It has been a while since our last blog post in June (!). So what have we been up to since then? First of all, we have been making a lot of changes ‘behind the scenes’. We have upgraded our server architecture, so we hope Thymer feels even snappier. We have also added a lot of small improvements and fixes, such as:
– Time Tracking on the Mobile Version
– Improved print view
– Small improvements to the web version to work better with the iPad
– New tag selection screen when editing a task
– Pagination for the activity feed
– Improvements to email notifications
Today we’re also releasing another feature we’ve been working on:
It’s now possible to share files in your team by attaching files to comments on tasks. See the following screenshots for an overview:
Add attachments to comments in the discussion on tasks.
Attachments also show up in the recent activity feed.
Just like creating new tasks and comments by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, you can now also send file attachments directly to Thymer! Links to attachments will also show up in email notifications you receive from Thymer.
All existing accounts will receive some storage space for free:
- Free accounts: 100MB
- Professional: 512MB
- Small Team: between 1 and 5 gigabyte
- Business Team: between 5 and 15 gigabyte
You can find your storage quota and how much space you’ve used on the settings page.
Last, but not least…
Finally, we’re also working on a new product! We’re very excited about it and we’re going to make an announcement soon!
2 Replies to “Status & New Feature: File Attachments!”
Thanks for a cool software. I’m just testing right now. Do you have any public roadmap for your solution? I’m asking because I like it and I would possible like to introduce to a group of pepole i’m working with, but then need to know a bit more about the future.
Glad to hear you like it! There’s no public road map. One reason is that we prioritize the development of Thymer mostly on the feedback we get from our customers, which is hard to predict. Another reason is that some of our customers would erroneously interpret a public road map as a promise or guarantee about future development. No good would come from that.
If you have ideas or feature requests we’d love to hear them! Just shoot us an email at email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
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