Advanced editor with spell check added to emails

| August 30th, 2007 | , ,

Today we launched a set of minor improvements and enhancements (more contextual cross linkage, a character encoding bug, etc.). Also, the advanced editor is available now when using the “send email message” functionality. The Advanced editor allows you to do bulleted lists, bold, italics, etc. It also features spell check which will save me one extra step. Whenever I email a update to one of our clients from within Intervals I copy and paste the email into a program with spell checking, then past it back. Adding the advanced editor removes this step.

Here is what the editor looks like on a task:
Advanced Editor

Here is the spell check:
Spell Check

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