Intervals Server Maintenance – Saturday, April 12th (8:00 AM Pacific)

| April 10th, 2008 | , , ,

This Saturday we will be launching a few improvements and performing server maintenance. We always do everything we can to prevent any downtime, but unfortunately we are anticipating approximately 5 – 10 minutes of downtime sometime between 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (Pacific) this Saturday, April 12th.

We will send an “all clear” email to all Intervals account owners after the maintenance is complete. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

[UPDATE]

The improvements and server maintenance are complete. One of our emphasis areas is cutting down on the number of clicks needed to manage tasks. We have a series of improvements we are working on and today the first few items went live. Here are a few of the new things you will notice:

1. Right click on task listing page to perform common action items
Task Management Right Click Action Items

2. Add a comment to a task without clicking on “update”
3. The task summary field is now optional
4. The add time dialogue has been sped up

We are actively working on more task related improvements and will be launching them as soon as they are ready to go.

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