Feature Preview: Milestones

John Reeve | July 18th, 2008 | ,

Intervals customers will soon be able to group tasks into a milestone and assign it an owner and a deadline. The home page will be transformed into a calendar view — a scheduling dashboard — tying together tasks starting, tasks ending, milestones, and weekly time tracked. The calendar view will allow customers to quickly reorganize tasks and milestones by dragging and dropping them. The ultimate goal of this Schedule home page view is to give customers of all levels an insightful overview into what’s happening now in Intervals. Check out these screenshots (click to view actual size):

View current milestones and tasks

View current milestones and tasks for the month

Filter your milestones in list mode for quick access

View the details of a milestone

Edit the details of a milestone, and add tasks to it

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