Intervals Summer Updates

| July 31st, 2014 | , , , , ,

Here at Intervals we are continuing to update and improve our web-based time, task and reporting software. Our latest round of updates includes multi-day notes, more locales, more performance optimizations, and more help articles.

Here is what we’ve been up to…

Multi-day Notes

Multi-day notes on calendar

Intervals has always supported the ability to add notes to the calendar. These notes — like Post-its — are useful reminders for smaller to dos that don’t need to be tracked with tasks.

Now you can create notes that span across multiple days. Someone going on vacation? Attending a conference? Make note of it on the calendar using multi-day notes.

Create or edit a note to make it multi-day

To use this feature, create or edit a note and check the box labeled “Spans multiple days.”

New Bulgaria and Thailand Locales

Bulgaria and Thailand Locales

With some help from our customers across the globe, our efforts to provide international date, time and currency formats have been expanded to Bulgaria and Thailand. Customers from these countries can now select their locale under Settings & Defaults.

Performance Optimizations

Performance Optimizations

As Intervals continues to grow, so does our customer’s data. In fact, we have some customers with seven years of data. Over time, growing datasets can present new challenges.  Our development team has been busy optimizing every layer of the Intervals software stack to help deliver data to our customers as fast as possible.

More Help Articles

Intervals HelpWe have been writing more help articles and posting them to help.myintervals.com, our new documentation site. New articles cover various scenarios when dealing with features like email integration, expense reporting, and timers. Read more at our help site.

Photo credit: JD Hancock

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