Apply General Timer to a Task and Profile Photos

| August 15th, 2007 | , ,

Today we are launching a few minor updates to Intervals (14 total). Two of them are directly in response to feedback from Intervals users:

1. Apply the General Timer to a Task

  • Tracking time on tasks is the ideal way of tracking time…especially for reporting. This improvement makes it a little bit easier.
  • When the general timer is applied all Open tasks for the project that is selected will show up in a drop down menu.

Apply Time

2. Profile Photos

  • Each user can upload a photo in their My Account section
  • Administrators can upload photos in the People section
  • Photos are sprinkled through in a variety of places including task comments and the running timers page
  • Be serious and professional OR have fun with it

My Account
Profile Photos

Task Comments
Photos on Comments

Invoicing is the next significant feature that will be launching.  We are shooting to launch it in a few weeks…

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