We have some exciting new features to announce this month. Our latest round of updates introduces checklists, a new task snapshot report, and a new Kanban board. In addition, we’ve made several smaller improvements. Read on to find out more…
Task checklists make it possible to create one task containing several to-dos, making it easy to see at a glance what’s been done, and what’s still incomplete. This feature is located in the advanced editor when creating or updating a task. Once the checklist has been created, task owners and assignees can mark items complete by updating the task and clicking on the checkbox
Task Snapshot Report
Under the Reports tab you will find a new report we’ve named the Task Snapshot report. The purpose of this report is to crunch the numbers on your tasks and plot the data on a timeline based on task start date, due date, or closed date. Using this report is similar to the other Intervals reports. It can be segmented and filtered by client, project, milestone, and so on.
We have completed the beta release of our Kanban board, open to anyone with an Intervals account (Don’t have one? Create one here). It works by plugging in to your existing account and providing an entirely new interface for managing your tasks. Using Kanban in conjunction with Intervals is a great way to visualize your task workflow and is surprisingly straightforward.
PDF Page Numbers
Running detailed reports can often times result in a lot of data. To help keep it organized, we’ve added page numbers to PDF exports. This small, but useful, improvement helps keep reports tidy when delivering them to clients as a PDF.
Filter tasks by module when appending request
The request queue has always allowed you to append incoming requests to existing tasks. But, locating that one task can be a bit cumbersome. We’ve added the ability to filter the tasks by module, making it faster and easier to find the intended task.
That’s it for now. If you have any feedback — ideas, comments, criticisms — please get in touch with us. We welcome feedback of any kind. Help us make Intervals a better application.