Client Overview on Hover

John Reeve | October 28th, 2009 | , , , ,

Intervals Project Management Software Update: Client Overview on Hover

After receiving nothing but positive feedback on our hover views for projects and tasks, we have added the same views to clients. When hovering your mouse over a client’s name — anywhere it is displayed in Intervals — a simplified overview containing important information will appear. This simple overview also provides links for quickly accessing client projects, web sites, and emails.

It’s a nice touch that gives you more information when you want it and can be ignored when you don’t. This type of functionality has been intentional from the beginning of Intervals. Project management should be a simple process when you need it to be, while providing the project manager and resources with more detailed information when desirable.

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