New Milestones Feature Launching Soon

John Reeve | December 18th, 2008 | , ,

A new way to manage projects and tasks

Within the next few days we’ll be launching the much-anticipated milestones feature and redesigned home/dashboard page for Intervals, our web-based project management tool. This new feature will enable you to group tasks into deliverables, making project management a whole lot easier when dealing with so many tasks.

The anatomy of a milestone

Project management with Milestones - new Intervals feature launching soon

(1) Milestones conveniently located under their own tab (2)Use the Options tab to change system settings (3) View milestone vitals, such as due date and number of open tasks (4) Manage a subset of tasks for each milestone (5) Keep a history of updates and comments

The new home/dashboard page

Project Management with Milestones - new Intervals feature to launch soon

(1) Toggle between a weekly and monthly calendar view (2) Add items using the right-click button on your mouse (3) View a quick summary of the project, milestone or task simply by mousing over it (4) Create and save customer views (5) Get a glimpse of upcoming deliverables with the milestones calendar (6) View outstanding milestone tasks to see what you should be working on next (7) Friendly nags for addressing overdue milestones and tasks

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9 Responses to “New Milestones Feature Launching Soon”

  1. eric roberts says:

    i think this was in effect a month or so ago was not impressed by the missing hours per day of tasks on the home page

    eric

  2. John Reeve says:

    Eric, milestones have evolved quite a bit in the last month. It’s definitely worth another look. As for the hours per day, perhaps I’m misunderstanding your point? As the screenshots illustrate, the estimated and actual time per project and per task is displayed on each day. And the time tracked for the week is displayed on the weekly graph.

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