Dark Mode Updated and Improved

Michael Payne | August 17th, 2022 |

Screen shot of project listing in dark mode

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve made several updates and improvements to our recently launched dark mode feature.

System setting support

Most devices now have a setting that will automatically enable dark mode in the evenings, or according to a custom schedule. Intervals can now inherit the device’s setting and enable dark mode according to that same schedule. This is a great way to “set it and forget it” and avoid having to toggle dark mode on and off manually.

This setting can be updated by going to your personal profile page.

Icon and color improvements

As we continue to receive feedback from customers using various devices in different settings, we’ve been tuning icons and colors to make the dark mode display more readable and vibrant. Many of these changes are subtle, and may not be noticeable at all. And that is a good thing, as our goal with the dark mode feature is to create a seamless visual experience that is easy on the eyes and brain.

Visit our help site for more information on dark mode

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