Thumbnail Previews for Image Uploads

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

Intervals Project Management Software Update: Thumbnail Previews for Image Uploads

Graphic designers and especially web designers and developers sling around a lot of images during the creative process. And project managers will often find themselves juggling a lot of image files and distributing them to the relevant projects and tasks. Giving uploaded images distinguishable filenames and titles can become a cumbersome mental exercise. All uploaded GIF, JPEG, and PNG images now appear as thumbnails when viewing documents at the task and project level, as well as under the main Documents tab.

Image thumbnails take the guesswork out of choosing which image to download without having to waste time previewing it first. This feature is a time saver for both project managers and designers. Simply log into Intervals and click the Documents tab (or click around inside your assigned projects and tasks) to view thumbnails for your upload images.

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