Our latest updates include the drag & drop document uploads, Google drive integration, Slack integration, uptime status page, and continual speed improvements. Read on to find out more…
Drag & Drop Document Uploads
The ability to upload supporting documentation to projects, milestones, and tasks has always been a core Intervals feature. We’ve streamlined the upload process by enabling drag & drop document uploads. Now you can drag multiple documents at once to upload them. To try it out, start by clicking on the documents tab of any project, milestone, or task, then click on the upload button to enable the drag & drop dialogue.
Google Drive Integration
Google drive makes it easy for teams to share documents in the cloud. We’ve added the ability to attach your Google documents to your projects, milestones, and tasks. To access this feature, proceed as you would if uploading a document. Select the Google drive option (Google will ask you to authorize Intervals the first time). Then sift through your files and attach as many as you’d like.
After we added HipChat integration we received a lot of requests to do the same with Slack. Being huge fans of Slack ourselves, it seemed like a no brainer. To get started using this feature, log in to your account and go to Tasks -> Request Queue, and click on the “Manage Slack Settings” link in the left column.
Uptime Status Page
We make every effort to keep Intervals online every minute of the day. View the last six months of our uptime statistics at our new status page. The page is refreshed every 30 minutes using a data feed from our monitoring platform.
Click to visit our uptime status page.
In our continual efforts to keep Intervals fast and responsive, we’ve made some speed improvements to task listings, milestone listings, document listings, and data imports.
We have a lot of new features in development to be released throughout 2016. We will be integrating with more third party tools, a visually improved task calendar, and more visualization tools for project management. Meanwhile, let us know what you think.
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