited to have this feature launched! No more third party uploads. Thanks again for letting us be part of the process and shaping Document support.


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