In the past few weeks we’ve ironed out all the major issues in Thymer, and we’ve made a bunch of improvements based on the feedback we’ve received from the first private beta users.
Having ran all out of excuses we’re sending out invites to Thymer to all those who signed up on the splash page. Check your inbox — an invite might be waiting there for you already! We also noticed that a lot of people wanted to show Thymer to friends and colleagues, so this beta round we’re adding 3 extra Beta Keys to every invitation email, so you can give them away to others who want to give Thymer a try.
Haven’t signed up for the Beta yet? No problem — if you sign up today (but only today) we’ll send you an invite right away!
So what’s next?
We have a lot of ideas on how Thymer can still be improved, so new features are always on the way. We make new features available as soon as they’re finished, so you can expect several new features every week. If you subscribe to the blog you can follow the evolution of Thymer first hand — you’ll be the first to read about the changes and additions we make and why we designed them that way.
We’re also working on a subscription model for Thymer. We’ll be blogging about pricing for small teams and business accounts soon. Don’t worry, there will always be a free version too!
Enjoy your Beta account, and if you have any questions or comments, you know where to find us.
The last two weeks we have been busy improving and adding some additional features to Thymer, based on the initial feedback (thanks everyone!). Here’s an overview of the changes you’ll notice most:
Date formats (German, Swedish)
Some German and Swedish users pointed out they would like to see support for date formats used in these countries. As we want Thymer to work for people in many different countries, we started out by added some additional date formats. More to come.
It’s now possible to leave comments and discuss tasks without having to leave the page. An option to view the discussion on a separate page is also still there. As we also happen to often close a task after leaving a comment (like “I don’t think it needs to be improved any further”), we added an extra completed button which will post the comment and mark the task as done.Â Comments can also be edited now.
Double Click to Edit
Some of our users told us it would be useful to be able to edit a task by simply double clicking it. We added this feature too.
Fixes and other improvements
- We changed the way task lists are rendered now, so it should feel faster and snappier.
- Just after the first users signed up, Internet Explorer 8 was released, and apparently there were still some issues for IE8 users; those have been fixed as well.
- Times are now shown in a more readable format (like 15 minutes ago).
- When many active projects are created, they will all be visible, spanning multiple lines.
- Project names can now be edited, using the ‘Edit’ button shown at the bottom of a project’s task list.
For all those who signed up for a beta invite, watch your mailbox the next few days.
Have a nice weekend!